Fazenda Bela Vista
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... out was that our bodies were hitting new levels of fatigue each day because of our hectic schedule. And so, not surprisingly, after one drink we were all ready to go to bed. And so we dragged ourselves over to the dance floor, moved our bodies from side to side until we were just minimally satisfied and then headed back to the hotel.
The next day was cultural day. And Haz made sure we saw the ...
... Haven't seen that many people on decks since DK afters. Cray.
Tuesday was the next Brazil game. Julian and I hit the museo de futebol then off to Vila Madalena for the best nightlife Sao Paulo has to offer. It was off the richter. After the games finish and the samba bands stop everyone poors out into the street and parties there. Drinks flow and people there love the gringo. Met a series of legendary Brazilheiros who I will never ...
... to do...get the beers in. My eye was caught by a beer with Penguins on it (what more do you want). After a few drinks I headed to the game with a bunch of lads from the hostel. England were awful, Gerrard ****** up again and we were out. We had no expectations but I didn't expect it to be over that quickly. It was a long journey back to the hostel. Once we got back to the hostel few bottles of rum were brought in and at some point we headed back to the street party ...
For something a little different we arrived at São Paulo bus station early in the morning. Ate some crackers, brushed our teeth and booked our tickets for Foz do Iguaçu for the next day. Our trip to São Paulo was actually going to be a bit different as our friend Rudy, who we met on the boat, was picking us up from the metro station and we stayed at his place. After making Rudy get up early to pick us up and some breakfast we hit the city for some ...
... ended with Elizabeth Wada, professor and coordinator for the Hospitality Programme at Universidade Anhembi Morumbi. She did not gloss over the major challenges facing Brazil as a whole, which in turn create challenges specifically in the travel industry. As anyone who has been watching the news will be aware, ongoing protests continue to be an issue in Brazil. Young people are obviously frustrated with the current state of the government and ...