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... in staying for breakfast. Once we got out we could quickly tell that the area was much safer by day, and so we started our tour feeling a bit better. The fact that the city has a high crime rate shows though, and there are police with weapons everywhere around the tourist attractions. Still, this is somehow understandable since over 75 % of the population here live on the minimum wage of 400 reais per month.
This was our first really rainy day in Brazil. ...
... that is not the correct name, it just gets nicknamed that as that is the area the stadium is in. I am used to seeing stadiums and so I just adopted my normal MO, take lots of photos to avoid falling asleep.
We went to a really nice ...
... of Rio known as Centro. It has many steps that are decorated in bright colors it is really cool to see. While I am site seeing I dont really think about lunch so normally I would skip lunch but today somthing caught my eye (well nose). It was Sao Paulo its made up of rice a paste of manioc flour and beans pork chops Sauteed collard beans, It was so good, i recommend it to try it. Now back to the hotel for sleep. The next day I went to Santa ...
... all the mountains came into view and we made our final stop in Río central. My first taste of Rio was getting searched by heavily armed military police at the bus station who presumed I had drugs brought in from Iguazu. Apart from that, our first impressions of Rio are that it's an awesome place. The beach only metres from busy ...
... colored, beautifully crafted and decorated with attractive accessories
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