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Thursday August 14
Again it started with rain but as the day progressed it cleared up and it was picture time again. Ted is trying to get in better shape so he has been trying to run every morning when he can. We then went to McDonalds for internet and then headed into Seattle to look at the projects Ted had researched. All the time he is driving around Sheree is recognizing street names of places that ...
... beer and talked to him for hours. He invited us to a local’s party later that night in the Ipanema Beach neighborhood, a world famous area the next beach south of Copacabana.
It sounded great and we said yes. Icaro left and we spent the rest of the day in the sun. This is certainly one of the most striking locations in the world. Rio certainly has some of the best beaches in the world. It is ringed with stunning mountains and islands offshore. There is opulence ...
... with the weather as it started closing in while we were up at the summit and then it became completely obscured, so we drove back down and had a foggy picnic at 7,000 feet. We did see the exotic silverswords - cactus like plants that only grow on the volcano. They were just exquisite.
Not surprisingly it was raining in Seattle. Listening to the weather forecast in the ...
Day 6 here ...and we've learned a few things:
1. Waking up in the van is awesome.
2. It takes exponentially longer to charge a cell phone with a car charger than in the wall.
3. Ham and Cheese sandwiches are much easier to make in a moving car than PB & J.
4. Portland is great.
So, the van is wonderful...it's oh so wonderful. It's cozy and organized, comfortable to ...
... and sold us tickets. The lounge/bar area was something from a different era all together. Love seats and chaise longues were tucked into cosy corners. Velvet curtains, crystal chandeliers and antiques added to the effect. The popcorn was served in champagne coolers, and drinks were brought to our seats at well-planned intervals during the film. It was brilliant!
The following afternoon we explored Fremont, and did a walking tour of the sculptures dotted ...