Quality Hotel Niteroi
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... That evening we sat in the hostel and chatted, as it was the last night for a good few of us. It was really hard to leave Rio, I really did fall for it. Also meeting such great people and then having to leave them is hard, but it has to be done otherwise you never move on and there is much to see!!
Next stop Ilha Grande, I had not planned to go here, but heard many who had been say itīs wonderful and worth a visit. Am I glad I did!
... and overpriced drinks which we weren't accustomed to in Brazil.
The next day we woke up to much better weather for our trip up to the statue on the hill. Despite none of us being big lovers of Christ (maybe Clean Shirt one day) we were all excited to see the iconic landmark. Grafite had booked us all on a train up to the top, rather than having to queue with the masses for a minibus we could turn up at a set time; although we cut it very fine due to a bus letting us ...
June 19th Up at 7am, quick breakfast and then a quick transfer via taxi to the airport for our flight to Rio. We are flying GOL airlines in Brazil which is a bit like Jetstar. Unfortunately their "hub" is in Sao Paolo and all of our destinations on this trip are either side of Sao Paolo so we have to transfer via SP each time – not Spencer's favourite plan of attack. In any case it was an easy flight from Porto Alegre to Sao Paolo and ...
We've all arrived safely in Rio. I'm not too fond of this traveling separate ordeal - savings or no, next time we stay together. However, it's all behind us, and we've spent a lovely afternoon with Carolina and her fiance Bernardo.
First stop was to our darling apartment. With World Cup right around the corner, it was cheaper this time around to rent apartments rather ...
... stare. We spent a while trying to get the perfect picture. Then we got the train back down. It was starting to get dark now. Deciding we coudln't waste time, we caught a taxi to Pão do Açucar (sugarloaf mountain). From here we paid for the gondola - $31R for me and Ash cause we remembered our youth cards and $61R for Rach cause she didn't. Le sigh. We caught the gondola up to the first peak which provided spectacular views. I could just make ...