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... and lean right over the back of our chair practically breathing down the back of our necks, made for the most unnerving bus journey we've ever had the pleasure of.
Thankfully, safe and unscathed we made it to our hostel with all our possessions in tow. As it happens, at one point Scary Man stood up and stood on David's toe. Thinking this was going to be the start of something much worse, David closed his eyes and tensed in preparation for some pain, however all the scary ...
... with people trying to get from ne part of the monument to the other.
Being the massive football fan she is, Megan also dragged herself out to the Maracana to see Fluminense play. Only half the ground was full but they managed to create a hell of an atmosphere. The game itself was pretty woeful but that didn't seem to bother the fans around us.
As I said, the food here is awesome - the churros ...
... pain au chocolate and very strange dough ball thing, which is what the Brazilians have for breakfast - I wasn't actually sure if I liked it or not though!
My first stop was the tourist station so I could book my Corcovado train ticket for tomorrow - I had said I wanted to go back up but this time on the train, so I'm now set for that tomorrow morning.
Next stop was the open top bus I had ...
After waking up we tried out a local empanada place called Sucko and had some juice and a chicken thing that passes as a croissant/empanada. A free this we walked around Rio city and checked out the sights We then walked back to our apartment and got dressed ready for the big game. The girls both supported Brazil whereas I chose my ancestry and went for the Dutch. We decided to check out some of the sights and walked through the city exploring o really ...
... rest of the game in a bar. As it was our last night in Rio we went to a Salsa club in Lapa. This was definitely different to any club I had ever seen before. I consider that as another culture box. After a few hours Anthony and I decided to go and have a few drinks on the street and ended up at Lapa stairs again. At one point I decided to climb up the side of it.
I woke up the next day knowing I had to leave Rio. If ...