Hotel Fasano Rio de Janeiro
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... and it was so good to see them! We based ourselves in a 10 person penthouse a few roads back from Copacabana Beach and we couldn't really go wrong from there. The lovely 4.5km curving beach of Copacabana with its high rise buildings lining Av Atlântica was a good place to start the day, having first got your fruit fix from one of the many juice bars that are everywhere in Brazil. Everything else was a relatively cheap taxi ride away or accessible on the metro so ...
... of cloud coverage over Christ the Redeemer and SugarLoaf Mountain. I'm going to keep this short and sweet because it's my last day in South America and I plan on spending it at Copacabana beach and not in front of a computer. Here are some pics from Christ the Redeemer, Lapa Steps, Metropolitan Cathedral and SugarLoaf Mountain! ...
... mountain and the famous steps covered in mosaic. I also went on a tour of a favela which is where most of the people of Rio live, they're made out of metal and are built on the hill on top of each other. We had to walk past gang members with AK-47 and grenades around their belts, pretty scary place.
And that concludes my time travelling.
19 flights, 13 countries and half a year later, its home time.
Over and out.
... it to a pub in Ipanema to watch the straight to dvd thriller that was Argentina vs Netherlands. As disappointing a match it was, it is never too dull for me to not enjoy the pained expressions of Robben and Van Persie, who will always remain two of my most despised footballers.
The following day the same quartet (Julian remained flu-stricken, Benny bedbound) rose early to visit Rio's most celebrated site, Corvocado. This is surely one of the world's most photographed ...
... on them 2pm-3pm so I assumed that we had to get up there in those times. After listening to peoples conversations around us, it was a surprise to hear that their tickets were for 3pm-4pm and 4pm-5pm. YES!!!!!!! When I was walking up I saw a man holding up a priority boarding sign with time frames on it. I looked at the time and it was 1.54pm. I sent Danielle to go suss it out and I told her to use her goods if necessary. She cam back 25 minutes later and pulled me out of the ...