Hotel Don Quijote
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to the boat ladder. I ripped off the wet suit and gasped for air. I took a bit of a breather and collected my snorkelling gear and went into the water without the wet suit. I couldn't see any fish from above the water and when I put my head under with my mask on I panicked. Hundreds of big flat silvers fish swam through my legs and around the water beneath me. I scrambled back on to the ladder of the boat to calm down. ...
... alone knew the name of!)
The city sprawls. It’s massive. No matter how far you drive in any direction you just keep being in the city. There are a large number of ghetto’s (or favelas) on the outskirts where unfortunately many of the city’s occupants live. There is a stark contrast between very rich and very poor in Brazil. Those lucky enough to be in the ‘rich’ bracket have some fabulous districts (all with high fences, armed guards ...
... with a different beach each day to try (or 2 or 3 different beaches), belting hot weather (just one day of rain), and magnificent views was fantastically relaxing. The nightlife wasn't much to write home about, but after a full day in the sun cooled mainly by cans of Skol, post-dinner energy levels were practically non-existent. That said, we did investigate the local 'in' club, but they wanted 70 reales to get in - ...
... or some big gansta (the latter not quite in his words but you follow) then he would tell us that we cannot take any photos! Rachina is the biggest and oldest favela in Rio with 200,000 people, its amazing! After his take he then said "Are you Ready?" and everything happened very quickly from there! We walked briskly up to lots of guys who lived in the favela and picked a guy to jump on the back of their motorbike! OH MY LORD! This was the most terrifying ride of my life ever! I ...
Alex: We landed in Rio at about 12 midnight and the whole city seemed to be against us. The only bank that would accept Visa wasnīt working so we couldnīt get any local currency (luckily we keep a few US dollars for these situations), we then lost more time than we thought (2 hours not 1) so the last bus to Ipanema was long gone, our taxi driver asked for the address of our chosen hostel and when we got there it wasnīt open....we ended ...