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... Tour'- seeing Christ the Redeemer, Escadaria Selaron (some tiled steps by some eccentric artist), the main Cathedral and Sugarloaf Mountain as the sun was setting. Also managed to fit in a 'walk' across Copacabana and Ipanema beach, much further than we initially thought but helped by a number of beers along the way. Day two and headed to Rocinha, the largest favela in South America. Probably the most eye opening place we've ever seen. Glad we wore shoes compared ...
We prayed for a summer day! And we got it, in the middle of the winter on a Wednesday! Several members of our group travelled down to Rio de Janeiro for the day, we woke up at 3:30, left at 4:30, arrived a little after 7:00 AM! And right when we got off, I knew we'd gotten that summer day! It was in the 70's the whole day! First we went up to Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) and took photos of everyone getting in the same pose, then we got creative and gave Jesus a couple ...
... the screen. You couldn't move so all our legs felt worse for wear the next day. As the game headed into extra time the tension had really grown and the Argies were starting to break down with the stress and then Germany scored with 7 minutes left... the beach went silent apart from a few muffled German cheers. As they accepted their fate, somewhat surprisingly, rather than an angry, loud reaction the Argentinians either clapped or just cried. It was quite sad to see but I ...
... their team was incredible! They sang and chanted non stop and celebrated their teams win with hours of celebrations with dancing and singing. After that experience, we went to the beach for a swim. The beach was packed with people from all around the world with many different cultures being shown and many national flags. Brazil has turned it on for us and it has already been a great experience even though it has ...
... children's toys are scattered on the ground. Our English speaking guide then walks us down Rua 1 - one of the main routes down through the favela - and shakes hands with or pats the back of every other person who walks past. He clearly knows the community well and I felt completely safe - much safer than I'd felt as I'd taken the metro alone a day or so earlier. But the residents are clearly living in poverty. Electricity cables are tied together and ...