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... 20 years her junior. Apparently it was love, however the young man didn't see fit to marry her. The woman's father stepped in, explaining to the man if he married his daughter, not only would be be married to his love, he would be rich, as the father was rich and now he was his son in law. But better than that, he would have the lake named after him, which would last much longer than his life. So ladies, if your man has cold feet, offer him a lake and you should be sweet. ...
... I missed the shuttle I reserved because of the wait.
So then I waited in line for the Omnibus. Knew the route to take (whew). Eventually a lady joined me in line and asked me about the bus route. I felt so 'knowledgeable' but she asked me in Portugese. I do not know any Portugese. I showed her a pamphlet I picked up. She did not speak English. Somehow, we decided to share a ...
... a drink of the Brazilian national drink, a capirinha, a Brazilian rum and lime or other fruit drink. Then we went last minute shopping at the arts and crafts booths that line the beach in the center area of the street. I got a t-shirt with a nice image of Rio on it.
Day 2: Corcovado and Lunch plus Samba Fun
On the second day, we went to the infamous Corcovado statue of Christ and all took our pictures ...
... started out and after few wrong turns ended up outside the 'Jardim Botanico'. IT was closed ! Workers day off !
So what to do ? Headed to beaches by local bus - found out the system is rather easy for us 'English only speaking' tourists. Fixed R$3 fare each to where ever and the buses are clearly marked with digital signage the route and where they go. Not crowded like guide books said - had seats no problem all day - maybe workers not on them ! Had ...
... top of most of the falls. You can still get some good pictures here but the best pictures are on the lower trail and at the Devil’s Throat.
- Isla San Martin (Island in the middle)