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... experience a little.. It was to be expected however. After bumping into a lad we met in Manaus, we all ventured down and headed off to ipenema beach for the sunset. There is a massive rock that goes out into the ocean, covered in cacti that hundreds of people sit on to watch the sunset over rio. Was a nice view, but kind of weird when the sun set and everyone started clapping.. Apparently this happens every night. Early night as tomorrow we head to ilha grande Yeeeow can't ...
... to the airport you could see a lot of favelas and there were locals selling things in the middle of the roads. The game between Brazil and Germany started as we took off to go to São Paulo which was unlucky. When we got off the plane, alex and I ran to the nearest TV to see the score. I was shocked. 7-1 was just impossible, but then I saw that they scored like 5 goals in 20 minutes. After an hour in a taxi we finally arrived to ...
... experience. One extra-cool thing happened today. On the beach, a Brazilian man spotted Sam sketching the mountains in the distance. He was so impressed that he asked Sam to take a picture of him holding the sketch. He then wrote down his email address so Sam could send him a copy of the finished picture. Sam is super famous in Brazil! At night, we went to Rio Fan Fest. It was PACKED like we had never seen it before. There was a line to get in the line to get in, ...
New Portuguese word of the day: Thank you - Obrigado (if you are male) or Obrigada - (if you are female). Still learning this business... Today was an amazing day as we did most of our 'tour like stuff.' We started off by heading over to our local Israeli hostel where we organised the tour the night before. We jumped into a bus with about 6 either hungover or jet lagged Americans and then picked up an amazing ...
... along, and you have no idea what the Portuguese words are, so make-do by singing "blah blah blah...." Thankfully, one party a group of us did attend was Beatles themed! The Sargent Pepper bloco was massive, similar scale to a festival and the band were singing Beatles classics in a samba style. It was brilliant, we knew all the words!
The main spectacle of Carnival is the Sambodrome, where Samba schools parade and are judged on their dancers, floats ...