Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
Wednesday 2 December, 2.54pm, Hotel Matiz
As if I wasn't having enough trouble coming to terms with the end of my trip of a lifetime, it transpires that I have inadvertently booked flights home with Comedy Air. First there was the delay in Ushuaia – not on anyone else’s planes, just mine (although admittedly a few others from …
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 ...
They will be closing this site, building a site 3 x bigger called Ekos Park to
prepare for future growth "Well, Be Well" is slogan and approach to
business. They do not approve new products that are not sustainable
On the way out we stopped to take a group picture in the open air space where we entered. It was a beautiful open air space that was still covered. The roof was raised above the wall tops and it had ...
... are pretty
cheap at 10 real which is about NZD$6. Gonna have to get a new one when I
reach my actual destination.
Anyway, back to the mall. The mall is situated at a pretty upmarket
neighborhood and indeed it looks fancy. I looked a bit odd since I
trekked for about 10 mins in the rain to get there. One interesting
thing I noticed was that people can take their dogs into the mall.
People were just casually ...
... what this choice would bring. In Rio, it was delicious on-the-bone thick steaks with beans and rice and a thick polenta-like accompaniment. This was of course enhanced by the obligatory giant bottle of hot sauce. The barman handed us a liter bottle consisting of hundreds of small chilli peppers that looked like they’d been added into the bottle of oil over generations. Dad, I think this bottle could even compete alongside ...