Mabu Refugio Cheiro De Mato
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... hands. Some of the skills on show were ridiculous especially from the women
Playing football with Argentinians on the beach
Going on a sightseeing tour which included:
Sugarloaf mountain (where I met Jamie carragher!)
The maracana stadium
Christ the redeemer
Typical brazilian churrascaria BBQ lunch
At one point I thought if brazil exited then this may ruin the atmosphere but Rio was an absolute blast for the week. I was very ...
... quiet with only my flight to Amsterdam and the Paris flight to Orly departing at 6.30am. I found myself being body scanned through security because my pesky boots triggered the sensor, it is a strange contraption,kind of like those revolving toilet doors on the trains,and although it is not physically invasive it is visibly invasive.I am sure the security officer scanning the machine has seen some strange views as the x ray ...
... heard that and believed it but they don't grow sugar cane in those regions of Brazil! So the US keeps sugar cane ethanol out of the country in favor of less efficient corn ethanol. So unfortunate. Its amazing all of the things that they can do with this renewable resource and it sounds like they have developed many techniques that are actually financially viable (this I'm not quite as accepting of but lets ...
... an adaptor. And some of the difficulties continued. I had an issue with one of my cards - not to do with anything here in Brazil, mind you, rather back in London. Anyway, it ruined the rest of my trip because I had to pay entirely by my other credit card. Not everywhere takes cards. Moral of the story: be prepared.
In some ways I've had it lucky. Nothing really horrible happened. But so far this has been one of my least favorite travel ...
... is going to the station and would accompany me to meet up with the AIESEC person who will pick me up at the station that Cynthia talked with. So I said goodbye to them and thanked them (the man even told me to dial 190 *ata!* if anything goes wrong). We reached the station and I was asking Rafael if this is the first floor (that's the meeting place) and he said, "no english!". PATAY! It was so ********versing with him. I found out a while back ...