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We woke up quite early with our early flight in mind and we finalising packing, checking the carry ons were fine and we set off to check out and get a cab to the airport. The cab arrived pretty quick and we were dropped off at the terminal within 15minutes. We wondered around until we find our check in desks, used the self check in computers which actually worked for us and stood in line to drop our checked bags off. After check in, we decided to sit down and eat some food ...
I met a nice English girl named Becky during the tour, and she is just starting her six month South American journey today, which is pretty exciting. I’m hoping that we can both check out Sugarloaf and Christ the Redeemer tomorrow, but it will depend on if there are clouds or not. Because both monuments are pretty high, if there are any clouds, you won’t be able to see anything from the top. But the ...
... view. It was a really hot day. We then walked back down the mountain and headed into town to buy some lunch. We also went to the beach after for a dip.
Later that afternoon, we arrived back at the hostel and they were setting up for a party. Apparently, favela parties are quite popular especially for people who are wealthy. They charged $120 AUD that night. Dani and I finished getting ready and Tiago met us downstairs for our hostel party. We ...
... we got as high as we could on the bus, it was time to get off and meet our guide. He was a very nice guy and you could tell he was a very liked person in the neighbourhood....we stuck to him like glue! The favela was a pretty crowded place with lots of winding alleyways and nooks and crannies. Although it wasn't scary when we were there, I wouldn't fancy wandering around by myself! After the favela, we hopped on a bus to Ipanema for a stroll. We walked all the ...
... years to complete. There was a great variety of
feature tiles included in the design. Next stop was to view the cathedral which
is a very modern design having been built in 1979. Its exterior is concrete and
it is in the shape of a ziggurat. Inside it is a very large open space where
they can hold thousands of worshippers. There are floor to ceiling modern
designed stained glass windows and an enormous wooden ...