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... Hardly had we gotten in the cab until the driver offered us weed, and as it turned out, cab driver was just his bread job; he was a DJ. Safe to say, I felt relieved once we arrived at our destination. The night ended fairly early, though, as the next morning had touristy **** on the agenda. There are many sights and many queues to lo, behold and wait in when visiting Rio, especially during the busiest, barring carnival times, time of the year. Luckily I was at this point ...
... and a Fine Arts museum. We then walked down a few streets and arrived at the Escadaria Selaron, which are beautiful steps covered in mosaic tiles. The 215 steps are brightly coloured, created and built by Jorge Selaron. As his work expanded, he began to collect tiles from countries around the world. I found a few that were from Canada. Our last stopped was by the Arcos de Lapa (the Lapa arches). ...
... make conversion, but they fled into their room and stayed there till we left!
Back to our favourite roast meat restaurant for dinner where we were greeted like returning heroes, I really hope it's not horse we're eating because it is delicious! Found a great little coffee shop just around the corner for desert and coffee. Could hardly make it back to the apartment we were so full. The kids are still out, poor things probably too scared to come home in case we try to talk to ...
... so I aim to have it learned by the time I get to Colombia. After the song session was finished (ironically, when my parents sent me to Jew camp, the Israeli music sessions were also called song sessions), I learned a bunch of words in Hebrew. Apparently, all of the Israelis thought I was Israeli before they met me because I would randomly (and jokingly) shout out the few Hebrew words I knew. It's been almost 10 years since that camp but some words started to come back. I ...
... hipsters come to hang out. It was clear from their clothing and fluency in English that they were much more well off than a lot of brazilians I had seen, but they were very nice and easy to get along with. Turns out they have a band so we exchanged Facebook info and I'm hopefully going to jam with them in a few days! Finally, around 6am, it was time for bed. I crashed immediately and I just woke up. It's 12pm and the final match starts in a few hours. Bring it on Rio de ...