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Travel Blogs from Rio de Janeiro
We arrived and after 9 hours sleep we got up raring to go, the first people we met were from Milwall - you travel 5000 miles and meet a couple who live down the road from you!
After 6 hours sightseeing we can only see half of Rio, there is so much low cloud so we have seen the bottom half of the Sugar Loaf, the bottom half of the Big …
January 23rd - 26th 2009
After the rain stopped we finally got to see the real Rio. The weather still wasn't great but we really got to see the appeal of Rio during the breaks in the clouds. The first "touristy" thing we did was take the cable car up the Sugar Loaf, to say I was terrified was an understatement! I recommend not watching …
If you are offended
by gays, lesbians, cross dressers, my new found love for beautiful
Brazilian men that is bordering on obsessional or my general lack of
culture stop reading now. Rio was an education in the sexual
orientation of Brazilians and little else.
I’ve not been< …
February 12th - 25th Today marks my last day in Rio after 2 weeks of crazy revelling in the ´Cidade Marvihlo´that is Rio. I arrived 2 weeks with just me, myself and my backpack not really sure where I was going to. I flew from Miami International and arrived in Rio first thing in the morning, got a bus and hoped that I would arrive somewhere close …
... running out of petrol in the middle of nowhere in Australia. Loosing my hat and the lens cap to my camera whilst dune buggying in Peru - to name just a few. Constantly being on the move and living out of a rucksack has been harder than we thought, and six months in we really started to feel it. But the positives have outweighed any challenges along the way! ...just about :)
There is so much beauty in the world but also so much wrong with the world & so much poverty, and ...