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... all night. Of course we didn't let this spoil our night and we cheered our way through it. There are almost no words to describe the enormity of the event. You have to experience it. The schools spend the entire year practicing, making costumes, thinking of the theme/story of their parade. So almost the day after the carnival is over - they start work on the next one and you can see why. We estimated there are about 10.000 people in each samba school ...
... and around 5000 dancers, parading either on foot or on one of the many incredible floats. All the costumes are over-the-top, be-sequined and utterly fabulous. At one point a few guys parachuted into the stadium. Mind blown. The whole spectacle was absolutely amazing. If anything is going to kill your samba buzz though, it's rounding the corner on your way home through the favela to see a cop with his pistol drawn. Just as we were getting comfortable in our wee ghetto ...
... and getting a Taxi to the hotel
Our hotel, Goldrn Tulip Regente, has been recently refurbished and looks nice and modern.
We went for lunch at the Girl of Copacabana restaurant, next door and then for a walk in the local handicraft market by the beach.
Tomorrow will be a busy ...
... hlavou, ale po chvíli jsem si vsimla, ze jsou vlastne Cesi. Neodvazila jsem se je oslovit, ale hadam ze důvod proc na Femiho tak koukali byl buď proto, že prostě nečekali ze uvidi černocha v Riu mluvit česky, nebo se mozna urazili kvuli te poznamce o brichach :).
Zbytek dne jsme strávili na Copacabana, což je další známá pláž (o něco méně nóbl nez Ipanema a prochazelo se tu min svalu) a ...
... I paid 100 pesos for a taxi driver that waited for me the entire day and took me back after I was done with both the helicopter ride on the Brazil side of the falls.
The only place that you pay for a visa in Argentina is when you enter the country via the Buenos Aires International airport (more info coming soon).
Once Inside the Argentinean Side
Once you enter the park you can either take the free train to ...