Art Hostel Rio
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Having survived the night in the 18 dorm triple bunks, our guide took us through 4 beaches and a jungle to get to a lush, secluded beach where we spent the afternoon catching waves and enjoying some more cheese on a stick... Going travelling and hoping to shed some pounds is not exactly going to plan :-o
On the way back, we …
My own feeling ahead of the final was that I would've preferred to have seen Messi lift the trophy (an opinion defiantly expressed in a heated debate with Matt in Salvador), but I didn't really mind who won. The Argentine passion for football shone threw as they chanted consistently, but they couldn't quite overcome the resolute Germans and Mario Gotze's extra time goal gave the Europeans the title. At that point, the atmosphere shifted. The goal was met with only a ...
... by the Chilean artist, Jorge Selaron, as a tribute to Brazilian people.
After Brazil, I had booked an overlanding trip over Eastern Africa, and I had to pay the local payment,as well as, activities within Africa with US dollars. Due to fraudulent activity that's occurred in Brazil, my debit card company had flagged practically every ATM in Rio and Sao Paulo (where I flew out) making it impossible to get out money. Unfortunately, I spent ...
... impressive. In a room off to the side is a windowless room with fake grass - where the players warm up - so I couldn't resist doing a "warm up" run too! :D we definitely enjoyed this futball stadium more than the one in São Paulo. Next we caught the subway to Copacabana. A short walk from the metro found us on the beautiful beach front. Just wow! Marc said it wasn't as great as Ipanema. All I can say - if this is the worse of the two, than Ipanema must be amazing! The sand ...
... after visiting the mountain we were told about a short walking track around the Mountain’s base adjacent to the sea. We thought we’d have a look and found some hungry monkeys looking for a cheap feed.
That afternoon we headed back to Copacabana before walking over to the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon which was the big lagoon we could ...