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Today we started our journey to São Paulo- this involved an insanely early start, I'm talking a 4am wake up...anyway we managed to get a taxi and the guy was supposed to take us to the bus station but the was some miscommunication and he ended us taking us to the main station instead! Which was great for us saws didn't have to worry about making it on time yay! The bus was at 6:45 we waited like an hour and then we were of. It rained ...
Wow what a big city! Twenty million people and 400 museums and art galleries plus a melting pot of all sorts of beautiful Brazilians. My expectations of this massive city were very low so I was surprised to find my self becoming fond of the city and wanting to stay longer.
We went to an exhibition at MASP about Romanticism which contained paintings by Van ...
... and stole the art and killed the people. It was a good moment and it had that 60s feeling.
Jacob and I went to a Botanica which was very well stocked with things that I have never seen. Out front women were reading Tarot cards. I bought some medicinal plants from a man in front of a church. Some things repeat in life. I am reminded of Mexico around every corner.
Enjoy the photos and love to you who are on this list of fellow travelers.
... standing and talking and mid sentence we all spontaneously started dancing for no apparent reason. The system is crystal clear, perfect for well produced electronic music, you can hear every little nuance of the track. Plus the most amazing thing is that even though the sound system is so incredibly loud that it makes your bones rattle you are still able to have a conversation in the middle of the dancefloor and only have to raise your voice slightly above normal talking ...
Day 14 (Tuesday)
Temperature: 30 degrees
It felt kind of creepy to be out on the Amazon River at 3:30am in the morning in total darkness sitting on a small wooden canoe. The rainforest was very much alive as the soft wind whistled through the branches while the sound of the jungle echoed all around me. We were being brought back ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool