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... a trekingovyma botama.
Odpoledne jsme ale videli jinou tvar Sao Paula. Rozhodli jsme se, ze chceme videt vic z centra mesta a chteli jsme se dostat na vrchol jednoho z mrakodrapu, aby jsme meli vyhled. Bohuzel, kdyz jsme tam dosli uz meli zavreno, tak jsme se vydali na nedalekou ‘obecni trznici’, kde jsme se nejspis nechali trochu nachytat a koupili jsme si hrozne predrazene ovoce. Potom jsme se trochu prochazeli ulicemi a dosli jsme do nejstarsiho ...
... well for us. Blake finishes up his book, Lone Survivor while I contemplate life in between glass of Johnny Walker, I had left my book in the airport in Lima. Eventually, it is time to head out and we make our way to the gate, stopping to do one last bit of shopping, and get to the gate in time to board with our group.
The trip was everything we could have imagined, both the Inca Trail and the World Cup in Rio. Trip of a ...
... So nice of her. Seriously the people in Sao Paolo are really hospitable. I would suggest people try to get to know Sao Paolo through some locals. They really love their city and there is a lot to see. They have a bit of a complex about the traffic and the distances (after all, 22 million people live there), but being from the SF Bay Area this seemed totally normal for me. I had a great time there. Four days was enough, but I enjoyed them a lot. And now I've also made some good friends ...
... took pictures of the murals, I tried not to walk into the walls as I was obviously enamored. Then he bought breakfast of pão de queijo while we chatted about jumping out of things in the sky. I believe this is the definition of "man".
So, while São Paulo is not necessarily a traveler’s destination, there is always something to find if you look hard enough, and get lucky enough to have a local show you the way. ...
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Ethanol produced from sugarcane provides energy that is renewable and less ...