Hotel Pousada Luar De Buzios
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Chris and Harry are also heading to Buzios, so we travel together. A cab ride to Novo Rio, the surprisingly modern and efficient coach terminal and we're on our way. Our three hour ride was relaxing - headed across the two kilometre Niteroi bridge - was surprised at the number of cargo and fishing boats in the bay. We passed many favelas - housing communities resembling slums that are built on the many hills surrounding Rio de Janeiro, before passing lush ...
... the 2 beaches - I just couldnt help but realize how many people were at the beach - almost every where we went - we were alone - we had so many coves to explore , we were almost always alone there. After a point of walking - we were definitely the only ones exploring that far. We spent some time at the reef , and then came across this dos - that Zoe couldnt stop saying how cute it was - seriously it was ok ... hahaha... it was a 5month old dog which wouldnt stop licking ...
... to be a worthy opponent and I can`t find a good angle in which to stab him. Btw, I`m also nervous as hell. I try stabbing him anyway but I can`t really reach him and he keeps like hissing at me which sucks. I keep hitting the wall or the ground with the spear and after about 5 minutes of battle I give up and declare him the winner. I call Gina and tell her that I`m spending the night. No way am I staying here. I leave ...
... is open. I get a great price on my ticket to Iguazu. The same fare u was unable to book when I called the airline in the US. The low fare has me leaving on Friday and I can't find flights that are reasonable to visit my friend Guilherme and his family. They are in Corumba, far away from major cities. I head for the tram to Sta Tereaza, a funky ride on a historic tram. The area has lots of character ...
... disease. essentially, it is poverty, neglect & injustice. we know there is no perfect place, especially in a place like here where inequality is....well this place is the picture of inequality.... it~s obvious, and it~s awful, but i hear from friends that they don~t like movies like city of god because it makes their lives look bad. if you lived in a favela, you~d hate that movie too i bet. not everyone here deals drugs, carries a gun or sells ...