Royal Jardins Hotel
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... because I thought the languages would sound more similar because the words look similar.
2. I was also surprised when I often saw stingray guts floating in the ocean and sitting on the beach as leftovers from the fishermen’s catch of the day.
I loved it when...we swam in the pool and ocean.
Things you may not know about Brazil are:
1. Capoeira is the national sport.
2. Many business and schools ...
Today we walked down avenue Paulista which is one of the most important streets in Sao Paulo's downtown. This street houses several huge business buildings, colleges and museums. We were heading towards the offices of Iteology partners to interview Ian. This financial services company was founded in 2002 and has grown in a quite impressive and agile manner.
... more time. As we were on our own for dinner again, we decided to change it up a little bit and go to a Japanese restaurant for some sushi. Our guide recommended a really neat restaurant within walking distance from the hotel called JAM. We ordered a variety of sushi platters and some of my classmates tried sushi for the first time and loved it. By this time we were all exhausted from the long day, and after dinner walked back to the hotel to get some sleep to get ready for our next ...
... I walked the mile to the bar but thought walking back was pushing my luck. I caught my first bus ride of the trip. I knew that it would cost 3R but that is all. Its funny how each town has a different bus riding process, pay when you get on, pay when you get off, prepay, cash, etc, kind of odd, since I is just a bus after all.
In São Paulo, the busses have a weird cage. You get on and walk back a few ...
My arrival into Sao Paulo was met with the biggest downpour I've seen on this trip to date. Not to understate the city but from research and personal opinions this felt like it only needed to be a stop off on the way to Iguacu Falls.
I began touring the most recommended area to me, which luckily was close to we're i was staying. Santa Maria barrio is the artistic, bohemian quarter by day and thriving bar district at nightfall. I searched out 'Beco ...