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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
Only here for 1 night for a connection onto Iguazu falls This is Brazil's largest city. We had a morning stroll to Ibirapuera park which is in the city centre and watched a bit of the marathon that was taking place. We have loved Brazil and now very excited to see Argentina! Next stop ...
... because it wasn't supposed to be that far and I think everyone felt realtively safe (even me, and I'm a big baby when it comes to any city, nevermind a foreign city where our guide told us not to hold our cell phone out from our body!). Anyway, we didn't find it right away and as we got further from Avenue Paulista I was not nearly as comfortable although I never said anything. Everything in Sao Paulo is gated which starts to bring into ...
... easily stolen when in any
After the mall I went home and had a quick rest then my friend’s
sister was kind enough to drop me off at Paulista Avenue, the pride and
joy of Sao Paulo as according to everything I’ve read. I did not take
any camera equipment since it was still raining pretty hard which means
still no photos sowwy. Paulista Ave is pretty interesting and features
its own ...
... concoction of hot sauce to accompany their meals. I tried each and every one, although of course regretted some as they only enhanced my lovely tropical glow by adding sweat to my sun-burned forehead.
The fruity, spicy, seafood cuisine of Brazil has been amazing. However, I’m a little worried for what us pescatarians may face next, as guidebook states, “The cuisine of Argentina can be summed up in one word: ...
... Reais (R$) - 40p
* A Beer: Brahma - 3.50 R$
Both loved the favela tour in Rio - a respectful and fascinating tour showing how one sixth of the city's population lives - refused to acknowledge by the Brazilian government until recently* Low:
Adjusting to the heat and dormitory life.* Really? That's so interesting..
Socialist to the core, any business with more than 2 employees must provide lunch/vouchers.