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Blake.tom stayed here on Jun 17, 2014 during their trip titled: My Great Adventure.
... from a gigantic rat to make it back in one piece! We heard many of the stories of the favelas and it was fascinating how they go about daily life and afford to live from artist to the new child day care centre. An incredible experience to say the least! The sunburn of our disastrous day at the beach is still raw with Anna's feet swelling but apart from that a grand start to our travelling ...
... with a tear (more info on the links above) that we discovered is a protest to the bureaucracy surrounding the reinstatement of the iconic tram, which was shut down following a major accident in 2011. We had lunch at one of the many "buffet por kilo" restuaunts dotted around the city. They are a great concept, you choose your food from the selection, it gets weighed and you pay for what you have, a much better take on the all you can eat places you get back home. ...
The sun woke up before Sam and I had even slept and because we were still in Lapa and still drunk, we decided to go back to the steps. We had the whole place to ourself for like an hour so we walked up the top, just sat down and just took it all in. We both made the clever decision to leave our phones at the hostel, but it meant we weren't able to take pictures. Oh well something else for the personal memory.
We met some brazilians ...
... to the statue. In this time our guide barely said a word. She briefly told us what we were passing in a very dull and monotonous voice but nothing about anything. We could have identified what we passed ourselves by just reading the signs. She sounded bored stiff the whole time.
We were then all marshalled onto the train up the mountain through a rain forest and then caught a lift and then an escalator to the top. The statue is awe inspiring ...