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... take you up into the favelas) we arrived at the Creche. I soon realized my lack of Portugese language was going to severely impact my time at my placement as none of the teachers could speak English and I couldn’t even ask them what they wanted me to do. This was my first annoyance with the IVHQ program. Its not that I felt that we were not welcome there but I did feel like this program could have been much better organized to give us an opportunity for a better ...
... anything interesting in town at night. Not sure if maybe the weather has people stuck inside their hotels but it was pretty dead. As we walled back to the hostel, we saw a man running carrying a baby in his arm and you could hear the baby trying to breath and sounded lime it was choking. He stopped near us and blew into its mouth, yelled over his shoulder to the lady in pursuit who yelled back to a house to call the doctor in advance as he ran off further. We just froze ...
... this place gets sometimes. It was perfect timing for us.
We grabbed our tickets and just had to wait a few minutes to get the cable car up to Urca hill, which is half way up to Sugarloaf. It’s a nice big cable car that can supposedly fit 65 people, but that would be a very very tight squeeze. We had about 25 people, so it wasn’t so bad. The only annoying this was a group of Russian guys were on the cable car and ...
... people from São Paulo and a couple from Sydney. I wasn't the only Aussie who was visiting the favela.
Tiago and Dani arrived at around 10pm. By then I was already tipsy from the beer. We all had an early night and decided to have an early one the next day.
The next day we woke up to an amazing buffet breakfast. We then decided to go for a hike and explore the view of Rio from a different perspective. It took around 2 hours to walk to the ...
... and some people believe that he had finally finished and so ended his life. We'll never know! The tiles were very impressive and because they are only on the front of the steps, when you climb to the top and look back, the stairs just look like boring concrete steps. It's weird as from the bottom, they are far from boring! Next we headed for a traditional Brazilian lunch of Feijoada and guarana, and then we took a look at the aqueduct in Lapa, the grand ...