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Got up earlier today excited we were finally leaving São Paulo! Started packing then realised, our flight is tomorrow. NOOOOOOO!!!!! We did try and change it however, no luck there so, we decided to embrace they day and take a trip out of the city. No joke, the smog here makes it so hard to breathe it feels like you're often gasping for air. It's also not that fun having to feel sick whilst not being able to breathe Anyway! Making the best of the situation. ...
... took us right into a subway station which we used to end up at our hotel. Due to my poor navigational skills, we eventually had to pull out our phones and hope Googlemaps would show us how to get to the Artemis hotel, which my friend had found online at a very decent rate.
The city is large and noisy. The people are easygoing and very interested in tourists, especially those coming to see the world cup. After checking in and seeing our enormous room, I was allowed to call ...
... and destroy peoples lively hoods then cry fowl and wonder why the police reacted with such a heavey hand. Open protest is welcomed in Brazil. Blatant destruction and violence is not. If you get shot by a rubber bullet because you were throwing rocks at a heavily armed police officer or because you were looting a store or vandelizing a bank or business or were cheering on those who were commiting these acts you should not reacted as a shocked ...
... thing on one of the sides. I did not go in since
the weather was still terrible and instead opted to walk the whole
length of the ave a few times. I love just walking around the city with
no objective which is what I did for about 3 hours. The highlight of the
walk was seeing Brazilian Elvis at the museum entrance…kind of weird. I
also noted an abundance of PDA just on the street. I would be walking
past and ...
... those last 4 years. It was still worth it.
Cerveja finished we grabbed our 3 huge suitcases, surfboards, laptops, backpacks and headed out to the pickup area. You know that feeling when you step outside an airport of a foreign country into the fresh air? I think that's the moment when it feels real. Sao Paulo's international airport reminded me a little bit of LAX, busy, lots of cars, people and it was 3am. I was adjusting to Sao Paulo, the ...