Hotel Premier Copacabana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Brazil’s main exports are iron ore, crude petroleum, corn, soybeans, raw sugar, Arabica coffee and poultry. Much of the sugar cane is used in ethanol fuel.
Brazil is approximately the same size as mainland USA with a population of 213 million. The population of Rio is 7 million. ...
Good news to start the day. Derek received a message from Lima airport to say that his phone had been found. He must have left it in the tray going through security as we both had problems and had to go through the gate several times and Derek had to take lots of things off to get the all clear so spent a while putting everything back in its place. Now we just have to work out who can collect it and mail it to him.
A fairly early start this morning for ...
... which are illegal and apparently dangerous but it just looked like parts of La Paz or other poorer cities we have seen on our travels. The only difference was that they don’t have any official power so there are thousands of electricity cables going down the mountains and piggy backing off government traffic lights in other suburbs. The favelas have some of the best views in Rio as they are often set on steep hills ...
... for Copa as it was a different one to the top which I came on. After we had worked it out, I was told my English was good - so I told them I WAS English, so it should be! He had thought I was German - probably not the best nationality to be in Brazil at the moment!
Once back at the beach I wandered up towards the fort, as I hadn't been there and wanted to see the view! It was only 6 Reals ...
... of everyone who saw it, full credit for stepping into the Derek Hancock role of pulling off the move. Our moves hadn't gone unnoticed by a group of Brazilian girls on the other side of the room, unfortunately only one could speak English. Without going into a great deal of detail, Tony Tony described me as 'getting stuck in' whilst Grafite and Clean Shirt said I looked like 'the cat who got the cream' after getting some extra attention from a nice Brazilian lady.