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... over but the problem was as I was finishing up I heard a group of girls come into the toilets. Forgot to mention the toilets were unisex. I'd say the smell was god awful and I was praying they were just doing their make up or having a quick chat. All of a sudden I hear this bang against the toilet door. I don't think there's a person alive which has experienced that split second feeling of pandemonium when someone tries to open the door of the jacks ...
... for their outpost of Brazil. With them they brought 6,000 species of plants and planted them all inside the Rio Botanical gardens. To this day there are palm trees that date back to 1840.
We walked these massive gardens for a couple of hours grabbing a Guarana drink and then headed for an early dinner in Niterio over the massive bridge from Rio to Niterio. William wanted to take us to a great Brazilan BBQ spot (Churrascuria) so we made the drive. It ...
... at 5.30 to go out. So I had to shower and change and then head back out on the 1 1/2 hour metro ride. I was exhausted. I met Elisha at her hostel in Copacobana and then we went out to Ipanema to go to a street party 'bloco' that's what they are called. It was cool. Loads of people in the streets drinking dancing and just having fun. It was cool. We were there for a few hours and then we walked back towards her hostel. We were going to have some drinks there and then go out in Lapa. We ...
... shots (7 Reais for a whole cutom hired). Manu also explain about Carnival and how people pay upto 7,000 Reais ($2,000) for a box set in the best location of the graderies...... insane.
Our next stop was the "Escadaria Selaron" a long stair covered in tiles and that was the master piece of a Chilean artist Jorge Selaron and dedicated to an African-Brazilian girl from Rio from whom he fell in ...
... top of most of the falls. You can still get some good pictures here but the best pictures are on the lower trail and at the Devil’s Throat.
- Isla San Martin (Island in the middle)