San Juan Business Sao Paulo
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Hola from Brazil! This is my story of my 3 days in Paraty (pronounced para-cheeee), and what I've learned about Brazil.... 1) Brazil has a winter. Flying into Brazil I was expecting to be drenched in sweat and covered in mosquito bites from the go. Every picture I've ever seen of Brazil involves bikinis and beaches and I naively thought it was a …
Ok, can we just stop for a sec and appreciate the fact that JESS IS IN BRAZIL!? It's kind of bittersweet, though, because, although I have a five hour layover, I can't leave the airport and see Brazil because I didn't buy the visa because, ha $160 for five hours? Mm, no. Especially because in August, Americans are no longer required to have visas to go to Brazil, as the US is taking away the requirement for Brazilians. So I'll get my Brazilian adventure some day. The flight ...
... had set up a big fan site with a huge screen right next door to the metro station, which was perfect! The only problem was the ground was a further 45 minute walk since you had to walk through what felt like a maze since the entire site was unfinished... There were so many touts outside the ground selling tickets for ridiculous prices, up to $1,000, but there were so many buyers with signs round their necks ...
... me a little of Central Park in New York. I went to the afro-brazilian museum which was an interesting mix of exhibits which I didn't really understand because of the alien Portuguese language but it was visually rich and well done so I enjoyed it. I ascended Sao Paulo's equivalent of New York's Empire State Building for panoramic views across the giant city and boy it's not until you're up there that you can fully grasp the ...
... big dinner. In the Evening we went to a hotel called the Unique Hotel, built in the shape of an old ship with a bar on the rooftop called sky bar. It was a lot like the standard we went to in LA, similar expensive prices too. It did have a fantastic view thought of the sky line at night, a beautiful pool and fancy seating. We had cocktails and pizza and stayed a few hours before heading back home. On to rio ...