Le Canard Guarulhos
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... it would cost three times the price for a bike maybe 2kgs lighter and being less reliable.
The frame on my bike is steel, hence the weight. But it is comfy and relatively easy to weld if bent. The frame has couplings to split in half, which has already made packing it a bit easier and only adds 200g or so.
The gears are Rohloff internal ones, a bit like the old Sturmey Archer things. They are again heavy, but are nearly indestructible and there are no ...
... deck at the top however can only accommodate about 6 people at once so it was a slow process getting up there.
But when we got up there we were blown away. It made sense why the traffic was crazy because the city was so spread out. The buildings seemed to never end and they were not organised like a ...
... we ended up on the 7hr bus to Sao Paulo not knowing where to go when it stopped, no accommodation booked, and arriving in the 'dangerous' city late at 11pm. We love to joke about how we are going to die and the 'We're not gona make it' instead of 'where not gona take it' song isn't quite as funny any more but is sung at these times of uncertainty. There was an angel on the bus and she saved our souls. She walked us onto a ...
... you can't eat any more...amazing!
Sao Paulo really comes alive at night, the neighbourhood Villa Madelena was a strip full of great bars and clubs. The days were spent wandering around the MASP (Mordern Art Sao Paulo), the Afro-Brazil Museum which was also incredibly interesting and checking out the parks. Overall Sao Paulo is a lot more cosmopolitan and we noticed a remarkable difference in service and efficiency compared to the north!
... on New Years Eve. It would be to be sent back to Lisa in Seattle and shipped to Australia instead.
To rid ourselves of the disappointment of dealing with the package and needing to wander, we decided to just head downtown. Without much in the way of research, we chose a landmark and hopped in a taxi. It turns out that we found our way to the main street of downtown Sao Paulo, which was blocked off for the New Years Eve celebrations. The massive size of the city ...