Augusto´S Paysandu Hotel
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... the premiere league of the samba schools, with the best 6 schools performing on the Sunday - which is when we went. Our tour guides arranged for a local face painter to come and do our make up and I quickly befriended him as he wants to work in Ibiza and I could give him some contacts. Well lucky us because this also meant he gave us extra special treatment and spent a lot longer on our make up than everyone else! We both had different style head dresses ...
... Sambadrome, thinking it was too expensive so we would just enjoy the street parties instead, but when we got wind that we could get £12 tickets we figured we were willing to lose that if they were fakes so we'd take a punt on them. Thankfully they were legit, the worst seats in the house, yes, but legit all the same. Just being in the Sambadrome alone was worth the cash. It's a 700m long avenue with stadium stands for 90,000 lining it. Brazilians take the ...
... to the top of the mountain and admired the 360 degrees views of Rio.
Back in terra firme we stopped at a nearby hospital to get Yovanna checked. As it turned out she had been stung by a wasp while in Iguazu and the insect had left the stinger under the skin of her leg. Stinger removed she was still in pain so we went back to the hotel. We missed Ipanema and Leblon, we hoped she gets better ...
... up at 12:20. We then proceeded to ride around for an hour and a half picking people up from other hostels. Finally we were heading up to Christ the Redeemer, when the tour guide said that he got a message from his boss and we had to go BACK across town to pick up one more person. UGH. After a grand total of two hours riding around in the car, we finally headed up to Sugarloaf mountain via the cable cars to check out the views from there. Rio is a really beautiful ...
Coming in live from the most pimped out ride since Roxanne was doing her thang - Via Bariloche Bus Service. Since the age of 8 I have had the life ambition of flying first class (tells you a little about the sort of child I was) but after this 17 hr ride to Buenos from Puerta Iguazu I may just not need it.
To recap, last entry was following the Taratino epic that was Brasil Germany. Dan, Kai, Foggo and myself went to view Rio's luscious Jardims Botanico and massive lake ...