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 …
... time to orientate us and give us the lowdown on the town and places to go. Especially since we only had 48 hours in Rio we wanted to maximize our days. They were really helpful in mapping out must see places and informing us on safety in the city. Basic rule of thumb in this city, is always walk where there are people and you are safe. Apparently the locals of Rio don't put up with pick pockets so they have no problem chasing them down if they see it happen, hence why you stay ...
... to recognise you - starting to feel like home!) another sunny day so we headed down to Ipanema for a spot of sunbathing. Pretty packed as it was a Sunday, Hannah spent the time reading, and the boys enjoying the er...views. At sundown headed into Leblon to watch the Holland match and saw super goalie Tim Krul see off Costa Rica in pens with his mind games. We then met up with our Brazilian friend Luca and some of his mates as he was taking us to a party in the Vidigal favela ...
... sent Blake a detailed email discussing his time in Rio a couple of weeks prior to us arriving and he had said Lapa was a great place and that we had to go to a samba club there. Additionally, Lapa is the home to the famous painted steps that are included in, among other things, the "Beautiful" music video by Snoop and Pharrell. Great song, so we decide we have to check it out.
We take a taxi to Lapa, around 30 minutes away, and start ...
Our 13th flight today from Rio to Foz du Iglassus, some turbulence, our roughest flight so far so was a bit worried for awhile. Taken to our hotel, La Cantera, in the forest then back to The Brasilain side of the Falls with our guide. Have to go through immigration each time we cross the border. Travelled through the park to the falls on a bus. Enormous. ...