Rio Aeroporto Hotel
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... in the goal of filling the tanks and gaining a high level of relaxation! Dinner was Flower Power theme, so we dressed as flowery as possible, but many did not. We enjoyed our dinner guests again and then went off to the Safari Room for some dancing afterwards. We then went to the reception bar and listened to beautiful piano playing and had a Margarita which Sam had to finish for me. Then to bed for a restful night ...
... middle of a park, or if it's a moving bloco, then a jazzed-up truck will slowly drive down the roads with speakers on the back as everyone dances and slowly follows. The bloco that Eva and Rubens took us to was in a huge park by the sea front where everybody was dressed up in bizarre fancy dress outfits. Everyone seemed pretty young and was either getting hammered or getting with someone, it was messier than Freshers and on a much bigger scale.
To us, Rio ...
... were hundreds of all ages cycling and jogging in the lane reserved for them and more people were playing volleyball and football on the floodlit beach. It really is a great facility and I was jealous that I couldn't join in. Though I had changed into proper normal shoes for the first time in the holiday. I felt that Rio deserved them and Anne had put on her lovely flower patterned dress in its honour. All well as the holiday draws to a close.
... to look like the
Brazilian women’s swimming costume which is called a thong. We decided to head
down to the boulevard at Copacabana beach upon our return to check out the
night markets. They were very poor with not many stalls and mainly junk
souvenirs. We then decided to try one of the local pubs and had a local beer
which wasn’t too bad before grabbing a chicken burger from a local chain before
walking back to our hostel.
I arrived in Rio at around 8pm on Saturday night and got what turned out to be my best taxi in Brazil (he didn't try to fleece me and knew where he was going). I got to my hostel which wasn't quite the glamour of the apartment in Ipanema but it would do the job for a night. I was asked if I was Argentinian and after saying I was English I was asked who I wanted to win. I said Germany which the Brazilians in the room were happy and Argies were not.