Tsue Bienal Flat
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... to being only 60%25 German fan so far. São Paolo was interesting and we looked destined to return. The number of homeless people was mind boggling. The amount of concrete was insanity. The day to day smells were appalling. The population of the city is the same as Australia!, yes you read that correctly. All in all, I pick Australia any day of the week. Thanks São Paolo see you for the semis! Barney ...
... nights in Sao Paulo we ate there. It was a pizza joint and ate mini pizza's when they were R$4 each (NZ$2), how couldn't you.
We spent the morning hanging round the hostel doing admin while waiting for Liz to arrive, then headed to a nearby park for a wander around.
The next day Liz had sorted a walking tour, we decided to get up early to discover the city, we woke to pouring rain so decided not to rush. With it raining off and ...
... him and with a sad look in his eyes he said he had not yet seen his daughter.She with her mother were in India.He had been trying for two years to get his wife a visa for the UK but to no avail.Here this poor chap was ,working two jobs ,paying taxes to the UK government,yet his wife could not join him.
We arrived in good time and my Tamil driver gave me a big warm smile, the trip has started.
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... is the #1 Search site in BR and the #1 trraffic site in 32 cities within Brazil The search is the same as YELP and Google Maps is powered by their brand, MapLink, in Brazil. There was some very interesting explanations about how data is collected on every individual and used through cell phones, web data and even car GPS tracking that is mandated in Brazil for insurance.
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... the metro station was just a 3 minute walk away, as I was only able to beat him half-heartedly before I needed to lie down.
Our hostel was lovely - the owner bakes a cake every day, the bar was cheap and the beds actually had nice bedding. We were staying in Vila Madalena, the artsy part of Sao Paolo, and quickly found an amazing deli with a cafe. After 2 yummy beers and much-needed fresh food, Sampa (as it's known in Brazil) was winning our votes. Ollie's sandwich was ...