Everest Park Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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2nd half of the week
We visited Copacabana beach which was pretty cool got burnt and drunk fresh coconut water!
we went to a Carnaval warm up party called a bloco. It was absolutely mental! thousands of people everywhere just getting ****** in the street and partying from like 8am. (this travelling malarky got a bit hard work just drinking everyday!)
We went ...
... my guitar, mandolin, laptop bag, and purse. Rochelle had a carry-on duffle bag and her large suitcase. Thankfully, we met up with a very helpful pair of people. The woman spoke good English and the man helped carry my bags. I still lugged my heavy guitar and the mandolin to the top of the hill. It was a lovely walk however through the park and the huge trees offered much-needed shade from the hot sun.Sergio made 4 trips up and down the many steps to his place ...
... a minute. After a while I realize they are Czech. So the reason Femi got the perplexed look was either because they just did not expect a black guy in Rio to speak Czech or they understood his comment about bellies J.
We spent the day walking around Copacabana, which is another famous beach (little less posh than Ipanema and with less good looking people around) and the surrounding areas and head back to the hostel for the evening. ...
... which they named the "January River" AKA "Rio de Janeiro". Get it?? But there is no river. By the time the first settlement was established and the error was realised, the name had already stuck and so we now have Rio ... There were only two things I really wanted to see in Rio - Sugar Loaf Mountain and Christo Redentor ("Christ the Redeemer"). I'd planned to see them both on separate days but after a pleasant 5km stroll down the length of Copacabana beach from ...
The Argentina side of the Iguazu Falls is absolutely massive which is why it takes one full day to explore. After you get into the park most of the trails are elevated wooden walkways that are broken up into three sections; the Lower Trail, Upper Trail, and Devil's Throat.
At the first station when you enter the park they will try to sell you a boat trip and a 4×4 truck tour through the jungle (to the boat tour). The boat trip is more ...