InterCity Express Jundiai
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... were street stands, right outside the club, selling alcohol. We paid a few visits to them, throughout the night. Hanging around these portable bars were a mix of homeless people, drunk locals, street kids and most of all transvestites. São Paulo was full of gay people and trannies. On one visit to the bar we went to some steps around the corner to snort some more charlie. 2 trannies with massive fake tits, followed us to flirt and try and get us to go to a room ...
Brazil loves the Ramones. 'Twenty-twenty-twenty four hours to go I wanna be sedated' blared out of the first pub we walked into on our first night in Leblon, Rio. I saw a cute teenage girl in black leggings and a Ramones t-shirt on the street the following day. In Sau Paulo graffiti of the four Ramones in their leather jackets adorned the outside of a pub. And sitting there on a beer, against the wall, people walked by in black leather ...
... lane for him. It's a surprise to see so many pictures of us in her house, even of Will and I on our wedding day. I almost feel like I've known her forever already, as it seems like I've been assimilated into the furniture already!
In the next days we take a walk around the local area and try out the market, bakery (padaria) and shopping mall. On the 22nd December, Wills parents arrive in Sao ...
... at University of São Paulo. I have never seen such a big university in my life! The faculty of social sciences doesn't focus on one particular subject but offers political science, sociology and anthropology to undergraduates. I attended a class in Portuguese and Ana and Allan, sorry for not introducing their names before, were kind enough to translate the lecturer's lecture.
Last night, we arrived in Sao Paulo. According to the United Nations, Sao Paulo is approximately the third largest city in the entire world by population (although this is debatable by other sources since it is unclear how to define where a city starts and ends). The only cities with a clear-cut higher population are Tokyo and Mexico City, with New York, Mumbai, Shanghai, and Sao Paulo all trailing fairly closely behind. Sao Paulo is big. Sao Paulo is very big. When our ...