L'Hotel Porto Bay Sao Paulo
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... them in the states. WIN WIN if you ask me. After hours of walking around, it began to get extremely hot and humid, we're talking about 96 degrees... I couldn't take it anymore, it was time to go back to the hotel room and pack for my flight tonight.
As I returned to my room, and packed up my things, it hit me that I was about to leave what has been an amazing experience! 4 countries in 2 weeks, you can't beat that! Once I was done, I took the public bus that was ...
... main thing being the ridiculous amount of skyscrapers. It is literally a "concrete jungle", as they say. It is impossible to grasp just how massive the city is until you are IN it. Anyway we finally arrived at the hostel to find that it had been double booked by mistake so I had to move to a different one! The owner was really lovely though and drove me across the city herself to another one. She is just one example of how friendly ...
Day 19: Sao Paulo
The last couple of days in Sao Paulo involved an all day session watching the rugby in an Irish pub with Brits, Aussies and Kiwis (great win for England over Wales to setup an exciting final match next week when 3 teams could still win the 6 nations), followed by a recovery day ...
... bites... brilliant! He did too. He looked innocent, he was a tiny scotty dog but he was no cute!! The day after we arrived we wandered into the centre.
First stop was Mercado Muncipal which is a huge market hall selling tropical fruit, unusual veges, meat of all varieties and massive mortadelo sandwhiches. We were sucked in by a bloke trying sell us fruit, he gave us some weird and ...
... soil, under hot and humid tropical conditions, with slave laborers brought from Africa. Thus began Brazil’s first Economic Cycle, known as the "Sugarcane Cycle".
By the 1800s, Brazil, once the world’s biggest sugar producer, fell to fifth spot with only 8% of world production. With the end of the "Coffee Cycle" in the 20th Century, there was a resumption of sugarcane cultivation to produce sugar for the internal market. The states of São Paulo and Rio ...