Hotel Novo Mundo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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... the world and now we know why!! Lots of the views are breathtaking and we must have about a 1000 photos of here alone. There is loads of coatis (pretty much rabies-ridden racoons) which try to eat your food, and we saw huge geckos, monkeys, tropical birds and beautiful tropical butterflies. It was absolutely scorching hot though so it was pretty tough in the heat!!
The second day we went to the Argentinian falls, and we toured it with a ...
... was available so we made arrangements to meet her Monday morning at 10:00am to go and see/rent it. A friend of hers came by and he made a few calls looking for a place for us but none were as cheap as Tanya's place. So we confirmed our meeting time and place and continued on our way.
To save money, we walked a couple of blocks off the beach and bought drinks at the market and took them back to the beach to drink them. It was a lovely night and we were ...
... ale mame pocit, ze tu není tolik turistů jak by se dalo očekávat. Tak nas napadlo jak asi prelidneno tu musi byt v hlavní sezóně.
Vecer jsme zasli do restaurace v Santa Teresa s názvem Bar des Mineirov. Objednáváme některé místní speciality - smažené ryby, salát a rýže a Femi si dal brazilské národní jídlo Feijoada - vepřové maso a rýže s fazolemi. Byli jsme docela prekvapeni kdyz nam jidlo donesli. Precetli jsme si ...
... area was very safe and people moved about 24-hours a day here so really no issues if we decided to head out for dinner late at night. That we did. We headed west on the beach (well lit) looking for a place for dinner. We walked for a couple of minutes and found Manuello & Joaquin's, a very crowded restaurant with seemingly a local clientel,and under a large white tent.
After scanning the "english" menu, we made ...
... of metered electricity and water and (in a highly unpopular move) a land tax charge. Pre-pacification, electricity and water used to run straight m from the mains and was therefore free. So there is still an argument that pacification is far from a positive move, as it simply pushes the poor out of the city centre into more even marginalised spaces. The police, even now, have little or no control in many favelas. Only 30 - 40 of them (as at Oct 2014) have now ...