Quality Hotel Niteroi
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- 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!
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. There's just something about it, an almost intangible thing. Sometimes dirty, sometimes smoggy, I'm sure sometimes dangerous, aren't all cities. But mostly it's just kinda perfect. There's juice stores on every corner, selling simple and delicious food and of course amazing natural juices. Most of the avenues, streets and roads are leafy and dappled in ever present sunshine. The trees are giants, huge leafy sentinels with tendrils of ...
... here so we had some reservations about not getting up their in time. We didn't want to take the trail in the dark, so we punted on the trail idea. Besides, by this point we had easily covered 10 miles by foot if not more and we didn't trust our legs would hold up. So we headed back to the lake and completed the loop shooting off to head back towards Impanema. We found a little cocktail and food stand right on the beach and indulged in a couple capahrinas, after all, we ...
... were promptly told that tram tickets were sold out and we would need to preschedule our visit online. Nearby was the Escadaria Seleron - a staircase in St. Teresa that is completely made of tile. We mosied up the stairs, at the top of which we witnessed the mugging of a British tourist. It was our first dose of reality and everyone in the group felt personally violated. As a means to debrief the situation, we sat down at a local ...
... to call it a night! The following day was the first England match! We went down to the Fan Fest early enough to watch the match before ours - Uruguay v Costa Rica. We bumped into the Essex boys again and then Josh turned up with some Argentinians from his hostel - his whole torso and face was painted in full England flag! The Argentinians had bought red and white paint with them and made a fortune charging people for painting them! As the match neared, the atmosphere ...