Mercure Apartments Niteroi
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... of it in various poses. Then we took in the view, snapping more photos. One arrives by train back and forth.
Lunch was in an old restaurant/cafe that was quite beautiful. It was a buffet, which seems fairly typical here.
After lunch, we enjoyed trying on Samba costumes and getting lessons on what happens during Carnival. When at first no one volunteered, I volunteered and then most everybody ...
... by-weight place, we headed back to the hostel. I showered and then drank some rum and coke. I went into Lapa to meet up with some friends from the beach. After just a few beers at a cafe, I took a cab home where some hostel friends were chilling. More music. More great times playing my tiny little Yamaha travel guitar. We smoked with some Israelis who also had a guitar (we jammed, of course) and played music until the hostel worker told us to ...
So we arrived back in BH on the 23rd and went for some typical local food recommended by our hosts before just chilling that night in preparation for England v Costa Rica next day. Matt and I arrived at Stadio Minerão, with an English lad we'd met in Rio, at 11ish and despite the lack of importance, the atmosphere was well and truly building. After a few beers, we went in and took our position up in the Gods. A distinctly ...
... abroad" form for your bank there's still a chance they'll block your card. This happened. Luckily for me I knew Foz and Rees had already landed, and made it to the hostel - in fact I'd just received a text saying they were in fact already in bed (about 9:30pm local) suffering from jet lag. I know that feeling but the frustration of having zero Reals (due to shortages in uk and then aforementioned cash machine issues) I was wide awake. I had no choice but to head ...
... back on Copacabana beach that I could lie down and sunbathe, while Sarah could still see the game on the big screen! That evening we met everybody in Copacabana for a final meal - a lovely way to finish my time there, and at the same time marking Sarah and Antoine's birthdays and saying goodbye to Nina, Daisy and myself. There are so many volunteers in the project at the moment, but it's lovely to see such committed people. I've worked on so many different projects by now, ...