Slaviero Executive Jardins
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... is pretty decent. It has a lot of ammenaties that seem like bonuses at this point. Dorms that aren't overcrowded, proper hot water showers (finally I can have a shave!) and best of all fast Wifi! I can finally upload/dropbox some photos! Though if you can't get these things in the biggest city on the continent there may be bigger problems... Washing is still extortionatlly high at £7 though. Will have to wait until the next town to get on that.
... in their favourite activities of sleeping and pooping. I am starting to fear that julian may have narcolepsy. He spends more time with his eyes shut than a yoga instructor on xanax.
One highlight of this promenade in town was the etheral catedral da se. It is sao paulo's biggest cathedral and out the front there are a series of preachers giving animated sermons on some mel gibson ****. I filmed one dude (will add to facebook) who ...
... dancing (even if they weren't all of the same ability). I realised that in the uk when we go to a club, the dancing is so secondary all too often to the drinking, getting dolled up and taking photos of yourselves all dolled up. Yet in Brazil, in this club at least, it was completely different. It didn't matter what you did / didn't drink, who you came with or what you were wearing. All that mattered was that you were there to enjoy the music and have a great time on the dance ...
§ 5:00PM After visits, return transfer to hotel
§ Dinner on own
§ Overnight: Hotel Caesar Business Paulista, Sao Paulo (4)
Wednesday, June 5, 2013 - Our last day of visits in Sao Paulo
We have an extra hour to sleep today since both visits are in Sao Paulo today. I'm taking advantage of it and had to rush to get breakfast.
We are off to UNICA, the ...
... or Vila Olimpia areas, you're safe. The city center has been known to be a target area so I tried to avoid it. And obviously don't go to the favelas without a good guide and a healthy dose of bravado.
People - The people are very friendly and curious about foreigners. However, they will not speak slowly, even if you ask. Poverty is still a big issue in Sao Paulo. I did not see as much as I thought I would, but then again I'm in an affluent area.