I’ve been traveling the world for 15 years now, but somehow I’ve never made it to two important continents, Africa, and South America. Lots of technical reasons, or excused, for why that was, but this year – prior to the Corona outbreak – I made it a goal for me to go and explore more of South America. So a month ago I finally made to Brazil, hoping to go between some of the South American countries and finally see that part of the world. But then Corona hit, and I was forced to leave before borders closed. I did manage to see a bit of Sao Paulo, and the nearby nature escapes, but all plans to see everything else will have to wait until the world wins against the virus. It’s going to take a while.
In the meanwhile, Sao Paulo was a nice surprise. I’ve been told tourists don’t really stop here, but I found it surprisingly pleasant, very green, and artistic, with lots of wonderful building size graffiti everywhere, and many cool streets/neighborhoods with plenty of funky restaurants and bars.
So, to share a bit of that with you, here are my visions of travel photo summary of my shorter than expected trip to Sao Paulo Brazil…