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... and then walked back to where Emma was staying. There was no sign of her sisters. We went to bed and at about 7 am the sisters arrived. They had come back to the flat and couldn't get in without a key so they had slept in the neighbours house. All a big dramas they had had a terrible night. That morning we lay about and at 2 I went back to my place to change and see what was in store. As soon as I got back to mine, which was about 3.30 there was a message from Elisha saying we ...
... here –
the snagging list is as long as BR101! Still, was worth seeing the flying
saucer art museum beautifully located on a rocky promontory, so got a bus to
that too, having grabbed a bagful of cozinhos to go – not sure exactly what
they were (deep fried small fishy balls?). Entry was steep, price wise!, so
viewed from outside and headed back, even closer this time to the pale green
wedding cake that is Ilha Fiscal, hanging by a ...
... again to watch the sunset, because I couldn't get enough of it.
The next day was already my last one. The weather changed and it rained a bit, so I decided to go to a museum in the city center, which had nice expositions about slavery, favelas and some work of Oscar Niemeyer.
After visiting the museum, I packed my bag at the hostel and took a bus back to Sao Paulo. It was a great short trip in an amazing city, definately go there again during my stay here in Brazil.
... I love this city immensely I can't help but feel like it's wrong, & also feel partially guilty for fuelling it (FIFA). On the top of the hill to the right stood "Christ Redeemer" overlooking the picturesque city. Although I really enjoy this statue and he looks amazing watching over the hills, I can't help but have mixed emotions about him too. It all seems a little ironic to me, watching over the favelas while thousands of people pay money to go ...
... though no Tottenham players were there. It was great to see how much effort goes into every aspect of preparation and hear the coaches shouting at/praising players who had been doing it for 15 years. What a treat. Unfortunately Ali's dream didn't come true and he didn't get the call up from Roy. After we headed back into the media centre we sat in on the press conference with the two Danny's, which again was a real eye opener watching it live rather than on TV. After ...