Hotel Doce Mar
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... prawn curry type dish. We found a spot along the water front and parked up for a few cold beers. It happened to be right where turtles were swimming and feeding. The Aussies apartment was in prime location in centre on the water front so we went back for a few more drinks then Pizza on the beach front. It was the last time wed see them so it was goodbyes then home to bed.
Back to Rio for one last night and a few more sights to bring the South American dream to an ...
... few more drinks at a local club. It's Easter weekend, and Buzios is pumping. People are spilling onto the streets from every kind of venue, restaurant and bar alike.
We finally find a place which looks like a nice balance of good looking people, fun atmosphere, good (i.e. cheap drinks) and decent music. We only stay for a bit though as we are tired from our journey and decide to head home. Besides, Belinda pulls her neck from neck and fist pumping to music.
... and upright. I used to come back wasted all the time and look at Dino and be like "What up Dino" and I would just pimp smack the **** out of it. By the end of the first semester his head was all wilted and leaning to one side. Hah. I had to change rooms at the beginning of the next semester. I don't think he liked me smacking his stupid dinosaur. Anyway, I luckily wake up right before my stop and I stumble up the stairs and into bed. ...
... Botanico which was very nice to wander around. There were lots of trees as well as the odd lake and greenhouse. The orchid greenhouse was full of lots pretty plants except for a very odd thing hanging from the ceiling with lots of roots etc sticking out. I particularly liked the Japanese garden with its water feature and red bridge. I then made my way to Catete and had a quick look around the Museu ...
... a bit here. And to be honest, samba was not a part of anybody´s life, my entire trip, unlike how we may think back home. All that changed after arriving here. This was a "Whoa" experience. Really have to be there...But the curtains are closed and you just here one drummer hitting away at beats for maybe 3 minutes. You get used to hearing it. And then all of a sudden, in unison come 100 (One. Hundred.) more drummers BAM-BAM-BAM-BAM. ...