Slaviero Fast Sleep Guarulhos
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Playing catch up during the Brazil v Cameroon game has to be about the most unsociable thing you can do in this country. And it makes it very difficult to concentrate when it sounds like midnight on 31 December every few minutes. But occasionally it REALLY goes off, like it did at 5.17pm when Brazil (I believe) scored. Eventually, I get a call from across the road and I am invited to join the fun and watch the game with them. This means you can't ...
... meat, and wanted something a bit lighter. It was a nice walk to the restaurant from the hotel, but much needed after all the eating I've been doing during the trip. The food was tasty, although, I'm not a sushi fan, I did try it, and wasn't that crazy about it--I just kept to fully cooked shrimp dish! Also, it's been interesting ordering food in another language, the wait staff knew little English, but hey we ...
... 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Another one of experiences never to be forgotten is the hostel we stayed in... run by an American guy and his family who are part of a religion dubbed 'the moonies' which believes in love matching to find you a spouse, based on the theory of bringing two people together who have opposite traits and even physical features (such as someone with a small nose being matched to someone with a big nose- the example he used!); he told us one ...
... were fearful we would have to wait another hour and that the same thing would happen at the Argentinian checkpoint, we contemplated walking the 3 km but were told it was very dangerous because there was no walkway (they neglected to mention the 4m wide verge you could easily walk on). Thankfully, we only had to wait 35mins for the next bus and when we arrived at the Argentinian checkpoint, there was quite a group of us English speaking people and we shadowed that bus driver (as he had to ...
Due to the various misadventures on Ilha Grande/Angra dos Reias we ended up only having a day in Sao Paulo and we were determined to do as much as we could. The lovely people at Olah Hostel helped us out with where to go and didnŽt charge us for the night weŽd missed. We wandered round the old town centre, saw the theatre, monastery of St Bento (Benedict: nothing to do with sushi), and cathedral (Sao Paulo of course). We wanted down to ...