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Today's adventure started with a breakfast of pancakes and passionfruit juice before heading out on the metro to Sugar Loaf mountain.
I must admit, we did get a bit lost on our walk, but with the help of some friendly Brazilians we were on our way!
Sugar Loaf was incredible with views that encompassed the whole of Rio- it was especially cool looking down on the almost empty Copacabana beach, still with big screens up, ...
... standing up it was time to leave and we headed home around 3ish, noticing on the way the Argentinian campsites that had sprung up over the city ahead of the final the following day. World Cup Final day! We decided to watch it on Copacabana and soak up the atmosphere with the thousands and thousands of Argentinians in the crowd and a few Germans. Thousands of Argentinians apparently crossed the border once they had reached the final so there were an estimated 100,000 in ...
... impressive Christ the Redeemer, the latter providing better views of the city on a clearer day. The only issue with the statue is the number of people (Karen and I included) who try to replicate Jesus himself for a photograph causing probably the highest rate of pokes in the eye per square foot in the world. Ending our time in Rio we visit a samba themed restaurant and sample some traditional caipirinhas. The drinks, like everything in Brazil are heavily laden with sugar but not short ...
5. Berlin, Germany (Techno! Up there as being the 'coolest' city in the world, for sure).
FOOD! (Always a priority)
Asia! So unbelievable fresh, often prepared right there and then in front of you in the street, always so amazingly tasty (the food in Vietnam especially is amazing, those bahn mi sandwiches are something I need to find in the UK (or at least a parody of))...
.......but the country that most blew me away was China: ...
... that was with the hour time difference. When back in BA it was a long wait at the taxi rank to get a cab to our Hotel! Yes, once again staying in a hotel. Expedia had a sale on when we were in Punta Del Diablo and it was actually cheaper for us to stay in a 3 star hotel than it was in a hostel. Sometimes it pays to look around for accommodation and look at booking.com and Expedia as sometimes you can get a really good deal in half decent hotels. The RH Rochester Classic hotel ...