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... realising that the boot didn't work we hustled into the back of the cab with poor Jess having to resort to leaving her bag on her lap as we sped towards the final destination (much to Kathy and my amusement). We arrived at the international airport and attempted to check in. After much debate and negotiation the bags were checked in and we ran to find our gate. And guess what, silly rio lady who didn't expect us to make it. WE FREAKING MADE IT. SUCK ON THAT!!!! ...
... pizzas quality to be very standard all over the world (how do you screw up bread and cheese?). We searched for a pizza parlour anyways and... had mediocre pizza.
On our walk back to our hotel we noticed there was one road with no cars driving on it. Now, like North America it seems South America relies on the automobile. A road without cars seemed so out of the ordinary. My friend had heard of this, they close an elevated highway in Sao Paulo at night so people can jog or bike ...
... host you.
So Elvire and I gave it a try, and a girl from Sao Paulo welcomed us for 4 nights. Her name is Lia, and she is an amazing girl, the kind of girl I like:natural, direct and simple. It was an amazing experience.
Check my pictures, you will see us with Lia.
Thank you for everything Lia!! Once I am back home, my house is ...
... who think its cool to tear things down instead of helping to build them up.
Just my 2 cents. If you come here for a visit perhaps you can convince us to return. I hope you have a convincing argument and deep pockets..... Just saying.
Despite all this there were some highlights!
Beats Hostel. A hostel with great potential and a cool staff but rules as flexible as Plastic Man and not always to the benefit on the guests. Given ...
... Small town boy now in big concrete jungle!
Anyway, the airport was a lot more interesting than in Chile. This was the first time ever that the plane did not connect directly to the gate. When we pulled up in just an empty space it was a bit strange, like a quarantine or something. But then a line of buses turned up and took us to the actual terminal. Certainly an interesting experience.
The customs ...