Everest Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Rio de Janeiro is quite simply incredible! Surrounded by rainforest laden mountains, the white-sand beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema and the warm deep blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean, Rio must be the most spectacular setting for any city in the world. Add this to the infectious samba music, good looking locals and the looming statue of Christo Redentor, and you have a tropical paradise. Brazil is the 5th largest country in the world with the gigantic amazon basin taking up 42% of ...
... streets with the beautiful people were washed away. Undeterred we headed out to Lapa and were drawn into a bar by some live samba music. Saturday night in Rio and by 11 it was pretty packed, two buckets of beer in and we had the moves, we had the chat and we had a couple of local groupies sucked in by our British charm! The evening was rounded off with some amazing street food and a massive ringing in our ears! Fabulous end to our Rio adventure with no henna added extras ...
... drink by the harbour, all of a sudden we're skinny dipping in the sea and being told off by an angry local.
Next and last stop of my entire trip.... RIO!!!
We stayed in Copacabana, less people wearing fruit on their head than I expected. There was also less sun, it was really hot and humid but absolutely zero sun. Our last meal together was really fun, many cocktails then we went to Lapa, where everyone parties in the street. We got ...
... need her to! The rest of the tour company is a mix of Aussies, Canadians and a couple from India. Went out for dinner, with Heidi, to (you guessed it) to a buffet! Even more luxurious than last nights. Ate too much and have spent the last two hours desperately trying to digest before lying flat. Early start tomorrow to Parati. Will have scant internet from now but will update as soon as I can! For now, photos of Rio will have to ...
... got back to the hotel just before the rain started up again and spent the rest of the day chilling out; mentally I've checked out and am back home- I don't really feel like I'm in South America anymore. Tomorrow is basically time for breakfast and final packing before I need to catch the cab to the airport. Thanks for having me South America- it's been unforgettable. I'll write a final tally when I'm safely back home and I can guarantee it won't change again ...