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... Museum in the nearby park. This was unmistakably closed, and so I wandered around this enormous park observing the runners and dog walkers and vendors of ice-cold green coconuts.
For a change I sipped on a freshly pressed sugar cane juice then decided it may be time to head back to the apartment.
I remembered seeing while on our walk one morning, a French bakery and so tracked it down. This is where I had a delicious ...
The next day reality set in. England were out and there was no cake and beer for breakfast. Being in São Paulo for 3 days and mainly partying, it was time to do some cultured ****. We headed to an art museum with an exhibition of a Japanese artist. We queued for 1 hour to get into the museum and then another hour to get into the exhibition. During this time my hangover and tiredness really kicked in and I listed many of the things that I disliked such as ...
My flight left Heathrow yesterday at 20:40 with TAM Airlines. Good flight, but couldn't get comfy to sleep much on the 11 hour 50 minute fight! I arrived in São Paulo, Brazil at 06:00 and waited for my connecting flight which left at 8:35. Landed in buenos aires at 11:30am!! Got a taxi pick up with an Argentinian called roman. Arrived at Art Factory hostel ...
... called 2nd generation byproducts. There is also research into 3rd generation usages for cosmetics, detergents, foods and especially as fuel to replace diesel which is used for buses and jets. The presentation and our presenter Luana was very impressive and professional.
Again we ran into some excess time before the next stop which was to be lunch, so we had another pit stop at a local upscale mall. Lots of pricey shopping such as Tiffany and Louis Vuitton. ...
... found out and until i could realise what was happening exactly with my flights, was considerable.
So total change of plans in a matter of hours and I was on my way for Sao Paolo instead of Bolivia. The whole trip until Sao Paolo was one of the most exhaustive ones! I had to take the bus from Cusco to Lima, 22 hours, then spend 12 hours in Lima and then take my flight to Sao Paolo (5-6 hours).
While about to get on board on the plane, tired and ...