Ibis Indaiatuba Viracopos Hotel
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... doesn't like (drugs and tax free electronics). The hostel in Campinas was really good, but we just took the bus into downtown and walked to the bus station. There isn't really a lot for tourists to do! Got back to Araraquara in time for work in the afternoon, which involved cleaning out a cupboard fully of dead cockroaches. (I was the only one who volunteered because I'd never seen them ...
... were very good as well.
I switched to Brazilian beer after my first Caipirinha, though, because it was pretty strong. According to my Brazilian colleagues, if you finish your beer in the Campinas restaurants they will immediately bring you another without asking. So if you don’t want more you should leave a little in the bottom of your glass so they don’t automatically replenish it. This is my kind of city. The restaurant was charming ...
... built into the hillside, the architecture looking exactly how you would picture Brazilian houses to be- concrete and colorful with a slight Mediterranean feel to how they are clustered along the brow of the hills. We also noticed what seems like a popular chicken fast food restaurant- Frango Assada, or "Roasted Chicken". They were every dozen miles or so and were the only fast food style restaurants we saw (no Mickey ...
... cooled us all down for a short time.
During lunch we watched as a threatening storm cloud hovered over us but kindly waited until we had packed up before rain started to fall. The afternoon saw us edge closer, passing through the outskirts of São Paulo.
Arriving into our last bush camp of the trip quite late we setup in ...
I left Boa Vista at 2am on Wednesday morning (March 27th) and Chevy left at 4am. I came down to São Paulo and Chevy went back to Dallas. He should have arrived in Dallas Thursday morning (28th).
I got to São Paulo just before 10am and caught a bus to Sumaré at 12 (noon), arriving in Sumaré at about 2pm yesterday, Wednesday March 27th.
Carlos Magalhães and his wife, Marinilza Magalhães picked me up outside the ...