Hotel El Cazar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... on the beach, until the bar opens. In the arvo, we create "Coopers bar" in the hostel bar. It overlooks the water. We are the only ones drinking, and we pretend that we have just opened a new bar. We invite some people off the beach to come up. 2 sexy brazilian milfs bring there young kids up for a bit. A young English couple are sunbaking below, hear the music blaring from the bar and come up. They end up staying for a couple of hours. We have numerous beers and Chris&Me shout a ...
... and home to a multitude of graceful sea birds. Unfortunately, our boat was too big to squeeze in, so we were forced to admire a big black hole in the rocks from outside, whilst smaller vessels zipped in and out, their passengers squealing and whooping as they were swallowed by the darkness. Still, the next stop was more impressive, anchoring in crystal clear water where we snorkelled with giant fish, before returning to the boat for a spot of showy-offy freestyle jumping off ...
... not hear the music". If you really think about this quote, it is mind boggling and can make you rethink your entire worldview. It's a great quote to remember whenever you want to judge someone else. I myself judge people all the time, but it's all in fun (mostly). I listen to my ipod a bit on shuffle and that U2 song "Stuck in a Moment" comes on and it's the first time I have heard it on this trip and one of the reasons why I came on this trip ...
... Cariocas, we spent most of our time on the beach. In fact, our guide book defines a true Carioca as someone who goes to the beach before, after, and often instead of, work. The beaches in Rio are truly a wonder. They are absolutely beautiful, with long stretches of white sand next to vast expanses of turqouise waters. Much more entertaining than beautiful (although they would beg to differ) are the Cariocas themselves. Like ...
... myself up to appreciating art a little more. Considering I lived in NYC for 4 years and never went to the Moma or Met, this is progress. Everybody keeps making a fuss over it, so maybe there is something to it. Anyway, so checked out a cool photography exhibit about Angola (in Africa, Brazil is most closely tied to Angola - another old Portuguese colony - so you do hear and learn a bunch about that country here). Saw a convent, bla bla bla, ...