Quality Hotel Jardins
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... seat gave me about four hours' sleep. The heat of the plane did not help, though, and after waking up at first light, with still 3 hours to go, I just dozed and read.
A good breakfast with an omelette, fruit, juice and toast. We landed about an hour late but it was a very speedy transit through the airport. I was out in 15 minutes.
Speedy through the airport it might have been but speedy to the city it certainly wasn't. Although it was only about 30km to ...
... fly back to the UK.
That night we went back to Villa Madelena, drank lots and hung out with Brisa and pals. Even in this down at heel (not even shabby chic), unpretentious watering hole, which also doubles up as a video rental and book shop, the food is great. We have a sharing platter of mozzarella balls, thinly sliced rare beef, and sun dried tomatoes - actual tomatoes dried in the sun covered in olive oil and herbs, not out of a jar! I learnt that mixing beer, ...
... through the steep hills was really hot, we were back to mega heat temperatures, but the sight from above had been worth it! We had sensational views onto the cramped favela and Rio with its beautiful beaches and the lagoon. The return downhill (without a bike thank god) was just as interesting (but still quite scary), seeing how everyone lives with so little in the favela but still seems to have all they need to be happy, it was very humbling. Now I could also ...
... up to 1.3 % off calibration due to a tyre change. We are not very worried, being right on time on the regularity sections is not the main reason why we came over...
The engine started promptly and after warming it up we followed Luis CÚzar through the lunch time city traffic to the starting location at the Iguatemi Shopping Centre, where the scrutineering was to take place from 3 to 6 pm.
Cars started arriving in the afternoon... An ecletic ...
... to life. What had been cold, dreary and rainy a few weeks before was now alive and vibrant. I think the area I was in now was a lot more fun too with tons of restaurants, shops, and nightlife just around the corner instead of shutting down at 7 PM like the previous hostel near Paulista Ave.
The samba turned into dinner and drinks where we met some girls from the Amazon area of Brazil who ended up joining us for the samba club. I was ...