Casa Caminho Do Corcovado
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... at the South end). With it being a Saturday the beach was heaving with people who were also enjoying one of the Carnival street parties, which must have started mid-morning. Bang in the middle they had closed off the street and placed a stage where loud samba music was being played. We were happy to take the party atmosphere in from the comfort of our deck chairs.
After a stroll over to Ipanema beach, we headed back to the sushi restaurant for ...
... in but bloody hell it was cold so that was short lived. Georgie and I tried a dulce de leche churros, which were divine! Then we found a stall selling coconuts so had ourselves some lovely coconut water! After the beach we decided that we would cook instead of eating out, so headed towards the supermarket. On the way we found a cheap shop called C&A so ended up purchasing a few things in there. Then we also found a havaianas ...
... a far walk and by the time I arrived I was feeling pretty worn out from the days events. This was alright though as I now had time to chill. The beach itself was lovely. Better view, cleaner and less busy than Copacabana. I sat there sun bathing and even dozed off for a bit so to wake myself up after my nap I went for a little paddle in the refreshing ocean. The waves were big and I was thrown around like a rag which was good fun. As ...
... Really nice guy. Had a great time together. So i mentioned we stayed in apartment on Copacabana beach. Had amazing view of the beach to the left and Cristo to the right. Copacabana is one of the nicer areas of Rio along with Ipanema and Leblon which is the poshest part. If we went again we would probably stay in Ipanema because it is slightly nicer and there is more to do. First night we got to apartment changed refreshed and went out to have some food and a drink. ...
... but to be honest with my urge to out everything on my plate when greeted by a buffet, I doubt the pay by a 100g will be a cheap option for me! Accommodation: What can I say... El Misti was a hostel recommended by STA and maybe we thought we were hip and trendy enough to stay in a 'youth' hostel. The shock I felt at being shown my room will stay with me - a lovely 14 dorm room with no windows... Looked like a dark cave/prison cell and smelled like one too. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet