Hotel Fasano Sao Paulo
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... down many valleys at once and see any enemies coming and to be able to avoid landslides by being above all potential falling rock. They also grew over 3,000 types of potato, some of which could be dehydrated in the sun and preserved for nearly 600 years. Being up so high on these Incan ruins also meant that I was able to spot all the weird and wonderful football pitch locations – you could be in a remote mountain-top village of literally no more than 20 people, and there ...
... good. After breakfast we got ready and headed out to the streets of Sao Paulo. Our first stop was the Calixito Saturday market which is a famous market that Sao Paulo hosts every Saturday where they sell souvenirs, antiques, etc. The market was HUGE and had everything you could think of. There were also shops surrounding the market in addition to multiple food stands. You could spend hours here for sure. Come ready to shop and spend your time looking at the beautiful ...
... flying, i saw the first impression of the city of Sao Paulo from the airplane: I was stunned by the endless amount of officebuildings and skyscrapers. This city is massive indeed!!
After I landed, I got picked up by Gabriela, I really nice girl from my host university USP. The travel from the airport to my apartment amazed me even more: The traffic in Sao Paulo is crazy and I was really glad she could ...
Today is a very important day because my classmates are presenting our last master's group work and at the same time, it is the last day of my Master's program. I have been thinking of them and feeling not so good about not being there supporting my team and celebrating the end of two incredible years together. Anyway, I am here now and I don't want to miss anything by being worried about something that can not be changed.
... floor, where we were given 5 minutes to wander around the observation deck and take a look at São Paulo's skyscraper dominated skyline. The city stretched off to the horizon in all directions - it really is a massive place. From here we walked the short distance to the monastery, where we got to see the Benedictine monks chanting for a bit, which was nice, as was the monastery's church with a lovely stained glass window above the altar. From here, we went to ...