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... be quite a few, the next the sky would be pretty much clear, so we chanced it and remained in line for the cable car up to the top. The view was incredible, our luck continued with the weather as the clouds shifted, allowing us a perfect view of Christ The Redeemer across the city on another high peak and the sprawling city below. As the sun was setting we headed up to the higher viewing point via another cable car, again the view was impressive even though by the time we got ...
... drunken mission to find him. Unfortunately, trying to find a famous face in a crowd of thousands is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. A good way to sum up Lapa: too many caipirinhas, too many sleezy men, not enough dancing (due to too many caipirinhas and sleezy men). Due to being partied out, I retreated back to Ilha Grande for a few days where I decided to relax for a few nights to have a break from the "loconess" of Rio. Basically, if I hear ...
This morning I woke up at half 6 in the morning, and too scared to disturb the other hostel mates me and Nadia spent an hour texting one another from across the room. We did, however, come to the decision that we would give Cristo (Christ the redeemer) a visit. We eventually arose, showered, dressed and headed down for our included breakfast. Now, I don't think I have ever heard of the Brazilian noodle and mozzarella salad before, so I gave that one a miss, ...
... amount of people involved in one school must be uncountable. If you live in Rio you want to be a costume maker or designer, and one of the best as they put in so much effort into each outfit. It is hard to say which one is the best as they are all just fantastic. It is a shame that it all only lasts for one hour and then they just dump it all and start preparing for next year. Today, our last day in dirty smelly Rio we were too tired to do anything, so here ...
... from the neighborhood who
bring in their instruments and jam with whoever else comes on that
night. It is just fun and the only cost is the beer you drink. I had a
couple and although it was entertaining, standing on the sidewalk wears
on my back after a while. So I paid up after an hour or so before
heading back to the Hostel sofa.
The heavy Brazilian Samba Music was playing a bit loud for my tastes. On
the volume ...