Ritz Plaza Hotel
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... up to us and slept on my feet the whole meal and then rolled over to get his belly scratched before trying to playfully bite my shoes off and jumper sleeve down the street! I want to adopt them all and take them home, they are so chilled out, friendly and adorable.
Brazil we loved you, friendly people, hungry butts, incredible scenery (see previous comment about butts) and sensational beaches! Next stop, Iguazu Falls but I'll leave that to Al to explain that saga... (-:
... 70,000 people, it is clear there is not yet any real way to officially record the favela populations.
A favela has to be seen to be believed. The last few years have seen favelas undergo strong military and police intervention and many are now predominantly under the control of the police, versus the drug lords who ruled the roost in the not too distant past. Nevertheless we were instructed to not take photos of any residents as there is still a ...
... past time. Next stop was the beach. And it was absolutely packed!! No joke, people everywhere. I have never seen so many people. The atmosphere was electric and it was at least 5 hours before kickoff. We chilled at a coconut stall, ate our lunch and watched the fans chant battle each other! Next minute....Jess couldn't find her wallet......she looked everywhere. Long story short it must have been left in the cab that we got to the fan fest. Poor Jess, there was ...
... from Paraty! There were no matches until about 4pm so we spent the day drinking beers in the sun and enjoying the entertainment. It was such a good atmosphere, everyone was excited and happy in anticipation of the first Brazil match and the sun was shining - it was the perfect start! As time went by, the arena became busier, the sun went down and the atmosphere became more tense ahead of the game. As you can imagine, the majority of the crowd were Brazilian with a few ...
... one of the little squares in the Ipenema Neighborhood). It's called the Free Fair, because the vendors are not charged taxes on the sales of their goods. It's basically a farmers market, but it's not like the leisurely farmers markets I've also shopped in the U.S. This fair is high energy, with vendors coming at you from every direction.
You walk in to the square, and the pungent aromas of fish, shrimp, and other fresh seafood smack you immediately. ...