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... at the hotel ended at the top with a great view of the city. We finished at the Renaissance Hotel a bit before scheduled and went back to our hotel and as said in the beginning it was our first time to arrive at the hotel in day light. We spend our night relaxing in the hotel with a local beer (Skol) and a pizza. What a great way to end the day! Today we are so ready and excited to have our first encounter with a BCD Travel ...
... hands. Some of the skills on show were ridiculous especially from the women
Playing football with Argentinians on the beach
Going on a sightseeing tour which included:
Sugarloaf mountain (where I met Jamie carragher!)
The maracana stadium
Christ the redeemer
Typical brazilian churrascaria BBQ lunch
At one point I thought if brazil exited then this may ruin the atmosphere but Rio was an absolute blast for the week. I was very ...
... nights in Sao Paulo we ate there. It was a pizza joint and ate mini pizza's when they were R$4 each (NZ$2), how couldn't you.
We spent the morning hanging round the hostel doing admin while waiting for Liz to arrive, then headed to a nearby park for a wander around.
The next day Liz had sorted a walking tour, we decided to get up early to discover the city, we woke to pouring rain so decided not to rush. With it raining off and ...
... in every direction. There was no end to it and at the furthest point the eye could see, the city just blurred into a polluted haze, boxed in by mountains. In truth, as well as being very impressive, it was pretty ugly as well - an inconceivable amount of high rise homes, all built of the same yellowish-grey concrete. Looking at the concrete jungle from above and imagining living there in the thick of it actually made me feel claustrophobic. The best part came as we ...
... not that many products in the end... I guess that's what characterizes a "lower class" supermarket : "Hey we have plenty here ! Not much choice but plenty of quantity !"
I got home a bit confused and worried as to how I was going to be able to cook properly in this country... Fortunately Paulo reassured me quickly :) and told me about this other supermarket chain called "Pćo de Azucar" (which is the name of the big hill/mountain in Rio de Janeiro), which is much ...