Oceano Copacabana Hotel
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... nalitej uz po jedne Caipirinha ... hic.
Ach jo ach jo, nejsem si jista, jestli to bylo tou Caipirinhou nebo masivní porci fazolí, ale Femi měl velmi rušnou noc stravenou na záchodě. Naštěstí ráno se cítil mnohem lépe a po snídaní v hostelu jsme vyrazili na turu do džungle. Dva průvodci, nemůžeme si ted vzpomenout na jejich jména pravděpodobně se oba jmenovali ...
Tonight we will be 14 persons!
The chocomousse is well cooled in the fridge, I am relaxed. However Lisa and I got up early, and took the metro at 7 am to go to Niterói, there is a famous fish market there and we are to buy giant scampis.
To reach Niterói one can take a car and cross the kilometres long bridge, or, like we did, take the ferry! Ah, I like that! I had hoped an old rusty ...
... started out and after few wrong turns ended up outside the 'Jardim Botanico'. IT was closed ! Workers day off !
So what to do ? Headed to beaches by local bus - found out the system is rather easy for us 'English only speaking' tourists. Fixed R$3 fare each to where ever and the buses are clearly marked with digital signage the route and where they go. Not crowded like guide books said - had seats no problem all day - maybe workers not on them ! Had ...
... red. Great service, great food and a great treat for us - haven't really been anywhere like this our whole trip and was definitely worth it. We walked through Lapa back to the apartment where we spent the rest of the day after the soporific wine and large meal. Rise and shine to get the early train to Christopher Redento/Christ the Redeemer, wanting to beat the crowds. We got the second earliest train after a diversion for breakfast and were joined on it by none other ...
... where we spent two hours watching the local samba band rehearse ahead of carnival. They were incredible, and bearing in mind carnival is in February they were even more impressive. Apparently 100,000 people follow their band in the celebrations and it was easy to see why. Feeling totally devoid of talent and rhythm after watching them we headed to the place to go on a quiet Monday night - a downtown street with carts selling caprinihas, iceboxes full of beers and of course, ...