Real Palace Hotel
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... have found an apartment....but we weren't going to count our chickens.
The next morning, we were at the meeting place at 9:30 and we waited anxiously for Tanya to arrive. It was nearly 11 and I was beginning to lose hope when she appeared. We took the bus to Copacabana and when we disembarked, she started talking to random people on the street. Asking about a 'kitchenette'. I quickly realized that she did not have a specific apartment available but that ...
... in the nosebleeds, not the back of the stadium but we were the back of the crowd. The advantage, I suppose, is that we didn't have to worry about having anything thrown on us and we could "spectate" easier. Even before the game started the crowds were singing, chanting and waving flags. The home and away team fans sit at opposite ends of the stadium with fences in between. The field was surrounded with guys in green jackets who I assumed were security and there were police at each of ...
Amery's travels from Rio de Janeiro
1st September, 2014
Episode 2 of 3
What about the flashy cars we expected in Rio? No, we saw very few high quality cars in Rio- even a Mercedes is quite rare to find. It may of course be that those who ...
... We were up early the next morning, as Priscilla's family had invited us all to go back to their home in Sorocabe for the weekend, about two hours away from SP. Scott had visited once before so I'd heard a lot about Sorocabe and Priscilla's house - and it was amazing! Their house is on the edge of the city, in a gated community surrounding a lake. We spent the weekend there, eating amazing Brazilian bbqs and lying in the sun by the swimming pool drinking beers and caipirinhas. ...
... where a lot of locals were sitting on beach chairs to watch the match. A nice family share their spot with us, and we sat on their towels, along with some aussie chick that was on her own. This spot was awesome, as there were a heap of guys delivering food and drinks. As soon as one beer was finished, you would have another icy cold one in your hand. They even brought us shots of tequila at one stage. It was a cheap homemade tequila, disguised in a Jose Cuervo bottle, which ...