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... Portuguese ATM to withdraw money with Kyle's bank card (after losing Lori's card, this was a MAJOR accomplishment)
... which got repaired last week.Next we visited the national park around Christ. Over 7% of all Rio is national park and that makes it the city with the largest national park in the world. It’s amazing having so much space given to nature in such a large city. There are numerous hikes, waterfalls & scenic areas. We visited a small waterfall that was cool but not on the scale of Igauzu. We drove through one of ...
... re here to do a favela tour Gary." This seemed to send his mind into overdrive as he looked out to the blue ocean, up at the twenty floor high hotel and across to the car park, he could only muster a confused smile and nod of his head; undoubtedly trying to think of where he thought he'd seen us before and where on earth we would be doing a favela tour.
Tony Tony and Grafite turned up a couple of minutes later and joined us in looking confused as we anxiously awaited the arrival ...
... had a buffet of salads and the like and the waiters brought the meat to the table on metal sticks and sliced/carved off what you wanted. Once again, the food was absolutely delicious but I was careful not to over-indulge too much and make myself sick. After dinner, I headed back to the hotel and got chaned for bed. I wasn't going out as I'm too tired. Must be getting soft in my old age. LOL. Tomorrow is another busy day. Can't wait to see what it ...
... birds but seeing few we were on high alert for wildlife. And then came the marmosets. Sydney couldn't have been happier when a rustle overhead turned out to be a common marmoset. This species of monkey is native to northeastern Brazil but has been introduced throughout varies areas of South America. They are small, fairly primitive monkeys that lack fingernails on all but there big toe, and have a long bushy tail that is more reminiscent of a gray squirrel than a ...