Mercure Apartments Rio De Janeiro Ipanema
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... state of mid-construction and not so much a hostel as a family home with a couple of rooms let out, and at that point ours was the only one occupied. I'd been much happier. After some fraught discussion we decided to stick it out rather than try find somewhere else. We stayed put for two reasons; 1. The views were phenomenal. A climb up a rickety ladder onto a totally unsafe roof gave us sweeping views of Copacabana right round to the Big Man on the hill, and 2. ...
... for partying but we still had a decent time winding down through the streets to samba music pumping from lorries.
We took the two cable cars up Sugarloaf Mountain where we got a great view of Copacabana beach, the bay area and, way way way in the distance, the Christ Redeemer statue. The setting for the city has to the best we'd ever seen, mountains, beaches, green rolling hills and endless sunshine.
After 2 nights in "The Space" ...
... drink for the night (see pics: Caipirinhas=Cachaca which is a local liquor similar to tequila, fresh lime juice and sugar shaken over crushed ice). I'd had a beer or two on the beach during the day and not enough water so a few sips of my Caipirinha combined with the sun/heat stroke and I was done! Rochelle had to help me back to the apartment where I passed out and missed the New Year's celebration!! Rochelle took a video of the fireworks that she said ...
... m centru na jídlo. Chtěli jsme si objednali něco malého jako odpolední svačinu a naší skvelou znalostí portugalstiny jsme si náhodou objednali snídani. No dobře, poučili jsme se...
Kdyz jsme dokoncili naší "snídani" tak zaclo prset a my jsme se rozhodli jet zpátky do hostelu a jit na pivo v Santa Tereze.
Počasí není zadna velká slava, ale jelikoz náš pobyt v Riu ...
... the States or Mexico where you pay a flat fee per kilo of food that you eat, or portion thereof. We found a Japanese restaurant place that looked really good and, true to form, we loaded up.
The next morning, we took an early taxi to the bus terminal, and then caught our bus to Paraty, six hours away. We were really looking forward to our next home exchange that was located in a tiny little village about 20 minutes from Paraty.