Eco Hostel Lujimba

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

    July 27 - THE HIKE!!!

    A travel blog entry by kerrycball on Aug 05, 2014

    12 photos

    ... It wasn't too crowded which was good and it was such a cool view from Machu Picchu and I'm really happy we got to see the city from that perspective. It was a lot further from the actual city than I thought it was. It took us about another 25 minutes to walk from the Sun Gate to the actual city of Machu Picchu. It was pretty crowded when we got down there but we were able to take some good pictures and get one last stamp on our ...

    Rio - a beautiful city

    A travel blog entry by thatormg on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    The World Cup is now over and we've had a chance to start experiencing the "real" Rio. What is very evident is that there are definitely fewer drunk and loud people singing in the streets. Plus there's more beach than people on Copacabana beach. There's still a buzz in the air, but it's definitely not laced with the World Cup fever. Rio is a very pretty city, especially Copacabana (aka Copa), where we've had the privilege of staying. Like any ...

    Rio Day 3 - Christo

    A travel blog entry by pauliballs on Jul 03, 2014

    12 photos

    ... the tourists in the country we began our endless wait at the very back of line 1. Line 2 didn't seem to bad, as we could see the end. We waited and then a guy was offering his tickets for sale. The man behind us bought them and left the cue. We didn't know if they were actually legit tickets or not. We lined up for about an hour and half. My back was aching and it was a little cold up in the jungle at the high altitude. I thought hmmmm maybe we should buy extra tickets and sell ...

    The statue of Christ the Redeemer

    A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Jun 13, 2014

    ... 20R for the van ride and the admission cost 32R once you get to the monument. However, most people choose to take the train and if you get there during the peak period, there is sometimes a wait of few hours for the next train. Then the mini van would probably be a better choice. I would suggest checking out the train station first as there are few people on the street when you get off the bus that will offer you van ride so you can always go ...


    A travel blog entry by peterandsandra on May 03, 2014

    8 photos

    ... souvenir shop then onto lunch at a Churrascaria- a buffet lunch where you get loaded with all types of meat cut straight off the skewer. Salad and vegs there too if you wanted them. Had a Brasilain drink- Caipirinha, very strong. I had a passion fruit one, Peter had a lemon one and couldn't drink it because it was too strong. He's still not 100%. Next we went up Sugarloaf Mountain in the cable car. Still hazy, crowded. Great view on a clear day. Home again, beach and market ...