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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... of South Americal is ****. I gave up looking to find anything decent and have decided to cover my mop with a hat for the rest of the time that I'm here in South America. Unfortunately all of the shops were really expensive so I gave up searching and headed back to the hostel. That afternoon I caught up with Pamela. A local from Rio who I had met while in Buenos Aires. We grabbed a couple of beers on Copocabana and then moved to a bar when the weather closed ...
... beers and chanting the day passed very quickly and luckily Brazil won (even though their main man and national idol, Neymar is out of the World Cup now). After the Fan Fest closed we went to meet some of Simon's friends in a local bar just selling empanadas and pastels - delicious, more beers and chatting, it had been a good day when we finally made it back to the apartment. Breakfast at our local juice bar (it is so nice to have been in a place for a while and ...
... qualité sont minables je n'ai jamais vu pire que Rio!! La plage de Copacabana n'a l'air de rien, on sent la friture ouille brûlée constamment.... Tout le monde est perdu: brésiliens et touristes. Les files, la pollution, la mauvaise humeur a gogo, pas de bonjour, pas de merci, pas d'anglais, c'est hallucinant!! Ok Ipanema plage, le Leblon, Barra et plus loin c'est des merveilles mais reste ...
... back to the Ipanema area.
It all worked out for the best, as Olivia and I did not really like the beach area of Barra either. It was dirty - more litter than I've seen on a beach in years. We did see some interesting evidence of someone making offerings to the sea goddes, Iemanjá. Iemanjá, is one of the icons of the Candomblé faith. For many Brazilians, their faith can be an interesting mixture of the Catholic faith and ...
... the machinery used to load these big guns.
The rock is well worth a visit. From here I continued south to Ipenema beach which was busier than Copacabana but very similar otherwise. After walking for about 2km along the beach i headed inland looking for the Plaza or large square where there is a station entrance to General Osorio station. You can take this entrance and travel underground on foot to another ...