Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
... it was amazing to see the flavalas everywhere surrounding SaoPaulo, and a large expanse of water!! the trip was going great, raining outside so no problem having a travel morning. about 20minutes before our intended arrival we stopped...for 1hour thanks to an accident between 2trucks. pretty lame considering we needed el bano (aka the bathroom). the driver wasn't keen to let us visit the bushes so it was a waiting game. thankfully once ...
... let Hunter conquer the gigantic sandwich and ate the deep fried, fat dripping meat pockets instead.
I wonder how Brazilians survive – all they eat is meat and deep fried things. As it made me wonder, I just checked statistics of the WHO on diabetes: Brazil has the second highest score in the Americas, just behind the US. Forty-eight percent of Brazilian adult women and 50 percent of men are overweight. More than a quarter of those qualify as obese. ...
... and probably even ATM, just not the ones I use.
Finally sustainability. I was surprised in a compressed period, a bank would focus on sustainability as something we needed to hear about. Itau was the sustainability bank of the year for 2012. It turns out I would hear a lot more about sustainability from Brazilian companies.
Ok, time to GET OUT. No, they weren't like that but they clearly had other things to do and it was time to ...
... Brazil is traditionally know for the amount of meat that they have with every meal and there was no shortage at lunch today. The fresh cooked pig, sausage, jerk beef, and dried beef with onions were nothing short of delicious. I finished off with some overly sweet butterscotch pudding, and an ice cold Bohemia cerveja.
After lunch we got our first real taste of some of the more interesting and ...
... Every morning, we say Hola,
They throw us white bread, to make us fulla
It is very disappointing,
If only we could have some fruit one morning.
This hostel has bad showers,
They scaled us and take for hours.
It stinks of incense everywhere,
And the broken internet makes us tear hair.
They are always doing painting,
And the smell makes us start fainting.
Constructions started in ...