Malibu Palace Hotel
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... Got back home in the evening and Stephen will come with the boys on the morning of the 14th. Nilda won't be coming as she fears it will be too cold in the mountains. Stephen friend kind of scared us all about the drop in temperature in the mountains. Boy, was he wrong! It was warmer than Cabo Frio with sun every day except one rain shower that lasted several ...
... it. Then it was on to Rio. You may have realised that I had some major doubts about coming here and the tour company didn't really cheer me up much with stories of not using the ATMs because we'd be ripped off or mugged, no walking around on your own, only using cabs at night and all that jazz. It wasn't like that at all. Don't get me wrong, it could have been and certainly we had a couple of moments which weren't too comfortable, but we're both fine, we ...
... get windier. Rio. It is raining. Our laundry drip dries. Alpha Hostel is a clean, friendly place in a row of hostels off a side street in East Botofogo (pronounce this and make of it what you will). At R25,00 a night per person (US$11), it is decently cheap for Rio. We sleep in a common bunk bed room with a shared bathroom and kitchen area. Harold, our new French friend, two Chilean girls, an Isreali and a Spaniard, took us to Lapa, notorious night life scene on ...
... move! You got a slow cog train up the side of the mountain and then you walked up a few stairs to the very top. Sugar Loaf Mountain was spectacular too but unfortunately we picked the only cloudy day to go up there so the views weren´t too clear. You took 2 cable cars to get to Sugar Loaf (and it was really windy). We did enjoy Rio but would probably have preferred less time here and more time ...
... part) is free of arrogance. they wear skimpy clothes and it is entirely acceptable to wander the streets of ipanema or copacabana in nothing but the tiniest bikini or trunks. there are a lot of magnificent bodies here but they are more natural than the beauty in nz, more curvy. even though people are more beautiful here i feel a lot less self-conscious. people seem to admire all types and the men are very flattering. oh, ...