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... the Portuguese menu but ended up with a really tasty chicken dish. When we got back there was a big party at the guest house but for the first time in our lives we didn't attend and went to bed!!! We must be getting old ha ha!! Day 104- New Years eve! NYE started with a very early start to the beautiful Christ the Redeemer (the big Jesus on the hill). We got the first train there and literally ran the last steps to be the first one up there and get a photo with the big ...
... steps are being made to improve this. Santa Marta's residents are now hooked up to the city's electric grid and able to obtain discounts on their electricity through a recycling programme, which is fully supported by the residents. There is a real sense of community within Santa Marta. A daycare programme for children has been set up so that parents can go out to work, and it has its own micro economy. Whilst it felt very surreal entering a community with the ...
... the bikinied beauties one might expect - lots of cellulite, obesity and huge families. Copocabana is slightly better than Ipanema.
The Christ the redeemer statue is the one that everyone sees with the arms outstretched. You could walk or (with permissions) drive, but the vast number of tourists etc take the cogtrain, which as its name implies is pulled up and down by a series of cogs. It is chokka with people at the top, but the views are fabulous.
... I could actually do with another few days in the hotel, maybe then I would relax - but there's no time for that - Dragoman is calling!!!!!
I enjoyed a last hour sat on the roof, then collected my backpack and had a taxi sorted - of course I didn't have to do much as the taxis wait outside these hotels!
So now I am sat in the Hotel Argentina - it's 16.36 and we ...
... staying with the boys. We met up with some Chilean dudes that the others had met at Books and all headed to get amongst the festivities. It was crazy. Street party with approximately 15-20k people. Ended up spending a few hours trying to find Jarry after we lost him but to our relief he was already home when we made it back to Copacabana. All in all a great night and a crazy introduction to Rio de ...