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Ok, can we just stop for a sec and appreciate the fact that JESS IS IN BRAZIL!? It's kind of bittersweet, though, because, although I have a five hour layover, I can't leave the airport and see Brazil because I didn't buy the visa because, ha $160 for five hours? Mm, no. Especially because in August, Americans are no longer required to have visas to go to Brazil, as the US is taking away the requirement for Brazilians. So I'll get my Brazilian adventure some day. The flight ...
t feels like the time is dragging a bit until I get to the World Cup by the end of the week especially since I have been planning it for so long. But the early games keep me occupied and then finally its time to start moving to the World Cup. I get a bus to the border on the night of the 15th and arrive at the border in the morning. I don't have a clue what is going on at the border so I befriend some Irish girls who were easy to spot/hear. I end up crossing the border and ...
I am being trusted to hit the road all by myself today. Armed with my highly recommended 'offline maps2' app on my smart phone I feel invincible as I walk many kilometeres to see the sights I have on my to do list.
The morning starts off cool- 16C according to the time/ temperature notice
I see along the way. Before three hours have passed it is 25C. São Paulo is like that, apparently- four seasons in a day.
First stop is a ...
... we met up with Eliot for dinner at Speranza, a pizzeria recommended by the Lonely Planet. Sao Paulo claims to have better pizzas than Italy - didn't quite agree this time!
On board a surprisingly comfy bus, we began a 12 hour journey to Florianopolis, our final beach stop in Brazil. More to follow later!
Have a look back at our last Carnaval entry - we´ve uploaded some more pics.
Beers consumed: Bohemia, Devassa
Anj and Nayan
... America. They currently operate in Brazil and Argentina and have plans to expand into Chile and Columbia. In terms of entering new countries, ALAGEV does not force information and agendas onto its members. Instead, the association encourages members to speak together and come up with issues and questions that are common to all or many. ALAGEV will then work to find the answers and experts that can fill the highlighted gaps.
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