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... but tripped on the small fence, on the way to the trip and bruised his shin. Clumbsy as ****! The club was quite busy, as we hit the dance floor in good form. I had a sexy black woman with massive fakies grinding up against me. She was obviously a hooker, but we loved to lead them on, knowing that we didn't have to pay a cent for these lap dances. We found a guy with some cheap ecstasy pills and had one each. We were both off our faces, Rimba especially, jaw swinging ...
... five pages today'. It's weird how the world talks to you. Now that's good art. It turns out the night before we left Ilha Grande to get here we SHOULD have been sorting some things out and planning because we ended up on the 7hr bus to Sao Paulo not knowing where to go when it stopped, no accommodation booked, and the arrival time being 11pm. We love to joke about how we are going to die and the 'We're not gona make it' instead of 'where ...
10-18-2012 – Sao Paulo (Hotel Calamares); 90,913 Deep into the ant-hive
We had a fairly "short" ride into Sao Paulo. We stopped at one of the “corn castles” along the way and had a little taste of pastries and food made from corn. I didn't care for the the corn juice, but I guess I would just rather eat the corn;-) It was a little too sweet! As we got closer to Sao Paulo, we noticed the ...
... and headed to the bus terminal. The Campinas people needed to take a different bus so they said goodbye and headed to their house. We got into our bus and when the lights turned off, I immediately slept. I was so tired that I slept for the entire trip. When we arrived in Limeira, we were kinda stuck at the bus terminal waiting for a bus so we decided to get a cab. Being home never felt so good.
I had my flight leaving from Sao Paulo to London on the 15th of April. And I was in Unyuni in Bolivia which is the west side of Bolivia, and I had to get to Sao Paulo which is practically in the east of Brazil. I had a look at the map and this was going to be a trip of around 1600km. I wanted to arrive a day or two early so I just decided to make the trip in one go and take consecutive buses to try get there as soon as I could.
I got back to Uyuni from the ...
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