Ibis Indaiatuba Viracopos Hotel
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... and the costs V travel time, options for Rio to foz, bus that leaves Rio mid day and arrives mid day the next day fown side 2 days lost traveling up side around costs around 45 quid, hire car (no way) per fly, flight leaves at 10 airport is 10 minutes from hostel as internal flight so we can use the local airport in down town Rio, short stop over in San Parlo and arrive mid afternoon on Foz with a 10 minute journey ...
Next to the farmhouse is a small clay brick construction company very red. On the thermometer, you will see the maximum temperature and minimum top to bottom: a real furnace! :)
And then we had a good laugh with Gordo, thank you again for letting me come with you!
Last night at dinner, Thiago parents organized a Pizza evening home with uncles and aunts and cousins! Great atmosphere with the Brazilian samba with music in ...
All I needed to do was click my heals and say "there's no place like home"...
A few snaps from on the way to Viracopos airport near Campinas.
People always ask why I insist on the window seat, this is why: The take off video is here.
Its good to be home.
... slowing becoming more affordable for brazilians). Brazilian airports have the vast majority of shops and food places before check in, which is weird because the tax is so high that you'd think duty free would be popular! We flew with Azul who were the cheapest and supposed to be the Brazilian lost cost airline, but it's no wonder flying is expensive for the brazilians because you get given ...
... summer day. There were carts with ice cream and gelato and other snacks for people to pick up while enjoying a stroll in the park. Driving through Campinas, the architecture and culture is apparent. The city is similar to how you would expect a middle-sized south American city to look. The people are dressed for the summer weather (sundresses, tank tops, shorts and flip flops) and people were commuting home from work, or gathered in the parks or sidewalk cafés.