Ananab, Guest house Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was a $13.14 (35R) entrance fee. There, a Brazilian samba instructor taught us basic samba footwork and arm movements. Dancing was something new for all of us, and was definitely a challenge. We chose to learn the samba to be able to understand and connect with Brazilian culture (the attitudes, customs, and beliefs of a society), because Brazil is well known for ...
... who we ignored and walked away from. The Rio bus terminal is not a great place to be, at any time of the day.
Still feeling terrible we got our bus ticket, charged our **** and then got on bus to Conceição de Jacareí. I fell asleep straight away and woke up at our destination 3 hours later feeling $1,000,000! I swear it was the coconut. We were destined for a place called Ilha Grande so we got on a boat with 4 italian ...
... br> We started out the front of Igreja de São Francisco de Paula, which is a church above one of the central plazas in Rio. We began with an orientation of the city and some information about the people and culture of Rio de Janeiro before we made our way to the most famous coffee house in Brazil. Colombo Coffee house. It is a coffee store that the queen visited when she came to Rio a few years ago.
While we were standing outside, someone ...
... offerings. After dinner I bought a chip for my phone so I can have internet outside of wifi areas. Apparently, it only costs 30 cents per day in Brazil once you have the $7 chip. Not bad. I wouldn't know because I couldn't read the Portuguese instructions so I have to wait until tomorrow morning when Inês, the English-speaking front deal lady at the hostel, can help me translate. Then I played some guitar on the roof of the hostel while the Israelis partied. I ...
... France which was fun for me to be the odd one out standing up and screaming when Germany got close to scoring again. I loved it, I loved it so much that I'd go to every World Cup. The game finished and it was time to brave the train back home. I knew that this time it would not be that easy. As we made the walk back to the station with 74,000 people it was packed. Eventually we made it to the platform and pushed our way onto the train. We had to stand but it wasnt super crowded. ...