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We arrived at our hotel, the Sheraton Sao Paulo WTC Hotel. The hotel is so welcoming and has a lot of amazing amenities. We each have our own suite, where butler service is provided, as well a lounge with free snacks, soda, and alcohol from 7-9 each night. I could live in this hotel!
After a long day of flying, I am going to enjoy a good night's sleep in this amazing ...
... 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 ...
... few who ventured out in search of new lands to explore. One of their objectives was to plant sugarcane in newly discovered areas in order to produce sugar. Examples of this include sugarcane plantations in Cape Verde, the Azores and Madeira islands, all of which were settled by the Portuguese. In Brazil, cultivation began in 1532 after the first expedition by famed navigator and explorer Martim Afonso de Souza. At the outset, sugarcane was planted in regions rich in ...
... of his piano skills and I showed a few of mine and we stuck around to watch some other people playing. After a while we met some cool paulistas, one of whom is a music student. She played a little for us. She was pretty good. It was a fun new experience playing the piano at the station and watching other strangers playing too. I hope to see more things like that in public places. Things that put us out of our daily routine ...
... popcorn he had purchased in Sao Paul bus station - what a yank.
I revelled in the joy of finishing my book while G is still under 50% of the way through hers - or so her Kindle tells her. During the ride up to the coast I questioned everything I could see including some flags I didn't recognise, which turned out to be the flag for Sao Paulo state. It seems that every country has a flag, every state has a flag and every city has a flag. That is ...
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