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Guten Morgen miteinander! Obwohl es bei den meisten von euch wahrscheinlich eher Abend ist.... weiss ja nicht wann ihr meine Blogs lest! :D
Her bin - noch immer! In Rio de Janeiro, und diese Stadt, in der ich dachte, ich hätte schon alles gesehen, hat mich in den letzten paar Tagen noch einmal von einer anderen Seite überrascht. Wie im …
... for an hour and a half in the sweltering heat on the bus, and avoiding eye contact with the moody bus conductor with one arm missing, we finally got there. As soon as we got off the bus there were touts ready to usher us onto their mini bus to take us up the mountain at a cost, which was leaving imminently. We, being quite savvy (or so we thought) politely declined and made our way over to the official train to take us up the mountain, only to find out it was more expensive and ...
... the more flesh you show at the beach the better, no matter the amount of flesh you have available to offer. The weather hadn't improved and whilst the locals may have felt it was suitable for bikinis and the like, we weren't keen on sitting on the sand on this windy, grey day. As such we got a taxi to downtown Rio, to visit the National History Museum of Brazil, which told a potted history of how modern day Brazil came to be, starting from pre-colonial times, right up to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTupiniquim Hostel Rio de Janeiro
overall good value for Rio for sure.
check in is a big hassle. took 1.5 hours to check in and this was consistent with others' experiences. it's actually a funny joke in the hostel. i bet this will speed up in the near future.
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