Royalty Copacabana Hotel
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... it was so jam packed, it was hard to move around. But we got some good photos. It is an imposing statue - it's head was being cleaned so you could see how the cleaners looked as small as ants compared the size of the statue. Brian is going first thing tomorrow morning and I think he may have a better experience. But if was glad we did it - such an iconic part of Rio. I've decided to quit touring tomorrow morning and concentrate ...
... Spain – we didn't have a chance.
Stopped for gelato along the promenade before heading back to my hostel to collect my luggage. Trundled my suitcase and bags back to the bus stop on the beach front and headed off to the airport. It was after 11 by the time I got there, the Fan Zone was pretty crowded so I had to settle for a not so quiet spot to set up camp – and put up with snorers ...
... it was just a sea of people. The atmosphere was brilliant and it wasn't touristy at all.
I don't remember much after this as I decided I'd had enough beer and moved onto a more traditional (and much stronger) drink - cachaca. It's what they make capirinha cocktails out of. There were guys selling it out of big flasks for a quid a go and the plastic cups were almost as big as the beer glasses I'd been drinking from.
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No matter what, Buzzy and I were going to sit on the beach today. Even if that meant sitting in the rain. It was overcast when we walked to Ipanema beach. There were quite a few people walking around so we grabbed chairs and little by little, the clouds disappeared and it turned into a beautiful day. It wasn't too hot nor too cold. The water felt nice and cool. Everything was incredibly wonderful. Because tomorrow is a holiday ...
Transferred out to Santiago today, but not before having one last nice lunch (yes, it's all about the food!) was going to go back & have churrascaria again, really really wanted to! But didn't have the time to do it justice, so had a really nice meal just up the aveneda Atlántica, the main stretch up Copacabana beach. It was called Feijoada, the food, not the restaurant, can't remember that! Basically a hot pot of pork, pork sausage (mmmm) & black beans, served with rice ...