Villa Guaiamu Hotel
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... before they head home for a late night unauthorised swim in the pool and off to bed.
Day 2 Morro De Sao Paulo
Having decided their place was not at all worth the resort style money, they left beach #3 and quickly found a nice little Pousada with a pool on beach #2 and went for a walk to beach #4 where they had previously been told they could snorkel in warm shallow baths at low tide with trapped tropical colourful fish and sea ...
It may then lead you to the biggest, poshest seats on the plane, and not only give you a choice of what food you eat, but also serve you real food. On real, ceramic crockery. With real metal cutlery, balsamic vinegar, miniature salt and pepper pots and even a table cloth. And if this isn’t enough, you may also get a ...
... western countries!
Our final day in São Paulo was a big one. We set off walking to MASP (Museu de Arte de São Paulo) which is highly recommended and certainly worth the effort. The art covers a seriously wide range, from old classical portraits to abstract modern art, from sculptures to pop art and was right up our street! We also went for lunch at the MASP restaurant, Uni Alquimia Culinaria. It was expensive but when we saw exactly what was involved it all seemed worthwhile. ...
... wasn’t much to see but it was fun trying. We then moved to the forth beach to snorkel some more but again not much to report, but Sarah enjoying being able to swim like a mermaid in her flippers. The rest of the day was spent sunbathing on the forth beach, drinking agua coca from coconuts, eating a picnic then moving on to see Anthony on the second beach to watch the sun go down. In the evening we went to the second beach as every Thursday there was a live ...
Once more here in Sao Paulo. Back. I made a circle. Making circles feels weird. Returning to a place you were before. In a way it feels like you never left, like the circle never happened, there's only been a dot, this space, everything just continues where you left off, and all inbetween wasn't real.
This is the second circle I make, the first one was when I returned to Cochabamba, which made my ...