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The Passion of the Christo....and the English

A travel blog entry by golds26


... for the Argentinians to do that. Why do they need help from Jesus? They have Messi. (Note from Sara: Christo was so impressive. As we were walking up the path to the top, keeping our eyes on the ground to avoid rocks, I suddenly looked up and saw the massive back of the enormous Jesus. I immediately exclaimed, "Holy ****!!" before slapping my hands over my mouth....but not before a bunch of men in front of me heard me. That phrase seems to ...

Rio - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly : Part 3

A travel blog entry by beaky


... we then decided we wanted some back so we could have some to go in our journal/keepsakes (the images on their notes are very pretty). After half an hour of me unsuccessfully trying to convince anyone to swap money for US dollars (at a more than generous rate to them) Ni then got the first person she asked to do it at the actual rate and provided new crisp notes too! I must have a untrustworthy face!

N + J

Cloudy, ...

Brazil part 1: Rio de Janeiro

A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey

... only guests there. This was by far the most depressing hostel we had ever stayed in. It was remarkably dark considering we were in one of the world's sunniest cities and it was staffed by grunting, dead-eyed battle axes who hated us before we had even said hello. As if that wasn't gloomy enough, we soon learned that it was also inhabited by several middle-aged, lonely bachelors, who presumably had divorced and now had no option other than to live in ...

Christ the Redeemer

A travel blog entry by ashka_dane


... over the city and the tram ride up takes you through the national park.
We met our tour group, spent the night in a hostel and departed in our overland truck with 20 other people for PARATY. ...


A travel blog entry by marty_rach


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We had the brilliant idea to hire a dual kayak and go exploring these islands for ourselves. To add to our enjoyment Rach proposed to pack the iPad and kindle and find a secluded beach to read our books. I didn’t see the issue with it at the time as we made sure to lock them in zip lock bags. Kayak, sea water, electronics, that’s sensible right? Our first paddle landed us deep mud... Very deep.


This hostel, located in the Santa Teresa area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Lapa Arches (Arcos da Lapa), Barra da Tijuca, Ruins Park (Parque das Ruinas), and Chacara do Ceu Museum.
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