Pousada Santa Fe
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How to get to Buzios from Rio: We caught the 1001 bus to Buzios ( From Novo Rio bus station). It's best to purchase tickets over the phone but you need someone who speaks Portuguese to make the call. However you can just buy your tickets at the 1001 counter. Aim to get there 45 min before departure as you need to collect /buy your tickets there and with about 100 buses there at any time queues can be long. Tickets are approx 45 real one ...
Well I am on short time here in Rio, and after several weeks I have finally decided to start reading these travel books collecting dust on my shelf here at the Connection Rio house. Thus, the reason for going to Corcovado and Sugar Loaf the other weekend and for going to Buzios on the weekend of April 22nd.
I have had several friends (both travelers and residents of Brazil) tell me that I needed to visit Buzios while in Rio. So after convincing my friends JP, ...
... happening part of Cabo and I drink a beer in the car, I love Brazil. We go get something to eat and our conversation revolves around how much faster kids grow up here than in the US. Kids here start drinking when they are like 12 or 13 and according to the girls that's when most kids start having sex. You can go to clubs when you are 18 and like I said before, lots of times you can get in even if you are younger and good ...
... here in Rio, we had no idea, but because of the heat outside it is bearable - just! We watch the sun set between the 'two brothers' - two mountains, which was spectacular. The beach is very beautiful. After our afternoon at the beach we return to the hostel for a barbeque. Food is great and we meet a lot of other travellers - even 2 ...
... glass walls. Just the amound of trapped open air in there was cool. And of course I had to go to PŃo de Ašucar (Sugarloaf). The famous mountain that you take two trams to get to the top of. Timed it so I could see the sunset from up there. The most beautiful sight I have ever seen. Can see a lot of Rio, and the landscape is gorgeous. After dark there was lightening in the distance too, really cool looking. Rio has to be the prettiest city ...