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 …
... s my bag that's done that, will I ever get it back , and how embbarrassing is this going to be. But at 6:45am the bag still wasn't there it also wasn't with the othe backpacks on the wall. Finally at 6:55am I had the bag. In a Big Al panic I ran to the check in desk to learn that Brazilians are very chilled just looking at ...
... of bars and cantina-style restaurants and, though lively, felt very relaxed. We found a very bare but very full bar that served huge sharing portions of meat, chicken and chips (everything you've ever wanted) alongside litre bottles of beer so we settled down and tucked in! Of course, it didn't hurt that the waiter was an Enrique-esque Brazilian hot-rod sausage (Scott's words, not mine)!
Hot-rods aside, we did manage to see some of the more traditional ...
... Fest goes silent. I fall to the ground in amazement. Everyone is stunned. The game is over, and has ended in a tie on the last kick of the game. Incredible. Feels like a loss. However, with the tie, it makes the Portugal/Ghana game very important, assuming we will lose to Germany.
Following the game, we file out of Fan Fest with everyone else and run into Alex' friends who he had come down with. We head to the apartment where they drop their stuff ...
... birds but seeing few we were on high alert for wildlife. And then came the marmosets. Sydney couldn't have been happier when a rustle overhead turned out to be a common marmoset. This species of monkey is native to northeastern Brazil but has been introduced throughout varies areas of South America. They are small, fairly primitive monkeys that lack fingernails on all but there big toe, and have a long bushy tail that is more reminiscent of a gray squirrel than a ...