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... time” yet. The tour we took was almost private with just us and an Italian girl, and it took us to two different caves with blue pools inside. The first one, Poço Encantado, was a beautiful dark blue due to the magnesium in the water and about 60 m deep. The second one, Poço Azul, was more light blue and we were allowed to swim and snorkel in it, which was quite interesting. For lunch, we tried to eat cactus. It was alright, but nothing special. Along the way, we ...
... He was asking me about my kindle vs. a book, what I was reading, where we had been. When I ordered a Bloody Mary he copied me despite having never tried it before. When I asked if he liked it he replied with a grimace "Yes, it tastes like tomato sauce". I have a feeling that will be the last time he copies the drink order of a random stranger on a plane.
... been an amazing (nearly) 6 months to start our adventure. We cooked up lunch before deciding to just relax on the balcony, reminisce on the trip, have a few nice drinks and get in touch with the family back home.
We spent the afternoon mucking around on the hammock, taking various pictures being little kids while we managed to get a hold of both sets of family on Skype before it was time for dinner and more drinks.
The night got away from us pretty quick after ...
... quickly rubs off on you and it is hard to hide your smile. At the end of the first day, we went to Sugarloaf mountain to witness an amazing sunset. It is very tempting to keep shooting pictures, but the best thing was to just sit on a bench together and watch the sunset over Rio. The next day the Favela tour was on the menu with stops in Rocinha and Vila Canoas to see how people live in the slums. A ...
It’s important to remember that the timing of the seasons is the exact opposite of Europe and the US, with winter beginning the 22nd of June and summer starting on December 22nd. Spring begins in September and autumn's first day is the 22nd of March. I visited Rio just at the time when summer was slowly getting over (Feb/early March), which I felt was perfect as it could be very warm in Dec/Jan time period.
Rio De Janerio has ...