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... is like the Central park equivalent of SP. Sam and I walked around a bit exploring, but we were both so tired so it was a pretty short visit. It had a huge water fountain and some really pretty jacaranda trees, and was filled with people exercising and chilling out. Also a really popular spot for slacklining due to the huge number of trees.
We went back to Bruno's house, and had a nap before getting ready to head out. Jess and Rod's auntie and uncle were throwing a ...
... 4 weeks into living and breathing the world cup football doesn't just seem like a game. You can feel how much it means to people and if I'm honest how much it means to me. Its only after being here and doing it that you really understand how much of a life changing event this is, my first and hopefully not last world cup...what a blast!
One more game...excited doesn't even come close.
... where she thought I should travel to next in her home country. I'd been thinking of Salvador, the major city in Bahia as certain friends back home recommended it but Livia reckons it's just another city and that I'm better off checking out the Southern Bahia coast from Porto Seguro, moving North, which she describes as a tropical paradise. Having been paid the last remaining wages owed to me, I immediately book my flight to Porto Seguro leaving the same evening as Aidan is ...
... And the bar scene goes all night with the beautiful 20-somethings (who could buy and sell Lindsey Lohan), filling $500-minimum bottle service tables, draped all over each other. Everyone here appears to be in passionate, Telenovela-type love.
My friend and fellow Bronco fan, Ian, and I brought some American passion to town at O'Malley's where the NFL kickoff was being "transmitted" and the ...
... I walked the mile to the bar but thought walking back was pushing my luck. I caught my first bus ride of the trip. I knew that it would cost 3R but that is all. Its funny how each town has a different bus riding process, pay when you get on, pay when you get off, prepay, cash, etc, kind of odd, since I is just a bus after all.
In São Paulo, the busses have a weird cage. You get on and walk back a few ...