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... In fact, Rio is one of the most populated cities in the world. In the 1960’s the capital of Brazil was moved from Rio to Brasilia and later to Sao Paolo, to reduce the economic and financial pressure on Rio. That's why they say that the crime rate is quite high. So we have been extra vigilant while we're exploring. However, as I said, I did not once feel threatened and am regretting leaving all my adornment at home.
Rio is the capital of ...
... from sight only to soar back up on the thermals. It must be an incredible feeling to fly unaided, drifting up on the thermals with the birds of prey high above this incredible city, and at the end of it all to land on the beach.
That night we were treated to an evening that we would be more accustomed to back at home. We went over to friends of Bruno and Natalia’s for home made burgers. It was such a treat to have a “normal” evening around friends. ...
... Teresa Favela and got to see some amazing local houses and roads. It was amusing to be in the cab whilst it was trying to launch up the hilly roads in the favela, we were almost going backwards that’s how steep it is! After dropping Elise home my lovely cab driver than took me back to Ipanema and dropped me back.
What a great start to our trip, this week I will catch up on Elises tan, a few of the touristy stuff and completely chill out/party! ...
... to the top of Sugarloaf which had beautiful views of the beaches and city.
Since we had a week in Rio we switched hostels to one closer to the beach, in Leme district. Our first beach day we went to Ipanema beach. It is high season and summertime here in Brazil, so when I say the beach was crowded, I mean it was the most crowded I have ever seen a beach in my life. Now the nice thing about ...
... then made our way up to the JC peak. There were other SAS kids up at top but we could only see the actual statue for 5 minutes before the clouds rolled in and it started raining and the statue disappeared from our view. We went for a walk after we came down from heyzues down the road into the rainforest. We walked probably about a mile in and half way our guide looked up and told us about Toucans up in the canopy calling to each other. Usually they aren’t vocal ...
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