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

    Market, beach and football

    A travel blog entry by hils80 on May 24, 2015

    ... have their left over lunch for my dinner. Had a few caipirinhas and chatted, also to two Brazilian guys - most social I've seen hostel! Heard what I thought was fireworks outside - turned out to be gunshots just round the corner!! Rio is a beautiful city but unfortunately not the safest. Oh and annoyingly the night did pub crawl they did burger night and people went to Lapa - I had no idea otherwise I'd have just done that! I don't get Ali et al, Kevin came over and said I had to ...

    Favela Tour

    A travel blog entry by swisschris on Apr 06, 2015

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    I had some doubts when I booked my favela tour. I was not sure if it is appropriate to visit/watch poor people. On the other hand, favelas are part of Rio de Janeiro and I read a lot about favelas during the World Cup last yeaer. I was quite curious how people live in these cities within the city. Eventually I was very happy that I did this tour with two local guys who live in the favela we visited which ...

    Beaches, Balloons and Boisterous Crowds (Day 37)

    A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 16, 2014

    ... Rainbow bedazzled double decker buses with balloons every 25 meters playing obscenely loud electronica for about 5 blocks - A mix of military police, municipal police and tourist police literally stationed no more than 25 meters apart - Quite a few cross-dressers wearing 6-8 inch stilettos and angel wings (how do they walk in those things? Bre complains if she wears 3" heels for any length of time) - People playing ...

    Rio de Janeiro II

    A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Sep 27, 2014

    7 photos

    ... and inside is beautiful, with marble, onyx, gold leaf and paintings. We had a guided tour. As we were the only English speakers we had a guide to ourselves, while the other 20 or 30 people had one guide. We ended up talking about all sorts of things, from African religions in Brazil and samba to ticket toys in Leicester Square, and before we knew it the tour has massively overrun and our guide's colleagues came looking for him.

    We had ...

    Rio - World Cup, Copacabana and Caipirinha

    A travel blog entry by reframed.abroad on Jul 02, 2014

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    My plane to Rio started at 3:20 from Natal and I felt bad for Flavia who drove me all the way to the airport during the rainy night and dodgy neighborhoods and now had to return all the way…Pobrezinha. After around 3 hours I landed in Rio and was ready to meet Laura, my Airbnb host in Flamengo and move to my place in the favela Morro Azul. Laura´s challenging project is to support the people in the favela through encouraging engagement in tourism ...