Rio Guest House ( Marta's Guest House)
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... is made of pre-cambrian rock, jutting up from the earth's surface. You may wonder why it is called Sugarloaf, wellllllllll, it's because it looks like a bunch of sugar canes tied together to bring to the dock for shipping out. Now someone has to tell me why there's a mountain called Sugarloaf in New England. We drove by the beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana; hopefully we'll get better pictures when we walk around Rio on our own.
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... doing a time trial at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Be prepared for a crowd. There are selfie sticks everywhere and you cannot help but photobomb people's pics. The statue itself is awe inspiring and the view of the city is breathtakingly beautiful. From one side the moon sits behind the statues back and the other side the sun rises over it's shoulder so there are great photo ops. We also spotted a family of marmosets in the trees ...
... the forest. We've only ever seen wild monkeys a handful of times so it was strange to see them so centrally located! Next up was a trip to downtown Rio. The first place we went was the Escadaria Selaron which is Rio's most famous staircase. The steps are hidden down an alleyway and the reason they are so well known is that there are 215 of them and they are covered in over 2000 tiles and mosaics. They are very beautiful to look at but the most amazing thing for me is ...
... few beers. I played guitar, and it felt like the only thing that would make me feel better and it did just that. I wrote some music and played a few tunes when this traveling artist selling "arte de dedos," or finger art, came by and asked me if he could play my guitar. He was an argentinian guy named Maxi and I was excited to meet someone I could practice my Spanish with so I handed him my axe. He then played some spanish tunes and the ...
... sand, but gets absolutely packed) or just outside the Fan Fest right by the water (still with great views of the big screen, and also pretty packed). We've also walked around to Ipanema Beach a couple of times. Even though it is the next main beach around, it is a decent 30-45 minute walk from our part of Copacabana Beach. We walked around there one afternoon to watch the sunset on the rocks, however along the way we were stopped by the Brazilian news ...