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Alright. So far all we've done is eat and walk around in São Paulo, apart from watching the Belgium vs Korea match yesterday. Today was quite unproductive as we woke up late and we had to figure out our next travel plans to Salvador (cheapest way was 300 per person on a 31hr bus ride!) for the next match before having a super filling lunch buffet. Afterwards we made our way to the mercado ...
After a long day of walking sustained by only a couple pieces of
toast, and a triple espresso. I went back to the hotel for a rest and a
little freshening up. I figured I needed to get preemptive on the impending crash.
But first, a pit stop at the Irish Pub around the corner. O’Malley’s. I
had planned to stop in last night, but it was crowded and loud when I
walked by with a line out the ...
... instead of the usually basic alcohol). Off to market for the evening dining provisions and back to the apartment to get the cooking underway. Guests arrive and individually introduced, the wine plentiful and constantly flowing. Dinner complete and 8 bottles of wine later (uncle dougs will be happy to know that no wines were harmed by additions of lemonade or coke in tonight's consumptions)- time for ...
... having withdrawal symptoms and very much enjoyed my dinner of sushi and green tea.
This morning was cold and cloudy - for Brazil - and I had a lazy walk down Avenida Paulista enjoyed an apple, ginger and coconut super juice - the Paulistas are famous for their juices and went to an open air arts and crafts market and Sť Cathdedral. ...
Hello guys! We have just realised that we have had more than a thousand visitors during the past year and probably not all of you speak portuguese, so if you are looking for tips from Chile/Bolivia in english, please let us know (write a poist here) and we will be glad to communicate through e-mail!!
The destination is absolutelly worth visiting!
Pedro and Dani