Um Meia Tres
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... beach photos. There were lots of big waves, some surfers and Sugar Loaf mountain in the distance. (Ipanema is the next beach over in a well-to-do residential area, no cafes.) We decided to forget about the tour bus and take a taxi back to the ship so that we could stay longer in Copacabana. We leisurely explored several nearby shopping streets. At 6pm we found a taxi and, after a wild 20 dollar ride, arrived at the port just ...
Well we've made it 24-hours here in Rio without a mugging. As was the case in Buenos Aires, I suspect that the stories of robberies and assaults maybe a thing of the past. I can understand if you like to walk through the Favella's at the north part of town, then you're likely asking for something to happen. Here on Copacobana I think things are good.
I took my Nikon out with me today and walked the Malecon from one end to the ...
... played in groups on the beach. I went down and played this with Bruno, managing not to disgrace myself too much. On Sunday we had a walk down the promenade as one side of the road is closed off for sole use by pedestrians, skaters, roller bladers, cyclists etc which makes for a nice atmosphere. Santa Theresa and Lapa Santa Theresa and Lapa are two districts near the Centro area of the city. I met up with Laura and Jay, who I has travelled with in Peru and we headed off ...
... It was awesome to see them both but also incredible that we all happened to randomly be at the same bar in Rio that night.
The next night I went to Lapa, a region in Rio with lots of bars and vendors selling cocktails in a square where a band was playing proper street music with drums and everyone was dancing a special Brazilian dance, almost similar to the crib step but not the same, which I could not do for the life of me. It was an ...
... big we were able to go off to the side on the beach and watch the game with everyone else who either didn't want to go in or couldn't get in.
It was a blessing in disguise as there were so many vendors walking around selling drinks and all types of food we were able to buy things cheaply instead of what we would have had to pay on the inside.
The game was ...