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... group which made it a good crowed of English speaking people which was nice. It wasn't as boozy as expected but instead was a lovely chilled day going to some incredible beaches and inlets where we could jump of the boat and have a swim and the occasional cliff jump (only once) after the local guys and guys from the other G-Adventure group had tested the depth! After two drinks and being in the heat as per I ended up falling fast asleep in my chair until nearly falling ...
... years to complete. There was a great variety of
feature tiles included in the design. Next stop was to view the cathedral which
is a very modern design having been built in 1979. Its exterior is concrete and
it is in the shape of a ziggurat. Inside it is a very large open space where
they can hold thousands of worshippers. There are floor to ceiling modern
designed stained glass windows and an enormous wooden ...
... that he built when he cowardly fled from Portugal while France and England were at war. it was a pretty ****** building for a royal palace, but he was running away, he didnt have too long to build an extravagant european palace.
We went out and had a typical brazilian dish for lunch- Feijoada. It is beans, with pork and this stuff call farofa which is basically the same consistency as sand but a little tastier.
Afterwards I went and ...
Yesterday was a tourist day for me. Pistol Pete, Eliseo, and I left the hostel to go see Christ the Redeemer, the giant statue of Jesus that watches over Rio de Janeiro and can be seen standing atop Corcovado mountain from nearly everywhere in Rio. We took Daniel´s advice and hiked up the mountain. Unfortunately, took a wrong turn and instead of taking the "easy" way through a favela, we walked along the dangerous train tracks and then split off onto some trail that looked as if no ...
... are quite impressive. When we arrived it was absolutely ridiculous how many people were there. Shoulder to shoulder all the way up until you leave. But the view from there will take your breath away. For a brief moment you forget others are around, and then you are quickly reminded they are there when you are shoved back and forth. The Jesus is also quite spectacular. You know he must be huge if you can see him from such a far distance, but it doesn't really hit home until you ...