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... It turned out that Sao Paulo was quite a good place for saving money - not only were we staying with Priscilla for free, but the city really isnīt built for tourists and is very much based around work. It's also the biggest city in Brazil, and the whole of South America...which makes it pretty massive (Priscilla and her friends looked at us like we were from another planet when we told them that Scotland's population only reached 5 million)! After the beaches of Ilha Grande, ...
... rolls- I'm sure each one would have 250g of thinly sliced meat stuffed into the gaping buns.
A quick coffee stop- our very fine short blacks and ristrettos are served with shot glasses of mineral water to cleanse the palate. No time to linger here as we speed past stalls of bacalau, others of spices, some with dried fruit, others of fresh meats and chicken... the delicatessen which had bottles of fish sauce and coconut milk hanging from ...
... the building. Chilling in the sun we were having a relaxing time. But 5 mins later it became a lot more fun to be sitting outside. The skys darkened and massive flashes started to appear across the sky.
The noise was incredible to hear. It was all around us for a few minutes, then it was directly above us. I had never seen lighting so strong before. It didn't take long before we retreated to inside the hostel. The rain ...
... at Bovinus in Reboucas (one beer/glass of wine per person and water included)
§ 10:00PM Return to hotel
Overnight: Hotel Caesar Business Paulista, Sao Paulo (1)
Airport Sao Paulo, June 2
We arrived on time in Sao Paulo. I was a bit tired. I had a more difficult time than usual sleeping on the plane. We know before we left that we were going to be taking a tour because we couldn't check into the hotel until the afternoon. ...
... types up the description again, signs on it to show what I've paid, and points me over to the packing counter.
8) At this counter, everything that people are buying is piled up in carrier bags, each with a piece of paper with a description of the goods on it. I hand over my piece of paper from the till, and the woman then checks every bag to match up the description on the 2 pieces of paper.
9) She finally locates my carrier bag, and we're free to go.
10) We need to ...