Ibis Indaiatuba Viracopos Hotel
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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.
Flew to Foz do Iguacu from Campinas, a large city that is primarily industrial and largely ignored because it's only an hour north of Sao Paulo. It's about 3 hours by bus south of Araraquara, but due to Friday rush hour mine took a little longer. This meant we needed to take a taxi to the airport, which is outside the ring road. Campinas airport is expanding fast (it's only domestic but ...
... sausages, and Entrecote, a very tender top sirloin cut in Argentinean style. The waiters continued to come and offer meat long after we were unable to have another bite. It's definitely a place that you fast all day before going to. After getting out of my afternoon meetings, we headed into downtown Campinas, driving past Lagoa do Taquaral Park, an urban park surrounding a lake where people were relaxing and enjoying the late summer day. There were carts ...
We boarded a plane on Saturday night, 2/1, leaving LAX at 11pm and arriving in Sao Paolo (GRU airport) at around 4:30pm. The flight was smooth and easy and because of the timing it was easy to sleep away the hours. I watched a few movies (A Good Day to Die Hard, and About Time). But mostly I slept so when I arrived in Brazil I felt reasonably well rested and not too groggy. Immigration was easy with a short line (a visa ...
After a surprisingly comfortable sleep considering the heat we had an early departure of 6.45am to try and make a dent in the long distance we still had to travel to get to Paraty. The day passed by thanks to a book, a game of cards for some, and endless truck chatter. The weather changed between scorching heat and two bouts of rain ...