Transamerica Executive Faria Lima
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... is a huge spanned building only supported on 4 corners. It is long enough that I couldn't fit the whole thing in one photo.
We found a little market that we walked around for a bit, before heading the cultural and bohemian neighbourhood in SP. This took us to an alleyway absolutely filled with some of the sickest graffiti I have ever seen! It is one of the biggest tourist destinations here and it is pretty easy to see why.
We then continued to ibirapuera ...
... had the feel of a massive city and there were limited signs that a World Cup was taking place. Most bars are actually cheap restaurants that serve bottled pale lager with little flavour (tailored to the Brazilians who want something refreshing) but all had TV screens outside which was brilliant. After a decent nap to make up for the night flight, we had a stroll around our local area, which was pretty middle class, and ended up finding a good fast food style Indian for ...
... after arrival in Sao Paulo.
I struggled to understand where and how I could use wifi but I managed to get online 30 minutes before the last bus would head into the city at 01:30. I would either be lucky and get an immediate response from Junior, or spend the night in the airport. Fortunately, when I managed to get online Junior had already responded to a message I had sent before leaving SA requesting his cellphone number and address. At 01:30 I took the bus ...
I must start this post with a confession. I'm not very good at playing National Geographic correspondent and although I remembered my camera as I left for the party in Vila Madalena, I forgot that the memory card was in the computer. Unfortunately because of this I don't have my promised pictures for this post. It's made somewhat less of a shame by the fact that it would have been pretty hard to capture the spirit of that place in pictures. I'll try to in words.
... a number of other landmarks, which were unfortunately not easy to see as the windows of the coach kept steaming up from the rain and humidity. I tried to take a few photos, but they didn't come out to well, so I have posted them with some downloaded photos of what these landmarks look like on a clear day.
São Paulo is often compared to New York City, and is even referred to as the New York City of the Southern Hemisphere. The city even built a scaled ...