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... it's great.
Weather here is hit and miss also but we got sooo lucky yesterday it was a bloddy scorcher! We did a tour of all the big
Sights. Unreal just unreeeeal.Christ the Redeemer, Lapa steps, Sugarloaf Mountain and Santa Teresa (a hippy arty area, defo want to go back there before we go)
Nearly lost all my photos that I took since I got here lastnight.the SD ...
... San Telmo in Buenos Aires.
Beside the market is the Arco de Teles. This was part of a mansion, built in 1750. The whole area burned down in 1790, with the arch the only survivor. It was incorporated into several newer structures, and in the 40s the present building was constructed on the site of the old mansion and the arch became a part of the design. It leads to Travessa do Comércio, with its sidewalk cafes and a favourite ...
... which we had been told all the locals go to. It should take 3hrs but it took us 5 hours! It was lovely when we arrived though and we went on a great boat trip. When we got back it was 11pm, so it had been a long day, but as Kirst and I were trying to make the most of every min, we went for a quick swim in Copacabana sea before bed!
Last day in Rio!!! We got up early to head up to Christ the Redeemer. Unfortunately it was ...
... love trains. Here, I could drink a coffee and see the sunrise over the fields. Think about the wonderful trip to come!
In the airport a little stress, because, like when I had gone to the US last winter, my return was past the normal visa three months. At that time they just did not want me to check in, so I had to buy quickly a flight from Portland to Vancouver, CA, show it at the counter and then was allowed to ...
... to get to otherwise.
Back at the hostel decisions were being made. Rather than rolling out to Sao Paulo on Wednesday I've extended my stay here by two days so that I can hit Ill Grande <sic> with a few others from the hostel. It is basically just a beach island, but will offer some respite from the drinking which from what I understand is the main thing to do in Sao Paulo. I'll stay with them there for a few days then hit ...