Ibis Budget Sao Paulo Paraiso
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... let me in. I tried Spanish but they couldn't understand that so I eventually pulled out the message that Bruno had sent me. It turns out I had been saying the wrong room number. No wonder they were so confused. Bruno came down to meet me, I stashed my backpack in his appartment and we went out to get some food. There was a live band playing Samba. We didn't realise until later that night that they were all blind musicians.
Fri 8/8 It was great not ...
... through the door after only a few minutes, leaving the hour-long queue far behind. Tonight they're playing hip hop or 'hippety hoppety' as Lou calls it. I can't tell if she's joking. Not my fave but they do bust a few classics like Jurassic 5 etc. The DJ is atrocious, clanging mix after mix. If you cannot scratch do not try to do so in public. He looks old enough to know better but the crowd don't seem to care and sing along to a number of Portuguese raps, which ...
... It worked. I wasn’t as achey but with 3 hours left, I wanted to stay that way. The flight attendant was happy to oblige with two more bottles. Perfect timing too because by the time I got to the rather serious passport control agent, so was I. I passed with flying colors.
The next step was getting to the hotel. After 20 hours of travel, I was tempted to take a cab but I rallied and took the airport shuttle. The cheapest option was the ...
... and largest Japanese population outside of Japan. In our eyes diversity means great food! And so we chomped our way through tasty kebabs and hummus, jumbo salted cod fritters with a kicking spicy sauce and authentic pastels (a fried pasty) washed down with sugarcane juice.
There was some great graffiti and the modern art museum was pretty cool also. Surprisingly there were many little eclectic and retro boutiques with some amazing interior design which made ...
... menu! We both chose the omelette and it came with fruit and a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice - we considered staying a little longer just for the juice every morning but we have a flight to catch! We asked the guy at reception for some advice as we only had one day in Sao Paulo and were a little overwhelmed by the size of the city - turns out it was easier than we thought because everything is closed on a Monday. All the museums, art galleries, ...