Ibis Rio De Janeiro Centro
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From Sao Paulo we flew 40 minutes to Rio de Janeiro.
For all four of us coming back to Rio confirmed to us that it still remained our favourite Brazilian city and one of best places we have been to on this whole trip.
For Chrissy and Josh this would be their last day as that evening they had a flight out to Panama.
For us …
... and headed towards Ipanema and Leblon beaches. The guide said in the summer the sun sets over the ocean so the apartments along the seafront are the most expensive in Rio - this is a bit strange as, at the moment, the sun sets behind the buildings! At the end of Leblon beach we continued to the Sheraton Hotel and Resort, where we stopped to take photos. The view was fantastic looking back along ...
... I was happy that they didn’t see me taking pictures of them…The party for that night was over. Germany vs. Argentina – World Cup Final in Maracana A clearly historical game, Germany had the chance to win the Cup in Brazil against Argentina. Tickets on the black market online ranged between 1,000 USD – 9,000 USD. This was crazy and people still bought it. My limit was 500 Euro even though this was already a lot of money for ...
... both ways with no fear. at one stage our van had to roll backwards to let another car through and because we couldn't do a hill start with 16people in the car. finally we made it half way up the hill when a truck screamed around the corner....surely no room to get past. everyone in our van got out. there was no way we could hill start this time...I swear the hill was as steep as a black run at thredbo! no worries after that. a short walk ...
... to help others from the heart. I realise this set up is more down to 'young adults' wanting to travel the world, do what seems 'right' by volunteering but not actually wanting to do it. Spending countless real on drinking clubbing etc seems double standard when you're here in a favela with many people not able to spend money on such luxurious good, yet you're 'living the culture'. I heard a girl say I saw a homeless man so I stepped over him, I ...