Ibis Budget Sao Paulo Jardins
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... The tour was three and a half hours long, ponchos on we accepted the challenge. Our tour guide Rafa was great, very enthusiastic and helped keep us awake. Unfortunately we failed at sticking out the whole tour. The rain and our sleepiness got the best of us, we´d lasted the longer part of the tour so after lunch at the cathedral we decided to head back home. After passing through tramp central at Se metro station we were closer to another naptime. Once we got back Benji, ...
On Thursday morning we said goodbye to the beautiful town of Paraty and made way to Sao Paulo. For those not in the know, Sao Paulo is the largest city in South America. It is also home to the largest collection of Japanese and Italian immigrants in the world. For me this was going to be another big city, but it did turn out to be a good few days.
We arrived after our 6 hour bus ride to a very busy city. We jumped ...
... it was a bit of a ride to downtown, so Fernando entertained us with a whole host of facts and information about Brazil. He told us about the general geography of Brazil and how Sao Paulo is in the southeast and that Sao Paulo, our new home for the next 4 days, the locals like to think of as the NYC of South America, the financial capital. There are 26 states in Brazil but the state of Sao Paulo produces 35% of the country's GDP and the city itself, ...
... address on us as Zeb had given the driver the directions before getting in to his taxi. She found the road but couldn't remember the number. Expecting the others to wait outside for us we got out and decided to walk up and down to the building as the taxi driver said the road was very short and only 2 blocks. We walked up and down with no luck; we asked the security guards at a couple of the apartment buildings if they had seen some other backpackers but they hadn't. ...
It's my first time in South America and I must say that I've been treated to a very warm (usually more than 30 degrees) welcome.
We were picked up at the airport by Wills auntie and dropped off at his grandmothers house in a suburb of Sao Paulo. The area is green, leafy and quiet. We get up as we like and have cafe de manha in the kitchen that Will spent a lot of time in as a child. It's quite a trip ...
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Hotel is simple and clean
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