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Travel Blogs from Belo Horizonte
... the Gringo scum. Spent today near the main lake and Botanical Gardens of Rio, which are incredible. Copacabana is everything you imagine, no beach like it.
I will briefly touch on the drama that unfolded last night. We had an awesome spot right in front of the big screen external to the fan fest on Copacabana beach. The mood in the air was great and a party atmosphere appeared to be unfolding. Unfortunately the rain soon came down and before we knew it Brasil were 5-0 ...
... people, and has an atmosphere like the stadium itself. We watch a nervous display by Argentina against Iran, in which the thousands of Argentinians were equally matched by every Brazilian supporting Iran. We were joined by Rowan, an English lad we met in the hostel. After the game, the three of us headed to Sugar Loaf mountain. On arrival we were encountered by a 3 hour wait for the cable car, so to Rowan's dismay, we decided to hike up. After a tough 30 min hike ...
... to help us if we looked lost, or just if we had a map or looked foreign, they wanted to stop and chat. Some guy bought us the local delicacy while we were stood next to him at the bar, it was kidney cooked in onions and a strange green vegetable I've never seen but is kind of like a tiny courgette, oh my word it was delicious. I've never had kidney before, it always sounded a bit gross. But it was amazing. So, so good. We ales ...
... to jericoacoara. It took us 15 hours to arrive but it worth it. After a 4 hour flight, 6 hour coach journey then a open sided 4x4 truck we arrived at jeri. My first relief was that our luggage arrived with us after being precariously thrown on top of this truck, second relief came when locals started offering accommodation. It was gone 11pm and I'm always a little ...
... night! Dinner options weren't great so we scoffed a McDonald's after the longest wait ever, it was soooo good!!! The city itself is REALLY nice! A decent sized centre that you can comfortably stroll around and with the sun shining the many little parks surrounded by nice buildings give the city a welcoming feel. It also felt safe so were glad to be here having had enough of São Paulo. We explored the city and enjoyed the old town which is centred around Liberdade, ...
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