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After a really hot and humid and very sunny day, we had a delightful and dramatic storm that cooled things off dramatically.
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... I find fascinating.
The next day we explored downtown Rio, packed with workers and with an interesting mix of old and new architecture. The ultramodern Petrobras building looks a bit like a Rubix Cube and the Cathedral looks like a cross between a spaceship and an Egyptian pyramid. But at the end of the day we were in Rio and downtown is not where it’s at… so in the afternoon we headed to Ipanema beach. Now this is Rio; a picture perfect beach surrounded ...
... artist has been paid money for – it must be worth seeing, mustn’t it? And people will not wonder about what really speaks to them, they won’t try and find the one piece in the whole place that makes them stop in their tracks and stare. They will just nod thoughtfully, trying to give the impression that they understand why this is noteworthy and something else is not. If you want to know ...
After an amazing send-off from Dublin airport on Sunday morning, a
wonderful stop-over in Zurich spending a few quality hours with my
sister, aunt, uncle and cousin, and a 12 hour flight onwards to South
America, I arrived into Sao Paolo early this morning (Monday). It is by
far the biggest city I've ever been in, with 18-20 million people living
here! What struck me most when I arrived was the heat and the amount of
... in our bank accounts and were definitely ready to be looked after for a bit!
IMPRESSIONS OF BRAZIL
- Brazilian women (of all shapes and sizes) are very keen to wear tiny bikinis even when they really shouldn't
- A lot more expensive than anywhere else in South America
- The Portuguese was a huge shock after being in Spanish countries for so long
- The coastline is amazing
- It is a huge country with so much to see