Ibis Sao Paulo Expo
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... Manaus, my tour in the Amazon for five days, my flight from Manaus to Bogota, and hostels along the way. I am now completely booked for everything until I go back to Bogota on 28 February. It’s all very exciting!
I went out to try and find a place to do some laundry, and it took ages just to find a laundromat here. Finally I found one, but it was the kind where you have to leave all your laundry and then come pick it up the next day. I have ...
... Scott was definitely in his element. We'd bought SPFC shirts the moment we arrived (£4 each) as camouflage (no more spot-the-gringo here), and joined in with the crowd's movements. It was definitely worth the long jog to the ATM, though we slipped out a bit early in order to beat the crowds to a taxi. Of course, everyone else had the same idea and we ended up sharing a taxi home about forty minutes after the end of the game. Not bad!
All in all, Sao Paulo ...
... the wonderful lunch we had with Isabela Perazza, International Sales Manger at Sheraton. She is one of the most inspiring people I met this week and also the responsible of making our stay at the Sheraton an unforgettable experience. Even though I usually don't like to spend much time in the hotel rooms, this time was impossible not to. Probably this was the most beautiful and comfortable room I have ever been to. The negative part about it: I ...
We arrived into the city around 3pm, and being the savvy travellers we are, booked tickets straight out for the next night and then hopped onto the metro to get to our hotel. We chose a one night stop over as we had just done a 6 hour bus ride from Paraty and couldn't cope with the thought of hopping on another one for 15hrs, plus we wanted to see the big smoke! Getting off in the city centre for our hotel, we started noticing a heavy police ...
... victim. You were warned , you got what you deserved.
Many of the 'youth' that we saw with faces shrouded in scarves and bandanas had no skin in this game. They could care less about the issue. They were there to destroy and loot for the pleasure and the rush and perhaps the 'street cred'. If you ask me, if you go in masked , you don't deserve credit. You're just another faceless coward with no adjenda save mindless destruction. You deminish ...