Pousada Terra Madre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... story which I’d heard years ago about Ronaldo – that if he had a tattoo of Jesus on his chest, it would do more for the profile of Jesus than Neymar.
Sitting in a lounge chair in Australia, no doubt the impression is gained that the host cities are going World Cup mad. I have been in Sao Paulo for the last week, and other than when Brazil is playing, it would be easy to think the games are on in another country. It’s not only the ...
... city. From there I had to get the metro and change lines. The whole journey took just over an hour and cost $7.45 Reals (about £2.50) whereas a taxi would have cost about £40. First impressions, not many people speak English and not much is written in English but with my limited knowledge of French and Spanish I managed to bumble my way through. The metro system is a bit old fashioned, you get a small card ticket which gets swallowed up by the machine as you enter. This was ...
Posted by: Tim
The rain had stopped and the sun was out for our bus ride to Sao Paulo which took us along some beautiful coastline before pulling into built up city of Sao Paulo. Everyone, including the locals had their own take on this city and opinions varied. Trip Advisor this week put it in their Top Ten upcoming cities to visit so it must be doing something right. We braved the Metro (underground) to get to our hostel ...
... part of this trip I worried about. What if his flights got delayed? Then what? But he's safe and sound in our room in Santiago. He tells me we have an awesome corner room and can see the Andes and the City. Well at least someone gets to enjoy the room :)
Only a short time left before heading to my gate, so I'll sign off here. Next blog will be from Chile.
... us a lovely seafood curry for dinner. Edo took us for the compulsory tour of the city including the palace, a walk of the massive Ibirapuera Park at 11pm (scary but certainly a wake up) with some history and personal stories added in.
On Tuesday morning our flights were still not confirmed so the morning was again spent on the phone. After a very late reply from Lan we were off to the airport for our flight to Lima, Peru. ...