Eco Hostel Lujimba

Address: Rua Lujimba S/N, Praia Imbassai, State of Bahia, Brazil | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Rua Lujimba S/N, Praia Imbassai, is near Estadio Mario Filho (Maracana), Quinta da Boa Vista, Fort of Duque de Caxias, and Tropical Islands.
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    Travel Blogs from Praia Imbassai

    Walked around

    A travel blog entry by alyttle on Nov 30, 2014

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    ... My question had two words, Jardim Botanico? Then I added to the left or right in Portugese. Whew, got it. Yes, I overshot it very slightly. The Jardim Botanico is part of the Tijuca National Park. It is massive. I saw two different kinds of monkeys (I am sure it was Capuchin monkeys and tufted eared marmosets), an orchid garden, parrots, and it was overall very nice ...

    The Girl from Ipanema

    A travel blog entry by micknmila on Oct 24, 2014

    28 photos

    ... a 'pacification' process. This involves sending in the army-police to tackle the drug lords head on - then leaving police outposts at the entrance of the favela and also on the main streets, to keep the bad guys from returning. Now, Scenic Tours sponsors a school within the favelas and tour guides can take us into these particular favelas without exposing us to the ...

    Amery’s travels from The River of January

    A travel blog entry by amery on Aug 28, 2014

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    ... ribbons, despite virtually everyone living in apartments, yet we saw no cats at all- maybe the dogs eat them. And the people are very good at cleaning up after their dogs, compared with other dog loving cities in the world where it’s not so much a matter of going for a stroll, more like going through ...


    A travel blog entry by frankcg on Aug 25, 2014

    ... Fred score!) and while the attendance was 13,000 the place looked empty, because it can hold 80,000!
    Me and an other IAESTE student from Araraquara took a stroll down Atlantic Avenue and had a pizza for dinner at a restuarant on the boulevard, then Acai from a stall further along. It was a great way to end an excellent weekend in Rio! Today I'm moving on to Ilha Grande for a relaxing time on the beach and hiking around the forest.

    The Beauty and Abundance of Rio

    A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jul 19, 2014

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    ... were from the United States (though Heather is Jamaican), because he pulled us over to show us his paintings and to tell us how his painting depicts the “authentic black American jazz experience!” It is often funny hearing someone from another country tell you about aspects of your own culture. Nonetheless, his paintings were amazing. I just didn’t have that type of money nor an ability to transport this massive wall canvas. If anything, ...