Pousada Terra Madre
Travel Blogs from Ilhabela
... of life and this is where the big money managers live. Does traffic jam make them struggle? Not at all! Their solution: helicopters! Helicopters fly them into their offices and back home - quick and dirty. This is what makes poor ESMT students - as usual stuck in the traffic jam - simply jealous.
So much from here - hope you enjoy a great weekend with moving traffic ;-))
... was in Sao Paulo I pretty much relaxed and updated this blog. I had seen most of Sao Paulo previously so there was no intention to do any sightseeing.
Nat’s birthday came around which was a good night. She had hired the bbq area at her unit complex where we sat around eating and drinking. It was a low key party but enjoyable in its own right. I was just glad that I had the chance to be there, to help her celebrate.
A couple ...
... laid back with food and sort of aimlessly wandering around. It didn't help things that I picked up a full blown flu while I was there that made me kind of lazy. The highlight actually came the day before I was to leave for Peru when I decided to check out Parque Iberapuera that was a little ways from my hostel and eat at this pizza place(Carmelo's) my friend Fernanda had recommended I try. It was a beautiful day once I arrived in the park and it ...
... 8217;t accept notes greater than R10. So we expected to be told to get off the bus, but he just smiled and let us stand there. We then travelled for about an hour in dense traffic beyond any area that I even remotely recognized. I started to feel slightly panicky that we were going in completely the wrong direction, so beckoned to David to talk to him about it (over the heads of several Brazilians – nobody was turned away from the already busy bus – so it ...
... awesome to see Bottles again and hang out. We got wasted, went shopping, got wasted some more, got wasted whilst shopping and even found time to head up to the 41st floor of Terraço Italia (between 3 and 4pm if you ever felt like checking it out) to have a look at the city.
It's huge. Like, really ******* massive. It's on another scale, especially compared to Auckland. All I know is a few points along the Metro lines and I ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking