Mabu Refugio Cheiro De Mato
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... experience and took us all way our of our comfort zone but we all had so much fun and havnt stopped talking about it!
The next day before our flight we wandered around Sao Paulo's Villa Madalena which was a really vibrant cool, graffiti covered area. Bronagh made sure we went to Coffee Lab where they roasted their own coffee beans....really good coffee and atmosphere.
Sao Paulo was definitely worth the stop over.
... the market there was a bit more space to breath and we followed various tourist signs to the cities attractions although "attractions" is a bit of a strong word. Half the time we didn't know what we were supposed to be looking at. The city itself just seems really bland and has no real identity. There is also a lot of graffiti and derelict buildings. Apparently the downtown area is a no go area in the evenings due to all the crack ...
... some of the simple steps by Eber, I would stop dead in the middle of the dance floor to stare dumbfounded at the skill of the pairs of people being twisted, turned and lifted in the air around me. We had a long night in there, soaking up the music and dancing. I also really enjoyed the people watching as it was lovely to see that people were of all ages, sizes, in different kinds of dress (some formal, some casual), yet they all shared in common the love of the ...
... be the world's best conversation partner. Today she worked with me on practicing the god-forsaken conjugation of the verb fazer. I can't imagine how frustrating it would be to spend twenty minutes with someone who hazes yet to master the verb to had, but she somehow tolerates it.
Learning a language is a torturous but beautiful thing. Everyone in my host family is fantastic about speaking only in Portuguese with me. If it really is true that a romance language is ...
Thursday- February 14
The bus to Sao Paulo was certainly a lot smoother than some of the previous buses. It was not completely full, so we managed 2 seats each and could spread out (within reason) to sleep. It was also on time- so when we arrived at the bus terminal in Sao Paulo, we booked our ticket to Rio asap. The bus terminal in Sao Paulo (according to an email from Mum), is the 2nd biggest in the world. It is also extremely modern and organized. We then had ...