O Veleiro Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Rio at about 5 20 and we were greeted by a large world cup bear and a goal post shaped baggage reclaim!
Our hotel/guest house is the quirkiest, cutest place with only 4 rooms (two of which are ours) including a spiral staircase and decorations including a bike covered in fairy lights.
Yet, one of the most beautiful things is the view from ...
... match, as I was sitting in a jail cell, that arvo/night. Rimba & I had bought the usual cheap bottle of vodka in the morning. Every one of our problem stories starts with "we drank a bottle of vodka", or "we bought a bag of coke". The game was at 4 pm so we had plenty of time to pre drink. We smashed through the bottle within a couple of hours an arrived on Copacabana beach about 1pm to ensure our space in the fanfest. We got in there, and I don't remember much after that. ...
... in the evening. Yesterday, despite England's loss was amazing, we watched it in the fanzone on the Copacabana...probably the most picturesque setting I've watched a match... with ******* loads of England fans packed into the 22000 fanzone which was at capacity, the atmosphere was unbelievable!! (particularly the 3rd minute "goal" and the actual goal). That's all for ...
... are perched on the hillsides and many have the best views in Rio. They are individual communities with markets, schools, hospitals, proper sanitation. They are heavily policed and this has driven out the drug barons and the violence and crime associated with them, making them much safer places to live. Mind you they must be hell holes in the summer with stifling temperatures (up to 45C) as houses are on ...
... hostel and meeting countless people from all over the world;
- Living out of a rucksack....not being able to buy much or even caring....less possessions (except for the odd fridge magnet every now and again!). I'm looking forward to shedding some of the stuff that I previously thought important back home!;
- Witnessing other cultures and how they live (I doubt there is anything more interesting);
- Being able to spend so much ...