Mercure Sao Paulo Paraiso
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... cream cheese, chicken and small shrimp). I had a fish pastel with the Guaranį a typical Brazilian fizzy drink.
At the art gallery there was an amazing exhibition of materials used in building starting from a tree branch and moving through the evolution stages until we get to brick. My tour ended at the art gallery and now I had to get to my next destination – Viracopos.
Renatta was ...
... a few chairs into a circle and at 8pm on the dot the drums started. We'd missed out on a proper samba night in Rio but Marcel had more than made up for that tonight. Our generous host kept supplying us with beer all night until eventually at 2pm, anticipating the early start next morning, we called it a night.
Saturday 12th October - Day 20
Its not often Kelly awakes with a hangover and I don't. So when she did today I didn't ...
... native Haitian food. I felt right at home and totally forgot how rainy it was outside.
There was even more excitment to come. Right before we got to our hotel Caesar on Paulista Avenue, we were entertained by the festivities of the largest LGBT parade in the world. We stayed on the sidewalk and danced to the music and took pictures.
Later, we took a walk through town to find a bar where we ...
... rides a motorbike.
Sao Paulo, thanks for the reminder : this is not for me. I don't want to waste my life in traffic. Thanks. But no thanks. If I have to live in Sao Paulo, which might actually happen, I'll do like I did last time I lived in Paris : first find my job and second find a place to live that is no further than 20 minutes away. Even if this means a higher rent. My daily saved hours of life are worth a higher rent. Thank you very ...
... window at the wrong time, a family surrounded their mini red car thats front window was smashed in, they had hit a motorcyclist, his limp body on the ground face down and a further 2 meters from the car, no movement, no helmet and blood. It didn't look good and their wasn't anything we could do about it except drive right by. A further 10 minutes down the road the ambulance went screaming past us with lights flashing - hopefully that meant he was will alive an on his way ...