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... is probably the ugliest church ever created. It does have amazing stain glass windows and is better from the inside than the outside, but is still pretty damn ugly. From there we went to the Lapa Arches and heard about how this used to be a aquaduct but now is one of the last tram lines in the city. It is also the setting of the Friday and Saturday night cheap markets, but more of that later. From there we went up into the district of St Teresa which is known historically for ...
... bedrooms (including mine), and a bathroom are situated. The rest of the bedrooms are on the main (third) and second level. Right now there are about 25 volunteers living here who are all from a number of different countries and backgrounds which makes for really lively and fun (and at times a bit wild) atmosphere around the house. In the short time that I've been here, I've gotten to know some ...
... went behind the mountains, the crowd clapped and someone exclaimed, Thank you Rio! The following day, we spent the morning shooing for Havianas and the rest of it lazing on Copacabana Beach. We rented the beach chairs at an affordable 10 reals for 4. Basked in the sun on our beach chairs while enjoying our 12usd 40x40cm pizza by the beach. Capriniahs were a little pricey at 10 reals each though, a cocktail made of vodka, lime and sugar, ...
... guide's point that BNDES only works with and funds big business and corporations, and I though he did as best as he could with the information he had to present. BNDES essentially funds a great deal of businesses, and the overwhelming majority of those businesses from a sheer numbers standpoint are small and medium sized businesses, but on another slide he showed that the 4-6 very large businesses that BNDES does work with, consume almost ...
... rather than the sleaziness of the previous night. It was just fun wandering along the beachfront which had been closed to traffic and replaced by bands and people dancing in their many costumes. I don't know how they managed to dance in the heat - it was somewhere around 35 degrees and I was literally melting!! The day after the Sambódromo (officially Day 4 of Carnaval) involved 3 different blocos before we finally headed out in Lapa. First up was Ipanema, ...
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