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... ourselves and charged on, fantastically our spur of the moment decision meant that we would knock out a number of Rio’s other sights including the Colonial Bridge, Pyramid Cathedral and the amazing Lapa steps, made even more famous by Snoop Dog.
Getting to the stairs was an interesting experience taking a back route that had it been dark would have been a daunting prospect entering a street with prostitutes, homeless and other less than savoury individuals. The ...
... jak tenhle sen vlastne skončil.
Takže nejen slaby žaludek, ale také velmi živé sny ma Femi jenom po jednom dni v Riu :)
Ve skutečnosti jsme se po snídani sli projit po Santa Teresa, navštívili jsme ruiny starého koloniálního dům, který byl přestaven jako rozhledna. A take jsme nasli slavne Selaronovi schody. Umělec, který je stvořil, Jorge Selaron, bydlel v jednom z domů podél schodiště ...
... little practice the day before, 100 gr of chocolate, two eggs. 20gr of sugar.
It went smooth, the chocolate melted well in his "bain marie", the egg whites went up and stayed up (I learned recently you need to put some of the sugar in them to “fix” them), and I showed Lisa how to mix very gently the egg whites in the chocolate, so that the mix would stay fluffy. Mmmh. Smells great. We filled a bowl and put it in the fridge to cool off, and we started licking ...
... give it a go and do Christ another day. We walked to the bottom of Vidigal favela and caught a moto taxi throught the favela to the start of the track. That was an experience in itself. Mototaxis are basically motorcycle taxis. You jump on the back and hold on for your life. We made it to the start of the track and started walking up. It was steep and hardwork. Especially in the Rio heat. On the way up you can hear constant scurrying of lizards as they run ...
... getting built so they had to carry all the bricks and cement up and down hills. - Favellas have bars, restaurants, hospitals, supermarkets, schools and a church. - Favellas are built on top of each other to create more space for more houses. - The Favella owners sold there roof tops to other family's coming in so they could build houses on top. - The land were the Favellas ...