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... be! Highlight of the day, highlight of the week. We walked back to the favela and decided to grab a taxi to the top. I think we walked about 15kms today! There's a little pizza shop right outside our hostel, which is convenient, so we ate there again tonight. Determined to redeem himself, Chris sourced some 'proper' Brahma beer to go with the pizza! Needing to beat the jet lag, we are staying up as late as possible. Hopefully we will make it past 8pm ...
... there was a Brazilian band playing American tunes... Jimi Hendrix, Bon Jovi, Stevie Wonder, Stevie Ray Vaughan, you name it. People in Brazil love rock music more than anything else it seems. It´s refreshing for me since electronic music seems to be the only thing dominating American music nowadays. It´s almost as if Brazil is stuck in the past, musically speaking anyway, which is awesome. All of this music inspired me further, so I ...
... Leblon are situated side by side separated by a small small water way or estuary. It definitely attracts a different arguably more refined crowd. People are not penned in like caged animals and the atmosphere is more chilled. It's a great arena for all kinds of beach sports too. Barra beach - many of you will not have heard about before. I would call it a hidden treasure but considering it is over ...
... completely ugly and weird. But it is meant to be architecturally environmentally friendly due to the light it lets in and the air flow it allows.
On the inside it is absolutely beautiful. Huge stain glass windows from floor to ceiling. The cathedral is so big it can hold 15 to 20 THOUSAND people. It filled ...
The weather in ilha grande this morning was telling us it was time to leave. We all waved goodbye to the island from the ferry (this time indoors) and were excited to be heading for our next destination- Rio de Janeiro! Rio was huge and busy; traffic was so slow moving. It was our last day with our tour group (which had by now become a small family to us) and so we all decided to head to Copacobana beach for the afternoon as it ...