Mercure Sao Paulo Vila Olimpia
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... drive me through to my new home. I always thought taxi and busdrivers are dangerous drivers in , but here they really go crazy. I have a lot of respect for her drivingskills.
When we drove through my living neighborhood, there were a lot of very steep hills. I think I have to cross that neighborhoud to reach my university and first I thought of going there by bike, after seeing those hills, I have ...
... party for us. And, the guy sitting next to us on the plane we are on now offered me and my Mom some of his food. Marco, our host in Salvador, drove us around town to get us wherever we needed.
Things to watch out for in Brazil:
The sun comes up at 5 am and goes down at 5 pm around the winter solstice which is today, June 21st.
When we leave Brazil, I will miss...
Portugese, because I like the language better than Spanish.
... her car and went by subway to the commercial center. It was a rather busy area that reminded me of SF's china town, with bustling shops and booths full of people hawking clothing, accessories, and needless toys. We slowly browsed our way through this muddle of humanity and emerged at the Mercado Municipal. It's a beautiful big food market with high ceilings and stained glass windows. Vendors basically forced us over and over again, to taste their delicious fruits and cheeses ...
... mudbath - even in Brazil you can't escape rain at festivals!) followed by The Temper Trap, Porter Robinson and the extremely weird Flaming Lips. Then it was Killers time and they did not disappoint, playing the perfect setlist. Saturday 30th March - Sao Paulo We had a day to explore the largest City in South America and opted to visit the Mercado Municipal in search of some culinary delights. To reach the market we passed through bustling streets lined ...
I visited a Children's Village in Rio Bonito today after a quick breakfast. The village is quite far from the head office in Vila Mariana, but it was definitely worth visiting. I was pleasantly surprised by the cleanness and beautiful area of the Children's Village in Rio Bonito. Most of the children who are staying here and get educated are up to 4 years old. The older children visit schools that are provided by the government. ...