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... which caused sand to whip our legs as we explored. Some dunes were humongous and the views from the top were incredible. There was nothing separating the sand from the sky and the dunes seemed to go on for infinity. We walked down one of the dunes and swam (I paddled) in the blue waters below. It wasn't deep; approximately chest height and it was lukewarm. There was a lot of algae floating around as we noticed from the yellow stains on stu and Neill's shirts. ...
... br> We headed off to where the river joins the ocean,disembarked and made our way onto a huge deserted beach, in the middle of which was a thatched palm shack with about 12 hammocks swinging in the breeze.A siesta some fresh grilled fish and we headed back on the boat for our return jorney,which took about an hour.
At the hotel ,hot and sweaty ,I asked the waiter..."Jo quiero bierbede cveza frio por favor"..and sure enough i was soon nursing an ice cold Brahma beer.
The bus from Rio to São Paulo took 6 hours. They said they were gonna take a break midway so people would get a chance to stretch their legs etc, but either they didnt, or we totally missed it, because we woke up when the bus stopped in São Paulo o.O
Lightly disoriented we jumped bus and grabbed our gear and the mad dash across São Paulo commenced.
We need to cross ...
... come on, this is Brazil! We eventually got our day underway by walking to the Futebol Museum. This is located at the Pacaembu Stadium and preparations for todays big match between two local rivals were underway. Unfortunately tickets were sold out so we had to be content with the very modern and romantic museum. It was good fun to walk around this museum and see photos and footage of Brazilian football since it ...
We visited the city center and the business quarter where you can find a church just in a middle, in case you want to confess after you bankrupt someone. There is a park in the middle of the city that remain the Malta Atlantica forest that use to be here before the city.
When we finish our visit, we had a huge storm who created a power cut in the all neighborhood
so we had to cook next to the candle.