Ibis Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont
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... piled in
that to get back up – as Favelas are built in to the mountains they are very
After the Favela we headed over Sugarloaf Mountain- you go
up the two famous cable cars and the views are supposed to be the best in Rio –
from this point you are at the far West of the city, so everything is laid out
in front of you. Fantastic attraction -
the cars don’t take very long to move up, and the viewpoints are ...
I robbed again! Twice in one week. I can't quite believe I was travelling for 3 months in some really poor countries with no problems and within two weeks in Brazil - the most well off country and I'm robbed twice. Unlike the last one this robbery wasn't a big deal but I will explain all soon enough. It was our first day in Rio and unfortunately it was a cloudy one. We sat in the hostel waiting for the sun to come out and play. It is so annoying, everyday I have ...
... in Corcovado and saw the enormous Christ the Redeemer statue towering above the city. It was an amazing sight to see and the view from there was also amazing. After that we saw the football stadium- Maracanã-where the World Cup final will be played. We hope to see a game there on Wednesday between two local teams which would be fantastic on Dec's birthday! Anyway after lunch we went to the cathedral where the Pope was during world youth day and inside it was beautiful, ...
... wanted to try and do some good today we decided to try and help her so I ended up pushing a car up a hill even with a nakered leg. #YOLO It hasn't been all bad though- this morning I fed a monkey that came into the kitchen on the roof. Yes it's unhygenic but he was so cute that I don't care if he gives me rabies or something. We I got in (after pushing the car) I decided to go for a walk whilst it was light because I was feeling a bit penned in and it was so ...
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