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... and I think it matched the hostel nicely. Brock didn`t even get out of bed until about 2pm. We spent the entire day and night relaxing at the hostel that day. The next day we went out to walk around the town, and then that night some friends of Francisco and Luis took us and a few other travelers from the hostel out to a bar with live music. Something unique about Montevideo is that people will buy beers from the market and sit outside the bar and drink ...
... grande ile a environ 4h de Rio.
A bientot !
Hi Everyone !
Here we are in Rio de Janeiro after a long 25 hours bus trip next to the stinky toilets !
Unfortunately Rio is rainy so it will be hard to go swimming at Copacabana or Ipanema Beach but we visited most of this big city anyway
Cristo the redeemer of course ! The sugar loaf (a big Hill) that gives you a nice view of the city and a beautiful sunset. ...
... eat about 500gm for lunch.
After lunch we continued our tour to the marina and another naval museum where we could board and tour a couple of the war vessels. It also gave a nice view to the Ilha do Fiscal – an island just off the mainland with a lot of government buildings and a church. We then went to Candelaria (another impressive church), the Gloria inlet (a nice park with a view of Sugarloaf Mountain where we stopped to skull a bottle of water), the WWII ...
... br> remortgage their house to pay for their stay)... yep, we went to
Copacabana, baby. And yes, it is a big beach and yes, it is full of men
in skimpy speedos and women in even skimpier g-string bikinis. Call them
what you like but Brazilians are not shy and retiring, there were
bodies of all shapes and sizes being flaunted in teeny tiny swimwear and
more power to them, it's fabulous. Vendors of all sorts go up and down
the beach constantly ...
... but not as nice as what we had seen from the mountain where the Christ statue stood. On the way back down we got some coconuts (my favorite drink) and added them to a large line of cocos other people had drank out of. We took a picture in front of them, joking that we had been rather thirsty and went crazy with the coconuts!
The next day was the day we left. Rio de Janeiro had been great, but I was excited to be heading to the Galapagos Islands!
Bye Flavian and ...