La Pedrera Small Hotel & Spa
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... As we say this, the hostel manager barges through the door and asks what I am doing in the wrong room. Then, she explains that I need to checkout. I am not welcome there anymore. I pay my bar tab and get the **** out of there before she tries to hit me up for the broken cactus. *Lagoon backpackers- I hop on a $1 local shuttle bus to get to the other side of the island. I have my bags sitting on my lap, as this small van, packed with locals, all black, keep piling on in. No ...
... was swimming and going nowhere, just staying static --- I had to work to get there but did make it and thank heavens I was not the last!!! After the schooner we walked through the town. Quite cute and attractive, looked through some shops --- expensive --- and listened to local musicians whooping it up in a beach bar. Returned to the ship and spent some time around the ...
... and they are killing the New Yorker's vibe. Then I see that crazy biatch from earlier who knows where I live and she comes over by me. Man, this ain't cool, especially when the Indians leave and now the stalker has a path with no obstacles that leads right to me and my death. I eventually leave and wander around but not much is going on since it is Thursday. I stop and get a beer and some food and I see these two chicks sitting and one is Asian so ...
... day in Rio and we venture out on a Favella Tour, not only seeing, but walking through the biggest favella (slum) in the world! We soon discover our tour guide Marcio is great as we drive to another hostel to pick up other backpackers. Marcio warns us they are Israeli and asks if we have met any Israeli's before? When we say we haven't he laughs and says 'you wait,' they are so difficult, slow and daft..he was spot ...
... We were in one of the nicer areas - Ipanema. Beautiful beaches, nice bars and restaurants; the streets are very leafy and green. Quite European in a Spanish sort of way. Friendly people, too, in our experience. Ours was an extremely insulated experience. It would be hard to understate the problems that exist in Rio - the poverty and violence. There are 6,000 murders a year and it´s pretty much expected that you´ll be mugged at some point. We have since met a traveller ...