Pousada dos Tangaras
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... offers to walk us to his friend. I head off with him and come back 20mins later with a big big plastic cone full of coke. $25 for over a gram. It's not the best of quality, but after a few coke triathlons, in the toilets, we start to get pretty high. Chris later buys more and we continue the bender. The bag that Chris buys is even bigger. We have some lines in our hostel room and get caught by hostel staff. I also try to climb up a tree to get to my balcony, rather than use the stairs. ...
... all sorts of other delicious bits and bobs. You have to be careful, though, when faced with a per kilo selection, particularly if you’re prone, as I am, to eyes bigger than your belly syndrome. It’s all too easy to load up your plate, have it weighed, pay for it and then feel obliged to eat every last scrap. Imagine the horror.
We left the restaurant about three dress sizes bigger than entering and snoozed all the way home. A blissful end to a turtle-ly blissful ...
... across the street from where me and Stephan Bonnar used to exchange blows. They seem cool enough and I hang with them at the bar. Later another American comes up to the bar and starts talking to me. He tells me the chick he is with wants to buy me a beer. He also tells me that she is absolutely loaded and owns half of Buzios. Sweet, I like free beer and rich chicks. But then I see her and I'm like sh!t, now I have to go talk to her. Not ...
... in the favelas as dictated by the top man. Once a woman was caught stealing from a shop there, she was brought to the head honcho who cut off her hand as a message to everyone not to steal. There has been no stealing since. Perhaps Mr Blair should adopt such an approach instead of handing out ASBOs. The final night of carnaval was crazy and these guys don´t know when to stop. We left at 6:30am as the sun was coming up and over half the stadium was still there bouncing ...
Things you can buy in Rio: -fried cheese that tastes like pizza (available at the beach & in the club district) -toasted nuts--toasted in a little portable oven right in front of you, similar to the fried cheese. -any meat variation bbq´d on a stick (most often covered in manioc flour "farinha/farofa") -driver´s license (may explain the wild traffic) -medical license (rich kids buy them all the time---may explain rio´s hospitals) ...