Mirasol Copacabana Hotel
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... could pay for bus tickets. Luckily we have been to the airport before as you would never find the ATMs if you relied on signage. For anyone,s future reference head up the escalators in the centre of the building as far as you can go and you will find a bank of them side by side. By some strange coincidence you will already have passed four branches of a currency exchange operation on the arrivals level!
Anne meanwhile checked at ...
... were filled with partying people, spontaneous samba and the occasional drum orchestra. But all good things must come to an end, and so it was farewell to those of yellow colour as well. I still had some touristy things to do, though. I booked a tour of a favela, the shantytowns of Brazil. Climbing the steep mountain sides, where land is cheap compared to the flatter areas near the ocean, the favelas are home for the low of income and education, as well as drug dealers ...
... of Havaianas purchased.
Saturday 29th November
Today is Sugar Loaf try number two. Hopefully the weather will be better, we won’t get lost and distracted by shopping centres etc. We start by finding a clinic to have rabbies shot number two, which we successfully manage even though the ladies in the clinic understand no English. Or at least we hope we got the correct shot J After that we head to Botafogo and walk ...
... here these are modern catamarans with a turbine engine! Not so romantic, one cannot stand on the deck outside, but still, the windows are open and it is fun to go over the water!
We walked 15 minutes, bought the scampis, put them in a freezer bag and returned home. 4 hours in total on our way, but it was fun!
Lisa was to make a green papaye and mango salad, so good! I offered to make ...
... South Africans taught me how to body surf which I really enjoyed (apparently the waves here are pretty much perfect for it)... we met the Kiwi couple I met on the first night outside the fanzone for the second game but Michael was smashed and ruined any going out plans so we came back to the hostel for a couple and that was it. Bright sunshine, 34°c and an early one the night before were a perfect combination to see Chriiissto next morning... sooo worth the effort ...