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... were still around. As Pauline and Anthony were to leave the next day, and the rest of us were spread over town, left to our own devices, we met up at the rooftop bar of Windsor, with an excellent view of Copacabana and surroundings, for farewell drinks. One by one, two by two, my fellow co-travellers wandered off, until just me, Matthew and Carl remained. Heading out to a bar in Ipamena, I had the most frightening taxi ride: The windscreen was partly covered by a tv, that ...
... the capital and was only built in the 1960s on swamp land. What I didn't know was that they not only wanted a more central location of the capital, and hence the move, 90 percent of the population of Brazil was living in at the time so they wanted to move some of the people out. Another stop was in front of Theatro Municipal. It was built in 1905 in the style of the Paris opera. Around it was also the ...
... seems to get after only one day in Rio J
In reality after breakfast we wonder around Santa Teresa, we visit ruins of an old colonial house, which has been transferred into a viewing point and we also find the famous Selaron stairs. The artist who made them, Jorge Selaron, lived in one of the houses along the stairs and decided to decorate his neighbourhood as where the stairs are located in between Santa Teresa and Lapa the area is a little run ...
Tomorrow, on Saturday evening, Drew and Lisa invited a bunch of friends. 14 people expected! “Isabelle, could you make a chocolate mousse?” Sure, easy done and always yummy, and I feel confident, since I just made one.
It is about 20 hr this evening, and I have to make the chocomousse now because on Saturday the kitchen will be Drew’s and Lisa’s and I then best ...
... guess you get that when there are 7 million people and their accompanying cars, taxis, buses and trucks in a city surrounded by mountains.
We've tried catching buses in Rio, but we're no good at it, so taxi back to Copacabana beach. Nice little market stalls to browse through and a grill lunch with a couple of beers on the sidewalk. Lots of people out today, jogging, swimming, skating, biking. This beach and Boardwalk get well and truly used?
You don't even have ...