Transamerica Executive Congonhas
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... we were crossing the road a Harley Davidson motorcycle crew drove past. As I say crew, I mean literally over 1,000 motorbikes closed the road for any other sort of traffic. It was pretty amazing to hear all of the honking, and the noises of the bikes as they rode past. But it was also annoying as anything because we all wanted to cross the road
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... city. It has the largest amount of homeless people we have ever seen, whilst being the capital of the world for personal helicopter rides due to the horrendous traffic and copious amounts of billionaires. It also has the second biggest population of Japanese outside of Japan (obviously) and the third biggest population of Italians outside of Italy and New York, so there is some good food to be had!! Our hotel and the bars didn't have the same welcoming vibe as Manaus - ...
I arrived in Sao Paulo just before mid-night, local time. I was to stay in Sao Paulo until 18 March for my flight to Porto Alegre where I would be based for the following 3 months to come. I had sent my old Brazilan friend a facebook message 2 days earlier that I would be in Sao Paulo. He responded and invited me to stay in his house. That was the last I heard heard from him and without his cellphone number or address the only way I could contact him was on facebook at ...
... staff, so we've headed on towards the coast - to a town called Paraty. The weather in São Paulo was really hot and sunny (apart from the first day when we got drenched walking 200m from the metro station to the hostel), but unfortunately our first day in Paraty was met with grey clouds and drizzling rain, which is not what you want when the primary activities are water sports. Oh well. Much love ...
... the moment.
From there we walked to Pátio do Colégio. Pátio do Colégio is an archaeological site and these ruins are considered elements of the first ever construction built in São Paulo. In the square in front of the church is a monument called Glória Imortal aos Fundadores de São Paulo (Immortal Glory to the Founders of Sao Paulo). This is considered to be the spot where the cit of São Paulo started.
The coach picked us up again and we ...