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... and free of litter.
... or something but
most of them are bricks and concrete. Geography GCSE coming back to
We also took a trip to the botanical gardens in the Tijuno
Rainforest. That was by accident – we meant to go into the
rainforest and follow a trail but we took the wrong bus. Oops. Did
give Chris the chance to get attacked by a monkey though. That was
HILARIOUS, so it all worked out.
We also went into the ...
... as it looks like more of an international airport. We quickly jump off the bus and run inside, and being stressed we run the wrong way, so we quickly turn around and run the right direction. The floors were super slippery, and we were both in flip flops, so running wasn’t an easy task for us. We sprinted the entire way down this empty airport corridors, sprinted all the way up to customs, unloaded our things on the machine belt and walked through. We had pears ...
... juxtaposition to the metropolis. The most popular route up Sugarloaf Mountain is via the cable cars, which are winched on long, sagging wires to bridge the massive gaps between the station on the ground and the first hill and the first hill and the summit of Sugarloaf. To our dismay, the cable cars were out of action (for maintenance) today. This was a real shame and is quite unusual. We wished we hadn't left it until our last day. Nearby there was a lovely little ...
... last of sunset before heading back to hotel. Out for farewell dinner at all you can eat Brazilian BBQ - meat comes so fast it is hard to keep up and it's all delicious!
Drinking Caiprinha at hotel rooftop bar overlooking the beach tonight. Stunning
pedometer: 20812 steps today
Christ the Redeemer statue and Sugarloaf mountain to knock off tomorrow before I fly out on Thursday.
bit knackered now so will fill in Ilhe Grande black spot tomorrow.