Ibis Budget Sao Paulo Paulista
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... this dance, whilst all these natural Brazilians were all around us dirty dancing away! But we through caution to the wind and really enjoyed it. One guy I ended up dancing with was a great teacher! Funniest quote from him was "my body, your body, one body! You my girlfriend, I your boyfriend on the dance floor" So cringe, I even talked away covered in more of his sweat than my own.
This was a great night, such an ...
... upon layer of ham with a bit of melted cheese in the middle. I washed it down with a black beer. It doesn't taste quite as nice on draft. When we left the place the queue had at least tripled so it was well timed, but this must be the busiest it gets being lunch time on a Saturday.
Germany and Holland cut out to catch a bus to whereever they were going, so us remaining three went for a bit of an explore of the city. ...
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... people I have had the opportunity to spend time with. First of all, I have had chance to spend time with Helen and do some travelling together (always an experience !!). Then in the US I have also had chance to see Tracy, Paul and Kara as well (although baby two decided she wasn’t quite ready to make an appearance). I have also met a lot of wonderful people. Some for a couple of weeks like those on the Cotapaxi, Galapagos and Patagonia trips and my Aussie ...
... we were up there for hours - but eventually we headed back down into town and then took a street car up to the bohemian neighborhood of Santa Teresa, where we found the beautiful Escadaria Selaron, a staircase connecting the Lapa neighborhood to Santa Teresa which is covered in amazing tiles from all around the world; we managed to find some from London and Florida.
We decided to head out in Lapa again that night and after dinner in an old school Rio restaurant we headed ...