Pousada Monte Imperial
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... After chilling all day on Copacabanna last night we went to Churrascaria Palace for dinner. The food was incredible they must have brought 10 different courses we could hardly move. Unfortunately we still haven't quite mastered the currency conversion and Lee had to make a dash back to the apartment to get more money! Great day! The view from Sugar Loaf Mountain onto Rio harbour is one of the ...
Aimed to leave after 9am to avoid the rush hour but failed
miserably – the traffic was horrendous and it took 1.5 hours for less than 10
miles to the terminal.
At least buses were frequent and not a long wait for the
next to Petropolis, though traffic was heavy up the steep jungle covered hills
of the Serra do Mar, the coastal sierra, that would have given marvellous views
on a clear day.
Nice to watch the hummingbirds coming down to feed while I’m
feeding my face with breakfast – unfortunately the feeders are empty & they
quickly turn tail (white in the case of the new magpie variety I’ve spotted),
leaving perfectly good nectar laden flowers untouched – feeders are definitely
a bad idea!
Stupidly didn’t book the ...
... he has continued traveling. He immediately became my partner for the evening. He ordered a bottle of wine, which I thought we might share, but I soon realised he had all intention of polishing the entire bottle off...solo :):). So I quickly ordered myself a bottle and only got half way through, while he did indeed reach the bottom....without so much as a stagger in his stride or a slur of his speech....marvelous. The food.....So at a Brazilian steak house, ...
... which is still under construction. (See picture) The kids were very disciplined and came back to give a little performance just for us as we were not in their class timings. You can look the beautiful welcome I received with their beautiful smiles. There are so many volunteers who come from America to South America thinking they could make difference in lives of these people in latin countries. But, the volunteers end up staying more out here cause they get so much of ...