InterCity Campobelo Plaza
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We had a terrible nights sleep. We slept in until 11:00AM. We got a bunch of food from the vending machine in the front of our hotel for 20R again. All that junk food we had for breakfast. We watched TV and caught up on some much needed rest in our hotel room until 1:41PM. We were hungry so we first booked reservations then took a bus from our hotel to eat lunch at Mocoto (name of actual restaurant). The bus ride took 1 hour 56 minutes and cost 16.90R. We arrived at the ...
... Particular in hostels were common areas tend to be pretty small. The downside of course is rain getting in the way of the tan, and some places not even being accessible due to snow fall blocking roads which is what I hear the patagonia region may be like at the moment. Hay ho.
Our night bus south was at 22:45. At the depot we saw one for the destination in the same port timed for 22:30 and proceeded to load the ...
... We played some intense games of cards and headed to bed. The next day Nick and Ciaran had left and it was Rob's birthday so we decided to treat ourselves the São Paulo's famous mortadella sandwiches and head up to the tallest building in São Paulo. We got the metro to Republica and with our map and tour guide Ami headed to the market. The sandwich was absolutely delicious, layers upon layers of ham, yum. Unfortunately we left the map on the table and so the walk back to ...
... br> Last night we went to a traditional Brazilian Bar-B-Que place where they serve large portions of meats on skewers. If you are hungry, you put your token on green; if you want a break, turn it to red. The meats were some of the best that I have ever had, and VERY fresh.
Wiebke definitely showed me up by eating a VERY hot chili pepper like it was nothing, but when I took a bite, it lit me up like fireworks. It was really funny and I'm sure my reaction was ...
... but the poor kids have to go to public school which he called "quite bad". Most of the poor kids see playing soccer as the best way out of the Favellas and to ascend financially and socially.
After some very interesting discussion (speeches) with Fernando, we had arrived downtown. Like I said, he gave us the option in the rain but we wanted to get out and walk around. We had stopped in the Liberdade District, also known as the Oriental District. ...