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On Monday night we went to the infamous Rio Boat Club, run by Bem Brasil. There were 20 from the hostel going. It was fun as I was with a good bunch of people but there was a feeling of teenage disco about it. Nevertheless it was a great way to spend an evening out in Guanabara Bay in Rio.
Next day was my chance to go to Niteroi, a town across the bay from Rio. Itīs a bit of a trek to get to. You ...
... We also did a supposedly 12 hour (actually 13.5 hour) coach
tour up the coast to the Buzios peninsular, as a celebration that day of
Christine’ birthday. Buzios is the fishing village and beachy peninsular area
Bridget Bardot and her boyfriend made famous in the 60’s, but although the town
was very pretty and had great ...
... past time. Next stop was the beach. And it was absolutely packed!! No joke, people everywhere. I have never seen so many people. The atmosphere was electric and it was at least 5 hours before kickoff. We chilled at a coconut stall, ate our lunch and watched the fans chant battle each other! Next minute....Jess couldn't find her wallet......she looked everywhere. Long story short it must have been left in the cab that we got to the fan fest. Poor Jess, there was ...
... not keep the clothes, we were allowed to swap them for some we actually might wear again. All in all though, it was a hilarious experience, Milton is the most extravagant and equally fantastic human I have ever met, and we sure got some interesting looks from the brazilians in the market going about their daily shopping. Yet what is most important of course is the World Cup. I have never seen so many men in all my life. Typically the World Cup is going to ...
... front of the big screen with a cooler full of beers and a couple of deck chairs. The drinking started at about 10am along with 20, 000 other people and by the time Brazil kicked off everyone was pretty drunk and had made best friends despite the language barriers. During the match a young English couple sat next to us on the sand and we made friends with a group of Brazillians, the next thing we knew the match had finished and we were all on a bus to an area of ...