Mercure Sao Paulo Ibirapuera
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... one of my favourite things about brazil. You get a huge selection of food and pile up what you fancy and then pay according to weight. It’s a brilliant idea, you get loads of variety (50 dishes) and if you aren’t that hungry you don’t need to get much. It’s always fresh and a really quick way to eat. Maybe we will open one of these in Brisbane to go with our Guatemalan Cerviche restaurant. After lunch we walked to ...
... s defeat, we went to another churrascaria, Fogo do Chao, and once again left stuffed! The next day we met up with Fernando a friend of Ash's from PwC who is actually from São Paulo and had lunch with him and his very attractive Amazonian girl who didn't speak English... For Ash's birthday treat Lucy had got tickets to see the Lion King after a fantastic authentic Japanese meal in the Japanese quarter. Unfortunately the whole show was in Portuguese, including the songs, ...
... The weather wasn't great again, but we didn't mind so much as we were underwater most of the time. Another evening of R&R with an omelette for dinner and a few games of rummy (I kicked Nayan's ass)!
After checking out of the hostel, we made our way down to the pier to catch the boat back to the mainland for our transfer to Paraty. While killing time waiting for the boat, we decided to try some Acai - sorbet made from Acai berries from ...
... every opportunity to test their power. They are attempting to get their message across, but stating exactly what that message is, is a challenge. The fact that the media has picked up on these protests bring the stability of Brazil into question and may cause a reduction in travel to the country. A presidential election next year also adds to the instability of Brazil's future.
As a mentor to many students in her role at the ...
... head into Sao Paolo, which is a monster of a city holding around 20million inhabitants - roughly 4 times the size of London. We've now obviously missed our 8am bus and to our disappointment the 12pm one is fully booked. They manage to get us on the 4pm bus without having to buy another ticket, which was great. So much for our plans to arrive nice and early to hit the beach! All said and done a very eventful day - cops, robbers, Starsky and the Bookie from seat number ...