Hotel Jandaia

Address: Av. Duque de Caxias, 433, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01214-100, Brazil | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo

The various anecdotes of backpackery awards

A travel blog entry by marrre on Jan 06, 2015

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... drink) - Boj smoked porter (other nominees: any malbecs) The Gunpowder Backpack (for best fireworks) - New Year's in Rio The Celluloid Backpack (for best photo) - Old nan peeking out from behind a wall The Jade Backpack (for best cultural experience) - Favela tour The Velour Backpack (for softest experience) - The Pantanal was as much about hanging in the pool and hammocking as wildlife The Calico Backpack (for best surprise) - An underwater ...

Welcome to Brazil!!!

A travel blog entry by alexhuchet on Jun 12, 2014

– I arrived in São Paulo very early but I did not really what time it was as I had no mobile. It was around 6am local time. I catch the bus to the nearest metro stop and then the metro to Vila Madelena where the hostel was.

I love the feeling of arriving in a foreign country, catching public transport and just embracing the whole situation!

I arrived at the hostel early but did ...

What´s so scary about Sao Paulo anyway?

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed on Sep 26, 2013

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After Ilha Grande, the next place we really wanted to get to was Iguazu Falls on the Brazil/Argentina border, but that meant a ferry back to the mainland, a bus to Paraty for another night, a 6 hour bus to Sao Paulo, and then another 16hr bus on from there. Indiana Jones and the Muppets are lucky they can travel 'by map!'

... But still, it was nice to be back in Paraty to catch our breath and good to be able to ...

Arrive Sao Paulo, Brazil

A travel blog entry by mthadal on Jun 02, 2013

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... native Haitian food. I felt right at home and totally forgot how rainy it was outside.

There was even more excitment to come. Right before we got to our hotel Caesar on Paulista Avenue, we were entertained by the festivities of the largest LGBT parade in the world. We stayed on the sidewalk and danced to the music and took pictures.

Later, we took a walk through town to find a bar where we ...

Dia para Jesus/Day for Jesus (project)

A travel blog entry by hemills on Aug 22, 2012

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... is the English title)* comes from a book of a similar title. In this chapter, Juan Tamayo writes about a division of theological tasks between in the 'first' and 'third' worlds. He suggests that the first world concerned itself with the headier theological subjects such as religious experience and existence. The first world left the third world to deal with the present challenges of poverty and injustice which manifest in the concrete issues such as ...