Rio Buzios Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... beach is lined with restaurants (all quite pricey) but we found one reasonable and enjoyed more prawns and a steak!
We finally got an acai in Buzios and ended up getting one every day after. They are everywhere in Brazil. It's like a berry slushy/smoothie and you usually add granola to it - amazing! So good in the hot weather too.
The next day we headed to a Beach which was just over from Geriba beach. It was much smaller, more like a bay. Chilly ...
... know the name is actually clean and there are other backpackers around, so we check out our room and decide to stay there and forget about the other place. Everyone is happy except for Belinda who is crying in the bathroom because she misses her boyfriend, Sam (ok that didn't really happen).
After relaxing a bit in the room we decide to go into town and check out the place a bit. The girls are immediately drawn to the bikini shops while JP and I can't wait ...
... and use those breaks to chill out on the balcony and drink a beer or whatever. At least this club played all hip hop music. Funny thing, lots of radio stations here play American cuts and alot of the people will know the words to the songs but they have no idea what the song is about. It was a bit weird for me to be riding in a car in Brazil and listening to American pop songs on the radio. I catch a bus back to Buzios at 6am or ...
... Cariocas, we spent most of our time on the beach. In fact, our guide book defines a true Carioca as someone who goes to the beach before, after, and often instead of, work. The beaches in Rio are truly a wonder. They are absolutely beautiful, with long stretches of white sand next to vast expanses of turqouise waters. Much more entertaining than beautiful (although they would beg to differ) are the Cariocas themselves. Like ...
... about Brazil in general and Rio de Janeiro in particular. I wasnŽt too worried about me but would find it hard to live with myself if anything happened to Sandra. Before IŽd left IŽd been talking to a mate whoŽd spent a fair bit of time here and heŽd been telling me stories to make your hair curl. It had reached the point that I was seriously thinking that we should just get a cheap flight to Argentina or Belize or somewhere. So Rio de Janeiro was really quite a ...