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We had dinner in a lovely seafood restaurant overlooking a lagoon but got caught in a storm about 3 minutes after setting off to walk back, so got absolutely soaked. Was kind of an experience though, the lightning was huge purple forks which lit up the whole sky!!
One night we went on a night out with a group from the hostel, as we met 5 lads from over England who had just been working in Oz for 2 years and quite a ...
... rocks to the Impanema side where we came across a friendly lady basking in the sun at the bottom of one of the dunes. She told us to sit with her and this began our friendship with Tanya. She learned that she was 60 years old (she looked much younger) and that she worked and lived at the Jockey Club in Gavea (the same neighbourhood as Sergio's place). We chatted for some time and told her of our plight and she said she knew of a place in Copacabana that had ...
... owners very nice and friendly and so were the other guests. We also enjoyed the company of the employee of the month a ginger cat, who's name I can't remember right now.
První den v Riu je super. Bydlíme ve ctvrti Santa Teresa, která je takova trendy a bohemska. Je na kopci, vsude jsou barevne koloniální domy a je relativne daleko od ostatnich ctvrti kde se ubytovavaji normalni turiste. Prvni ...
Well we've made it 24-hours here in Rio without a mugging. As was the case in Buenos Aires, I suspect that the stories of robberies and assaults maybe a thing of the past. I can understand if you like to walk through the Favella's at the north part of town, then you're likely asking for something to happen. Here on Copacobana I think things are good.
I took my Nikon out with me today and walked the Malecon from one end to the ...
... that Perito Moreno and the Ecuadorian cloudforest meet the necessary criteria. But then (and frustratingly for us all I know), I don't make the rules. The unmistakable silhouette of Christ the Redeemer, staring stone-faced, arms out-stretched across the city from the hunchback (700m high) Corcovado mountain is possibly one of the most iconic images in the world. In fact it's a Wonder of the Modern World. To be gazing up at it from the beaches below is one thing, but ...