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... the place and told us that a little red haired German lad with trousers up to his nipples pulled three times the week before. It was sure thing that we would pull. It was as much of a guarantee as Aoife Carrol's next post on Instagram being of a tuna steak from Salt Cafe in Monkstown with the caption "Sunday Brunch" or "Sure this is it". So the three of us, Richard and two other lads from our hostel walked down to Gringo Tuesday expecting big things. When we walked in the door it ...
... through some parks and market areas. There were a lot of bands dotted around. The guide informed us this is a city wide drive to get people out and about.
Two and a half hours in it started to rain, so Ed and I cut a hasty exit. I feel a bit bad not hanging around to tip the guide as he did a really good job, but at that point it was already starting to feel like a bit of a drag.
I'm heading south ...
From the tranquility of my last couple of stops, I leapt into the chaos of São Paulo. The southern hemisphere's largest city is like London on acid. Skyscrapers stretch up all around you and the air on the streets is thick. Swarms of power-dressed people who clearly have somewhere very important to be march on and off the metro with purpose. Nobody even batted an eye lid when I managed to get myself stuck in the train ...
... s flat, Becky Fransisco and I went out walking to explore the city (later realizing it was actually valentines day so it was very kind of them to let me third-wheel the day!). It was lovely to get to know both them and the city better and to celebrate a long afternoon of walking we went for a (very expensive but totally worth it) beer at the highest bar in the city. The view was quite honestly breathtaking: it was amazing to see the city sprawled out as far as you ...
... Luckily the weather had improved from our early morning arrival. It was a sunny Sunday and unseasonably warm for Brazilian winter, so the locals were out in hoards. The beautiful scenery and amazing people watching made for a perfect introduction to Sao Paulo.
For our welcome dinner we went to a traditional Brazilian BBQ. Each patron is given a small circular chip that has a green side and a ...