Mercure Apartments Sao Paulo Nortel
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... area the pair join the other Fanatics for a beer. Ryan spots Roy who he met the night before. Cirsty and Ryan join Roy and his friends at a bar on the street. The group are surrounded by supporters from other countries. Cirsty and Ryan look at each other and decide they made the right decision to come to the World Cup. Cirsty asks Ryan where his team members are and he replies that Roy and the boys are his new team. Cirsty thinks she could be in trouble ...
I came to Sao Paolo mainly because I had two contacts there who offered to put me up. Other travelers warn that it's nothing but a concrete jungle, and it's not worth our time as a traveler. I went anyway, and I'm glad I did. It wasn't gorgeous or amazing, but it was a busy, big city with a lot to offer. I'm sure that staying with locals helped improve my opinion, but I've learned that in some jungles, you just need a local guide. I arrived on overnight bus. It wasn't glamorous ...
... coordinating our way around so we found a nice park by the art museum and chilled out in there for a few hours, it was the first place where we had our personal space back! It is a mega city and we only wanted to stay the one night before a 16 hour bus ride to Florianopolis, it was too busy and crazy, a number of the locals told us it is unsafe so it did put us off a bit. Next stop, the ...
... made from sugarcane, and with the rest of the world wanting to reduce their dependence on foreign oil, I think Brazil is poised to become a major player, if not the world leader in the supply and export of ethanol as a viable fuel source to many countries around the world. They are ready for the challenge, however do not want to invest in new mills and expansion of their crops until the world wide demand for ethanol increases, which is understandable. The bottom line is, if ...
Day 5 in Brazil, Day 4 in São Paulo, São Paulo
Belem, São Paulo, São Paulo
My Peruvian friend, Clarice and I had breakfast again at the Green Grass Hostel, We met some new faces, one from Portugal and one from Germany. We chated for a while before heading to Belem Metrô to catch the subway to Avenida Paulista (Paulista Avenue), a 2.8km avenue and one of São Paulo's most important avenues.
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