Arpoador Beach House
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... wanting to just get to the island before dark and they had paid. So the driver turned around and dropped them back on the mainland. Such a waste of time and not sure why everyone here tries to get something for nothing. We took the quite chilly boat ride over to the island and despite the average weather, the water was so blue and we only hoped tomorrow the clouds would open up and give us some clear water to swim in. We arrived on the island around 1645 and set off in ...
... anyway. The canon ball trees are interesting - this is what is left after the flower - they need to be removed due to the danger of them falling on someone. It is 70 years since the end of WWII and today they are celebrating Victory Day with lots of naval vessels in the bay, an army and airforce contingent and while we are in the bay we hear the canons going off during the ceremony. The water in the bay is too rough for us to do one section of ...
... thankful. She showed me my room, and around the apartment, which was perfect. It is a a very small room, but it has a bed, wifi, and my own bathroom, so it has everything I need. I also have excellent wifi, which is really nice after not having it for the last week on the beaches.
I hung out at the apartment for a while and enjoyed the beautiful big roof terrace this apartment has, that is definitely bigger than the apartment itself. ...
... here –
the snagging list is as long as BR101! Still, was worth seeing the flying
saucer art museum beautifully located on a rocky promontory, so got a bus to
that too, having grabbed a bagful of cozinhos to go – not sure exactly what
they were (deep fried small fishy balls?). Entry was steep, price wise!, so
viewed from outside and headed back, even closer this time to the pale green
wedding cake that is Ilha Fiscal, hanging by a ...
... girls on their arms. The streets and trains look like costume parties. The level of dancing and constumes is nowhere near up to the standard of the official Carnival parade but I was still extremely impressed. The atmosphere is intoxicating. When I mean people are dancing and partying everywhere I mean millions. We went to two smaller Bloco's. We wish we had of gone to the large Bloco's, but not the 80,000 people one however. The live music and atmosphere was still unreal. ...