Ibis Sao Paulo Morumbi
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... out for food (by this time the rain had stopped) which was decent then got back to the hostel for free caipirinhas at 9. This is supposed to be a party hostel but it is distinctly lacking in party. A couple of guys turned up for the free drinks then buggered off again so there was only us and a Dutch girl and a German guy who don't know each other but rolled into the city in preparation for some internship thing. We played Hearts for a while (it seems a ...
... all. They were striking for a payrise, originally asking for a 35% rase but said they would settle for 10%. It was definitely a case of knowing they were in a position of strength with the World Cup starting in a few days time.
The next morning we had to be at the airport. We had a few hours to kill before needing to be there so we walked round the neighbourhood where we were staying. Wed found a nice cafe. They were into their coffee in ...
... earrings, a necklace, a ring, and 2 hair clips for about 20 pounds! What a bargain! We then headed along the 25 de marco street that has stalls as well as shops. I also bought a despicable me minion phone case, and then some underwear to replace my god awful ones out here and finally we did indeed buy suitcases! Success! Its a crazy place, but so glad we came for all the cheap things we purchased. We then journeyed back to Marcella's on a ridiculously packed ...
... They consider the traffic relief from their software to be part of it and they are working on software to allow carpoolers to find each other.
So the SkyBar at hotel Unique was our dinner destination. Tonight Fernando came with us. Great views of the city all lit up but my camera stinks so sorry, no pictures. There was a whole section that was outside in the open air (like everything here - ...
... and it was just a bonus that we discovered they were having a launch party for one of their beers that evening!
It was now Carnaval time in Brazil, but Sao Paulo is not a place known for celebrating it. We'd heard, however, that there was a street party in a different area of town that evening so we decided to try that for a bit then come back for the launch party. Much to Amy's delight, even if to every Brazilian's disappointment, Sao Paulo is not really known for ...