Fazenda Bela Vista
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Life doesn't get easier for a gringo brother in Brazil. Finally settled in our hostel in Belo Horizonte where our room has cold water only and wifi only works downstairs. It's just as well, cause the rooms have more bunks than my year 8 attendance record and I was assigned up top. Sleeping on top of another dude ain't my thang.
Following my last entry, i spent that weekend walking around the town on my dolo while benny and ...
The next day reality set in. England were out and there was no cake and beer for breakfast. Being in São Paulo for 3 days and mainly partying, it was time to do some cultured ****. We headed to an art museum with an exhibition of a Japanese artist. We queued for 1 hour to get into the museum and then another hour to get into the exhibition. During this time my hangover and tiredness really kicked in and I listed many of the things that I disliked such as ...
... NIGHT On Saturday night, after going to a pre-carnival carnival party in the street, Eber took us to a Brazilian dance club for one of the most fun nights I've had yet. We had a short dance lesson when we first arrived there (I can't remember the name of the style but it was very authentic), which was fun yet bloody difficult. Then following the lesson there were 2 separate, yet equally amazing live bands, with a dj playing some great songs in-between them. The music ...
... at the store and played cards while drinking more back at the hotel!!
The next day we did a walking tour of the centro area of Sao Paulo which was really interesting and went up the hightest building in the city to see a 360 degree view of the hundreds of skyscrapers and the helicopter taxis that the rich people use to get around!
There had been riots in many Brazilian cities ...
... our guide Fernando, who enjoyed our group so much that he joined us for the evening. The hotel is built like a big wooden boat and the top floor has a restaurant and outdoor bar on the top floor with skyline views of São Paulo. It was quite beautiful. After many beers we finally sat down to eat around 10:30. Food was really good with big potions. I had a risotto with local ingredients like beans, fried quail eggs and some other stuff I can't remember. It was a real good ...