Ibis Budget Sao Paulo Paulista
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... is like the Central park equivalent of SP. Sam and I walked around a bit exploring, but we were both so tired so it was a pretty short visit. It had a huge water fountain and some really pretty jacaranda trees, and was filled with people exercising and chilling out. Also a really popular spot for slacklining due to the huge number of trees.
We went back to Bruno's house, and had a nap before getting ready to head out. Jess and Rod's auntie and uncle were throwing a ...
... had set up a big fan site with a huge screen right next door to the metro station, which was perfect! The only problem was the ground was a further 45 minute walk since you had to walk through what felt like a maze since the entire site was unfinished... There were so many touts outside the ground selling tickets for ridiculous prices, up to $1,000, but there were so many buyers with signs round their necks ...
... time at, most of the stuff was in Portuguese but we did have an English electronic audio guide which told us about the different parts of the museum. There was lots of thing to look at, the top 25 brazilian players ever, top 10 goals to watch and exhibitions for each world cup ever hosted along with an area dedicated to Pele who played at Rival Sao Paulo club Santos. It was very interesting to see how football has developed and evolutionalised over ...
... me to all sorts of events over the past few days! Since Friday I have seen a musical, been to nice cafés with live music performances and most importantly met a lot of new people. They all gave me the same impression of Brazilians so far, very warm, kind and curious. They make me, and many others of course, feel very welcome.
Yesterday I attended an anthropology class ...
... at Foz do Iguaçu, it was a long night. We are both looking forward to checking out the falls, I think we will do that tomorrow and will hopefully catch the Champions League final here in Foz today. We are then going to hot foot it into Paraguay as we both need
chest x-rays to meet working visa requirements for New Zealand. Pretty annoying!!