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... too far away, and it was all over before I could think straight. We then found some people who had seen the whole thing, who had all come over to see if we were okay. It was a while before we found someone who could speak English, and a really nice guy pulled over to help us out. The police arrived 10 minutes later and we told them what had happened through the English speaking guy. We went to the police station to get a police report for our insurance, but we knew that would be ...
... seat gave me about four hours' sleep. The heat of the plane did not help, though, and after waking up at first light, with still 3 hours to go, I just dozed and read.
A good breakfast with an omelette, fruit, juice and toast. We landed about an hour late but it was a very speedy transit through the airport. I was out in 15 minutes.
Speedy through the airport it might have been but speedy to the city it certainly wasn't. Although it was only about 30km to ...
... museum, is conveniently situated a football superstore, which sells the official football kits of all the participants in the world cup as well as general football kit. I could not resist buying the official Brazilian playing shirt and I had the number ten (10) and my name printed at the back.
After the Football museum we went to the Jardims (Gardens) and visited the Nossa Senhora do Brasil ...
... that I was going for the challenge and the adventure. I reminded myself of a favorite quote 'a ship in a harbour is safe, but that is not what ships are for'. The next three months were going to be an unreal experience, but in particular the first 3 days would provide me with an opportunity to learn a great deal about myself. I will be completely out of my comfort zone, a new country, a new language, new friends to be made. If I am the people person and leader I think I am and want to ...
... well as our first taste of maté*, and some fecker nicked Tom's towell! Who steals a used backpacker's towel?! ... Perhaps it was Veronica.
So, to Sao Paulo!
We were a little bit worried about Sao Paulo. We'd heard all the usual (probably 20 years out of date) crime stats etc., plus we were getting in at night and we knew in advance that our hostel was going to be down a bit of a sketchy side street. ...