Hotel Fasano Sao Paulo
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... Ryan decides that McDonald's tastes different in Brazil. The pairs eyes are opened to a new world when they walk into a supermarket to find that it sells everything from fridges to outdoor furniture and of course all your grocery needs. Ryan is more than pleased when he converts beer prices back to Australian dollars. The pair decide that they should cook dinner tonight. They walk up and down the aisles trying to find gravy mix to ...
Day 16: Maranduba to Sao Paulo
After a week in Maranduba, it was time to move on. A really relaxing week and importantly the tan was getting there!
During the course of the week, some of the guys staying at Conveis had raved about Florianopilis, an island to the South in the state of Santa Catarina. So the plan changed again........ I headed back to stay with Mikey in Sao Paulo for a few days with the plan ...
... and then, once installed, some of the guys there insisted we share a plate of the delicious food they'd cooked. How often would any of this happen to foreigners in London?
Having wanted to see quite a few things in the city, we only had time to check out one fairly small area around Chinatown. S. P. is MASSIVE! In fact, on the bus leaving town later that day we were still driving past full on skyscrapers ...
... In 2003 these limits were set at a minimum of 20% and a maximum of 25%. Since July 1, 2007 the mandatory blend is 25% of anhydrous ethanol and 75% gasoline or E25 blend. The lower limit was reduced to 18% in April 2011 due to recurring ethanol supply shortages and high prices that take place between harvest seasons. The Brazilian car manufacturing industry developed flexible-fuel vehicles that can run on any proportion of gasoline (E20-E25 blend) and hydrous ...
... our next destination, Foz Do Iguassu, so we decided to stay a couple of nights. I had always wanted to go to Sao Paulo mainly just to say I had been there but i was very glad we didn't listen to the critics.
21st Feb - We got up early to catch our 0930 bus (I know to you workers back at home this isn't early but since we are now 'bums' we don't get up early much), in true Brazilian fashion it turned up late and we probably left near 1015. It was a six ...
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