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... was still great fun; the creativity for telling the story with the animals was brilliant and it's the costumes and props that make it - luckily we had the plot fresh in our heads after watching the film recently! We didn't do much on our final day - Ash watched football (standard) and Lucy found a huge Havianas shop and somehow restricted herself to one pair! She is saving herself for Rio just before we fly home... Wanting to make sure we had an Italian before we left, we went to ...
... eventually reached Paraty late afternoon - a small coastal town full of narrow cobblestoned streets. Our hostel was very lively - we spent the first night drinking several beers and met Eliot, a fellow Brit who was travelling a similar route to us (introducing since we´ve spent a lot of time with him since!).
As we had poor weather in Ilha Grande, we made the most of our only full day by spending time at the Paraty-Mirim beach, 45 ...
I must start this post with a confession. I'm not very good at playing National Geographic correspondent and although I remembered my camera as I left for the party in Vila Madalena, I forgot that the memory card was in the computer. Unfortunately because of this I don't have my promised pictures for this post. It's made somewhat less of a shame by the fact that it would have been pretty hard to capture the spirit of that place in pictures. I'll try to in words.
... the trip. My real impression was that I travelled half way around the world to see another New York City. And to be honest Sao Paolo is very much like NYC, in just about every way, except of course that the majority of people don't speak english...uhhh wait a minute...I guess that could be said about NYC too. Anyway, the first time I was really "wowed" in Brazil was at Hotel Unique and their nightclub/restaurant Bar Skye. ...
... couple of hours while sitting beside the pool. At about 11pm, we walked back to the metro (and caught a cab the last kilometer, as it started to rain) and then headed back to the hostel.
Sunday- February 17
This morning we headed to a nearby, modern, pink and black building which was on front of our Sao Paulo map. The building looked pretty high, but it was more of an optical illusion as it was only 30 storeys. Brazil isn’t home to any huge buildings, and ...
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