Transamerica Executive Congonhas
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... where my gate is, and I see a cafe. Cool, I'm getting hungry. Since I'm in Brazil (still can't get over that) I asked for a coxinha and an orange juice. Coxinhas are amazing and you should google them right after this to see what it is. I'm going to try to find a way to make them. Anyway, I gave the lady my card and she ran it credit and it didn't work so she tried debit. And it didn't work. And I was like, what the heck. I went to have a seat, hating myself for ...
... for a bar to go in before knocking it on the head and just deciding to stay on the streets for the night when we realised that 1 it was more fun and 2 you could buy food & drinks from any number of street vendors (some of whol even accepted card payments! Thanks but no thanks) The night consisted of chatting to random people on the streets, listening to the music and chants of the locals and also walking around asking people whether they were aware that the brazil score ...
... We were soooo full and decided to make use of their free minibus shuttle service home despite it only being a 10 minute walk...ridiculous! If you are ever in São Paulo make sure you go to Vento Haragano! Tuesday was Ash's birthday and we went for a picnic in a really nice park similar to New York's Central Park, before heading to the Fan Fest for Brazil v Mexico - luckily we got in there early as they had to close the gates and get the riot police to block the crowds! We ...
... some what less stressful and much more of a comfortable ride it was only a couple of miles but took over an hour as the roads were packed, never seen such a busy city with so much traffic. It total it took us nearly 3 hours from the airport to hostel it was that busy with the rush hour. Glad we don't live in London and any other major city as we couldn't do that every day. Once we had unpacked we went out for dinner to ...
Today was our transit day from Rio to Sao Paulo, we got up early, cleaned up everything and got on a long bus ride. The 6 hour trip was actually quite comfortable and we found the bus system to be very efficient and well organized.
Here are simply a few pictures from the road.