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I arrived around 10pm last night, after my 2 day journey from Wellington. The flights were ok because I was entertained by movies and tv programs. I watched an entire series of Downtown Abbey which I had missed while travelling and the one off series Broadchurch which I hadn't seen but heard everyone raving about before we left. The first flight was only an hour to Auckland and a domestic flight. Then I had a 2 1/2 hours to before the next one to Melbourne. This was just about enough ...
I still can't believe that I am actually in Brazil. It probably has to do with the fact that the first city I am visiting is the biggest city in Brazil, which is very metropolitan. Now since the city is so big, it takes a while to explore the city. Luckily I met a fantastic Brazlian couple in Amsterdam two months before I left. They happen to live in São Paulo and have been really kind ...
... couple that english was not required in their curriculum and that they would pay an additional school just to teach them english. Back to the story, a girl approached us and asked if I was Jesha and I thought, "yes! woo!". I said goodbye to Rafael and went with the girl. Her name is Larissa, Lari for short (again, I'm assuming with the spelling) and she drove me to Unicamp to meet up with the VP, André, so I could get settled in and rest. And here I ...
As a young woman, I feel a huge threat from what I've heard and seen in brazil. So much so that I am afraid to leave my house alone and would never leave my neighborhood alone! But, as families do, we fight. Often. Suddenly this house feels like a single room and I wish I were halfway to the dreaded Shanghai on a raft. (Yes, the slow boat ...
... Palm Tree Hearts) Pie was divine. Lunch was ready and waiting every day. During my time in Saõ Paulo I lived like a king.
São Paulo seems like a completely different country to Bahia (the state that Salvador, Itacare and Arrial d´Adjuda are in). Bahia has a population with a much greater African background and tourists really stand out. I had to stop off in a city called Ilheus in Bahia to pick up some more emergency cash (yes my dramas with Westpac bank ...
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