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... In the lobby we were greeted by Monica, who gave us a little tip about dinner and checks in Brazil – always ask for the check when the waiter serves the main course, and the tip came in handy already that night, when Sargam, Haz and I went to dinner at the hotel. We also ordered our first Caipirinha, which was the perfect welcome to Brazil! Straight after dinner (at 10pm) we went to bed and it was fantastic (and needed) to get a full ...
... and apparently they have shot horror films there. On route to our next destination the museum of football we came across the FAAP an art museum for special exhibitions. It had a lovely entrance hall and was showing work by the famous photographer Mario Testino. It’s called In Your Face and exhibits some of his famous celebrity photos including photos of stars like Gisele, J-Lo, Lady Gaga, Kate Moss etc. It was pretty amazing and ...
... those air plane mags, and was keen to come. However when I arrived at the entrance, all the gates were closed, save for a small gap in the pedestrian entrance next to the unmanned guard's cabin.
Without really considering if it was the right thing to do or not, I wandered into the courtyard, and followed the signs to the exhibition. I passed the administration offices on the way and nobody looked up, so hey, I just kept going.
... we met up with Eliot for dinner at Speranza, a pizzeria recommended by the Lonely Planet. Sao Paulo claims to have better pizzas than Italy - didn't quite agree this time!
On board a surprisingly comfy bus, we began a 12 hour journey to Florianopolis, our final beach stop in Brazil. More to follow later!
Have a look back at our last Carnaval entry - we´ve uploaded some more pics.
Beers consumed: Bohemia, Devassa
Anj and Nayan
... I think it's appropriate that this week goes to fellow Notre Dame '15 Daniel Sullivan. Dan and I semi-unintentionally ended up spending most of yesterday at a mostly classic rock music festival. After an hour long drive with his host mother and sister, we found ourselves in a surprisingly quaint German suburb of São Paulo called Embu das Artes.
The event was sponsored by a very classy bar, so for people who didn't want to spend a fortune the event was very ...