Rio Guest House ( Marta's Guest House)
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28th - 29th December: Flying La Paz to Sao Paulo
29th December - 2nd January: Rio De Janeiro
It was two flights from La Paz and we landed in Sao Paulo. We decided to just get straight to Rio so we headed to the bus station and jumped on the next bus to Rio. A 6hr trip and we arrived. It was meltingly hot! Managed to suss a bus to Copacabana then it was a tedious 1hr wondering the streets, drenched in sweat, packs on, up about 200 steps, and discussions with ...
... But they still can't compete with Virgin America's music video version.]
As we descended into Atlanta, the flight attendant making the announcements just would NOT stop talking! And it was the kind of stuff that would make even your mother groan, a la, "If someone drops something along the way, please let them know, as it could happen to you and you'd be glad if someone helped you out in that way." ...
... be one of the most spectacular sights I've ever seen. You see the beach, the islands off shore, the city, the Christ Redeemer statue. Planes and birds are flying below you. So glad I got to do it. Now we are off to Ipanema Beach for some swimming and sunbathing before our flight this afternoon. I missed seeing 75% of what Rio has to offer, but what I saw was truly ...
... city. If that was amazing, as soon as checked in, we walked to Copacobana beach and we were greeted by thousands of Brazilian fans! We sat down on the beach at the FIFA fan fest to a large tv screen to watch the game. We drank beers we bought from the beach. We finally got to try the caipirinhas, the unofficial drink of Brazil. A mixture of lime, ice and ...
This morning I headed down to the beach for a swim. It was overcast, the sea was a bit rough and not the best conditions for a swim so I singled out a friendly looking guy to take a photo of me in the water – just so I could say I'd swum at Ipanema Beach. I was amused at the constant patrol up and down the beach of a navy vessel just off shore – reassuring to know the navy had my back!