And yet another travellers blog. Girls travelled 10.000 km and wrapped up here their experiences. Lisetonga made it to their hostel selection as one very fine hostel in Rio de Janeiro.
Back then we did not rent scooters, but hey, now we do, and it is probably the best way to see the city. You totally should try it :-))
We always believed that Lisetonga is a great hostel. We also always believed that our guests will experience the same. That they will feel it, live it, and say it.
In September 2012 we ranked #3 of 145 hostels in Rio. Trip advisor calls it “specialized hotels”. We were very proud about it. Then almost one year later , in July 2013 we ranked again #3. Now, in April 2014 we are ranked #3 still. What is the difference? That this time it is 339 properties, i.e. once again almost one hundred more. That way the 3rd place is even bigger achievement.
We, Lisetonga staff, want to thank you, to our guests for living the Lisetonga experience with us day and night after day and night, for being great guests and for making us a great hostel. Thank you.
Smile. It’s a nice day.
Rainforest City Day 1 : Rio De Janeiro : Sat 30th Nov
I have a bottle of sugary-sweet Itaipava Malzbier (presumably some sort of Germans make that, though at 4.2% you’d wonder) and Sarah is nursing a tin of Skol (a more respectably 4.7% ABV). It’s emptying down around us, poor exhausted little hallions, sitting in a hammock and watching life happen around our hostel. We’re in a small establishment called Lisetonga. We’re in Rio.
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Have another glass – What are the chances?
While we’re travelling Meg and I tell people we’re from Toronto. It’s just easier. Nobody knows Stoney Creek or Ancaster, so Toronto it is.
We arrive at Lisetonga, an amazing hostel in the Leme neighbourhood in Rio, and a day later we got some new roommates.
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