Corais e Conchas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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... our great friend Gloria where we spent my birthday (St. Paddies Day) and hoisted a few Guinness before heading on another major flight to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where we rented our friends from London flat located right between Copacabana and Ipanema beaches (great spot). Our friend GloJo from NYC joined us for a few days in Rio where we explored the Corcovado and other funky spots.
Dev and I had several ...
We spent 5 days in Rio touring the City and exploring the nightlife. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Copacabana beach is as wonderful as its reputation. A 3km stretch of wide white sand which is a focal point for the City. It attracts sun worshipers by day and in the evening the locals flock to the hundreds of football, volleyball, footvolley and beach tennis pitches assembled in the sand. It comes alive with sport and is enjoyed by spectators watching from ...
... are large with many amenities and people soaking up the sun. We searched online and found Villa Bambuti which was rated #1 on Tripadvisor.com. We took a bus from Rio passing over the bridge, favelas and once out of the city, rolling green hillside. Once in Buzios we were dropped off at a simple bus stop and took a taxi to our hotel. We were greeted by a young woman named Angie. She was the owners niece and was visiting from South ...
... yahoo.com.br to see the sights). Today on the other hand has been shockingly ****, with a request from me to do some scuba diving up in Buzios (120 miles north of RIo). Well, big gay Rodrigo picks me up at 7:30 in the morning, and says "Cooeee, Jamie we are running late. Hurry!!" So I leg it straight to his minibus, only to find that the local argentinian bingo club have joined the party too?! How odd I thought, that people over the age of ...
... to pay - I saw The Illusionist in French with Portuguese subtitles). The Manuas airport was surprisingly small (just like the bus station - guessing its because of all the boat traffic) and had enormous lines. Left late and would have missed the connection to Rio, but they held the plane because there were like 20 of us coming from Manaus. Got into the hostel in Copacabana pretty late. Rio is amazing. Absolutely amazing. All the hype this ...