Terra Brasilis Hostel
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... we have Barry Manilo to blame (I mean thank) for making this beach world renouned, as well. Copacabana beach is located in the quarter of Copacabana, in the South Zone of the city of Rio de Janeiro. Copacabana has bicycle stations, bicycle tracks, kiosks, hotels, bars and restaurants, which are full of people both day and night. Besides that, it has two Military Forts, one on each extremity of the beach, and it offers panoramic views and is open for ...
... they then charge you by weight. Theres a lot of
pasty type things around, with various fillings like sausage meat
encasing mince meat. Tapioca is a weird flour that is fried and it
turns int a pancake that you add either a sweet or savory filling to.
And chorros, popcorn, cheesecake and other gelatine type cakes are
everywhere. Ohh, also, the traditional drink is a cocktail called
Capriahnas. Its made with ...
... collected gypsie I am sometimes, just told Aaron to chill out as it’s still a little bit early and maybe they don’t know what gate it’s at yet. We get closer and closer to the time, its now boarding time so we get our things and go and ask someone why there is no gate number there as its now boarding time. We stand at the help desk for 10minutes while they try and figure out what we are asking, organising an English-speaker to come and help us. A ...
... a 125 ft. high statue of Jesus Christ on Corcovado. Lloyd of people there believed in shamanism. We got kind of curious and went to get a toponymy to see what Brazil actually meant. After as we were walking down from the monument a soccer ball hit Wilian in the face. We were all scared, but then we saw some kids asking for their ball back and asked if we could join in their game. They spoke the standard language of Brazilian, but Chris ...
... took with her cell phone map. In the end she insisted on paying more than her share. I wished I was more with it. I did not need her to pay at all given the experience. I now have her phone number to call (very sweet, but whatever would I say given the fact I still do not know Portugese!).
I got to Copacabana midday. Showered and headed out in the rain. The rain stopped just ...