Augusto´S Paysandu Hotel
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... them. With the average wage being only 750 Reals a month or about $375 and the average rent being 700 Reals, most families pool all of their money together to afford to live. There was only one main road through the entire favela, the rest were alleyways barely wide enough to walk through with hundreds of steps. Our first stop I bought myself some colourful artwork from a young local artist before we continued on to a local panel beaters shop whose balcony opened to ...
... Fred score!) and while the attendance was 13,000 the place looked empty, because it can hold 80,000!
Me and an other IAESTE student from Araraquara took a stroll down Atlantic Avenue and had a pizza for dinner at a restuarant on the boulevard, then Acai from a stall further along. It was a great way to end an excellent weekend in Rio! Today I'm moving on to Ilha Grande for a relaxing time on the beach and hiking around the forest.
... half way in and had to stop - maybe I'll watch the rest later! At the moment I'm watching the rest of 'Wolf on Wall Street' which I began watching when we went on the plane last time, but kept falling asleep - I'm not even sure I'll get through it all this time either!
7 hours 36 minutes to go...
My iPad says 17.06, 18.06 Amsterdam time, 14.06 Rio time, which means about 4 hours to go! We are ...
... city of Rio from the ocean. Most people take a gondola to the top but Jefferson told us that you can hike half way up, so we opted for the hike to build character. He accompanied us along the slippery trail which took out quite a few tourists. But it was all worth it when we saw the views at the top. You can see the ocean and Rio with the Christ the Redeemer statue looking over the city. Pretty epic. After Sugarloaf we went straight to Copacabana beach for "FIFA Fun ...
It has rained all day. Rio, in winter, is yuck in the rain. It is chilly, grey, and sopping wet. To make matters worse, the water loosens some of the grime of the city, and creates a muck that sticks to everything. It took me ten minutes of hard scrubbing to remove the layer of this muck from my feet and my pants went straight to the washing machine. Yuck.
The winter rain dampens the energy of the city too. When ...