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... was once again up, going on a recommendation we headed this time to the Hippie market in Ipenema beach. The main reason for this was to try some authentic Brazilian cuisine as outside of the lack lustre Empadas there had not been much else on offer.
At the markets is a famous stall selling the traditional Afro Brazilian dish of Acaraje which we found and devoured, finally impressed with some local food. It is a croquette with beans, peppers, onions and topped with spicy ...
... hatmatilku, kterou někdy používáme, když nechcete, aby nam lidé okolo rozumeli. Takže Femi mi říká, že "Lidi radi velký břicho", volně přeloženo jako "lidé zde rádi davaji na odiv své velké břicho". V tu chvíli jsem si všimla, ze jeden ze tří mužů stojících vedle nás v metru (náhodou všichni tři měli pivni pupky), doslova zíra na Femiho tak dobrou půl minutu. Trochu mi ...
... and at noon a prato de dia, simple but good lunch. I felt like in Portugal really, except that here the orchids grow just on the trees, when they find a little spot to settle. It is very tropical here, humid and warm, a little like Singapore!
No pictures, I just arrived and am not in a reporter's mood yet. Moreover, I often walk around with Lisa and then I am not that attentive to my surroundings...
... Today was a pretty wasted day. I ended up sleeping most of the day. It was great to just chill out.
Fri 15/8 Rick and I (an english guy that had just moved into the hostel) decided to try do Christ the Redeemer today. Nobody had been up to view the statue in the last couple of days becuase the weather had been too bad to see the statue as it was covered in cloud. Today looked promising so we thought we would give it a go. First we went to check out ...
... the streets. I am sure that there are much worst situations, maybe I was just lucky. *Christ the Redeemer- Rimba & I got to the booking point of the statue, around midday. We were told that we couldn't go up until 5pm on the train. Luckily another tourist helped us in booking a shuttle bus which left immediately. The line halfway up the hill for the next bus was enormous and took us an hour or so. We got to the top and what a view. The massive World Cup crowds spoilt it a ...