Maraba Hotel Sao Paulo
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... and articulated trucks are constantly passing through the area. The apartment was exactly what we wanted. It was just one room but it had everything we needed; Kitchen, shower, cable tv and two nice couches. Went out for a bit of food and while we were there we had to rob loads of napkins from the restaurant and McDonald's as we had no bog roll and all the shops were closed.
... to our hostel in the artsy bohemian quarter of Vila Madalana, we launched ourselves into the bedlam by taking the 'free’ walking tour of Sao Paulo’s historic centre. The tour finished at Edificio Martinelli, where we had a great view across the endless sea of skyscrapers from its 26th floor.
The next day we visited the awesome ...
... I had a contact there IŽd met in 2007 who owned a hostel 4 hours from Sao Paulo - so lets go there. **** it all. So I did it. I put some clothes in a backpack, said goodbye only to my 2 very best friends and I ****** off. I got the **** out of there. This was a matter of life and death. My fatal life and creeping death. I fancied telling noone and doing a Richey Edwards (Richey Edwards was a guitarist in the Manic Street Preachers who vanished off the face of the ...
... ever seen, learnt how to stand paddle etc etc. The list could go on and its only been a week.
Basically everyone here acts like at fusion. Only all the time. Its incredible.
Unfortunately I lost my notebook somewhere yesterday which is pretty sad because I had already written a lot of things.
So much to do.
So much to write.
So little time.
... then deep-fried in vegetable oil. Not particularly healthy, but particularly tasty.
Next we stopped by the impressive Sao Paulo Cathedral. It was situated in the heart of the city centre, and since it was a holiday the only people out and about were hoards of homeless people. Living in Toronto and visiting many large cities, I have experienced this part of city life, but never on this scale. Makeshift tents ...