Corais e Conchas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... tequilas at one point. The couple were reading on the beach and mentioned that they wanted to read "Marching Powder". Me & Rimba had just finished reading it and I decided to give it to this nice couple. A few days later, I spotted the guy on the beach and he was 10 pages from the end. His girlfriend couldn't wait to read it next. I'm glad that it had found a good home. Chris had bought some coke the night before, and we decide to go on the hunt for more. A local guy walking past the ...
... Well, Shua was showy-offy… mine was more sort of unco throw yourself over the edge, but it kept the kids on board (by which I mean Josh) amused.
A few hours later, we headed back to the mainland for a late lunch. The per kilo restaurant is a genius and economical way to eat in Brazil. It’s essentially an enormous buffet but the food is generally of a waist-line blowing standard and offers fresh cooked steaks, brochette (that’s skewers to you n ...
... first place. I head out to my usual starting bar and I meet 3 chicks there who I initially thought were Brazilian but once I heard them talking I realized they were Americans. Nice, I haven't met an American in quite awhile. I end up talking to them and they are all originally from Dallas. They don't look American though, but that's because they are partly Indian (not feather Indian, dot Indian). The one actually lives in Chicago and has an ...
... parade, both men and women go down to the beach to both strut and admire each others' goods. There are uniforms of course. Men wear tiny squares of fabric that leave nothing to the imagination, which is already reeling from the sight of so much body hair. Women wear the typical brazilian bikini, and a sarong - which acts as your dress to the beach, your beach mat to lay on while you sun yourself, and your towel. Also, there are ...
... glass walls. Just the amound of trapped open air in there was cool. And of course I had to go to PŃo de Ašucar (Sugarloaf). The famous mountain that you take two trams to get to the top of. Timed it so I could see the sunset from up there. The most beautiful sight I have ever seen. Can see a lot of Rio, and the landscape is gorgeous. After dark there was lightening in the distance too, really cool looking. Rio has to be the prettiest city ...