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Travel Blogs from Rio de Janeiro
... in the colours if brazil with tiles from all around the world. After a bit of stressing as usual and feeling uncomfortable we made it to cinélandia on the metro which was very easy to get, we got off the wrong way and were looking puzzled, when a helpful heavily obese Carioca with sweat beading of his face re directed us. We were quite frankly disappointed by these arches that could do with a few licks of paint so ...
... Francis "I've got a feeling everything's going to be alright."
We had a slight hiccup getting to our original retreat location but have now relocated and will shortly commence the reflection component of this experience. The past 15 days have been like no other and before returning to Australia it will be important to make sense of such a massive experience.
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... pumping! The biggest we have seen yet, especially since Copacabana isn't known for their surf.
We walked through town and impulsively found some dinner and stopped at a market to get a few things. An old lady walks up to us, says something in Portugese, tells us her name is Mary, touches Alex's hair and then proceeds to kiss Alex. Classic. I am not sure ...
... place. Next we visited Christ the Redeemer which was amazing to finally see. Due to the low cloud cover the days before he wasn't visible from the city below. He is positioned to face the centre of the city and the port in order to welcome boats as they arrive into Rio. Following Christ we passed through the old town of Santa Teresa which was built high in the National Park. It is a pretty hippie town where you can enjoy lunch and stay drinking beer/wine until ...
... for construction of a hotel, they will offer the owner a price, which the owner cannot refuse and it could be 10x less than the value of the house. This makes buying property a big gamble! Rodrigo told us that eventually the government will develop the area and the 350,000 people will be forced to the nearest big favela about 3 hours away.
In fact, there isn’t much legal activity going on inside the favela. For example- the power lines are hilarious and have become a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center