Promenade Casa Del Mar
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... and Beyoncé have all visited. However the most honoured visitor by the locals is Michael Jackson, who filmed his music video 'They don't care about us' in the favela and used locals as extras - some of which we met. After he passed away, they named an area 'Michael Jackson Square' and have put up a life size statue of him, which is tiny. They also take it as an opportunity to sell you souvenirs - but who can blame them. The houses are so colourful ...
... Takze jsme pochopitelne stali u zdi a jenom se divali :)
Dneska ma bracha narozeniny, 24 let. Všechno nejlepší k narozeninám Tomasi!
Poslední den v Riu. Sante Hostel byl skvělý, majitelé Bela a David byli velmi milí a přátelští, a take ostatní hosté. Také jsme si užili společnost zaměstnance mesice, zrzaveho kocoura, na jehož jméno si uz nemůžu vzpomenout.
We flew from Rio to Foz do Iguacu via "TAM Airlines". The direct flight from Rio is around 2.5 Hr. We stayed at hotel near fall, as city is quite a distance. We stayed
at "Hotel Florença Iguaçu" which
had a restaurant but with not many veggie options. We liked the place
and its very near to falls. Onecould use taxi or local bus to reach
fall gate. After you get ticket to enter park, you will be guided to
park buses and the ...
... over the streets. We had been advised to leave all belongings locked up at the hostel except for the money that we needed, so that's what we did. The street party was fun and there was a really interesting group doing a drumming routine that we stood and watched for a long time. After awhile we headed back to the hostel, which was pretty close by and they had said it was perfectly safe to walk back. As it turns out, on the way to the hostel was the road where all ...
... actually have deserved to win for once still went to the more deserving team overall, though jeez the party would have been better had the Argies prevailed.
The following day I finally lined up what I was most excited for in Rio - a favela tour! The only problem was that our guide, Manuel, did not speak a word of English. With my portuguese being more limited than the dialogue of a Jason Statham flick, this made things tricky. But Dan and I were treated to a tour of an ...