Ibis Budget Sao Paulo Jardins
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Hotel is simple and clean
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... some bit out of town) and I met his business partner. This was the point that I knew the lack of brazilian language posession would make some things quite difficult. Almost no regular people here have decent english skills, so I really have to learn fast and pick up the pace. I wonder how many months it would take for me to become fluent. I hope though that in the second month here I can decently understand people and express myself to a decent extent as well. The fact that the ...
... very close to the hostel we stayed at so we went to look at the exhibitions there, arts not really my scene but luckily in the afternoon we went to the Brazilian museum of football! It did not have many artifacts such as old shirts or balls, mostly interactive exhibits.
Headed back to Araraquara at night by an enjoyable bus journey sitting next to a (talkative) estate agent who had spent 3 years in Memphis USA.
... I had a nightmare day with the Corinthians game, instead of seeing the game with French friends Louis and Julien I was directed to the wrong stadium and only caught the last 20 minutes, failed to find my friends and therefore missed out on the party afterwards. The game however was fantastic, true support from loud fans. I later returned to the stadium and was impressed by the high tech football museum. I ate Coxinhas in the street, Mortadellas in the municipal market, beirute ...
... most famous church in the city. It was magnificent on the outside, but the inside decos were somewhat average. São Paulo isn't a pretty city, as we walked along the streets, many homeless people set up their beds on the sides of the roads. The roads smelt of pee, and the buildings were not maintained well at all. Not a good sight. We decided to head back to the hostel for lunch. Passed by ...
And now the hostel has no doorway.
At the hotel where we were to stay,
Lost our booking to our dismay.
We walked for hours around this town,
With our heavy packs to weigh us down.
There’s a street party every night,
Even after we turn out the light.
There are people everywhere,
And pigeons to poop all throughout our hair.
How will we ever escape this place,