Um Meia Tres
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... a winding road to the rain forest where we saw lots of rain in the forest! We didn't see an animal, a bird or even a bug. They all had better sense than to be out in that mess! Lol! We did see where some dude named Maya was responsible for re-foresting the deforested forest. Haha. All I could think was I wonder if Maya had stock in umbrellas! It was lovely and lush and if we hadn't ...
... up the mountain I noticed the culture in this neighbourhood they are very spiritual. The cab stalled a few times as the mountain was very steep. We drove past rubbish dumps, the smell of them were horrendous. There was a shipping container with police on watch in this neighbourhood. I felt a little more safe. Vidigal was recently declared as a pacified favela. I arrived at the hostel. The hostel is called Mirante do Arvrao. The view was amazing I've never ...
A very busy
day. We met up with some of the people from our G trip to catch the underground
to go to the city centre for a free city tour. When we arrived for the 9:30am
tour the guide apologised and said that today they would be only running a tour
in Portuguese. We thought we might tag along but when she started we realised
it was pretty much a waste of time so we left and headed to the nearby underground
plaza where another company ...
... nationality started cheering which caused the inevitable to happen, it kicked off. There were deck chairs being thrown about and people screaming and running in all directions. Knowing that I had to get to the airport I thought this was the time to go. I watched the final whistle outside a bar with all the delighted Brazilians. I was happy the Brazilians had something to cheer about again.
I went back to the hostel to pick my bag and had a ...
... they have taken their defeats in quite good humour. Next up we headed to bar 111 in Ipanema for some strawberry mojitos and Maria got us in to a gig at the Adidas pop up shop above the bar as her friend was playing in the band. Free beer, good music and more footballer sightings (Karembeu this time) was a great shout. In an action packed night we then left there to head to Sao Christaval market - a huge outdoors market built into a kind of stadium complex that opens at ...