Vila Boa Vida 1
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Hi the market at Ipanema square veggies, fruit, fish and such. We tasked some Suger cane juice and pastels with Dev and his buddies Karim and Sean.
Kina bought some beautiful flowers also. We then hit Ipanema beach to check out the surf and climbed the rock at Arpoador beach.
Arpoador (literally, the harpoon thrower) is ...
... we ended up having a Carnaval night to remember - we lost Jason and then Ingrid for a while in the crowds, as well as Jason's shoes, but we met many new friends and could not stop raving about how much we loved Rio. The nice thing about staying in party central is the short commute and within minutes of leaving our little beach party we were showering before tucking into bed. Our final day in Rio we headed off to see one of the most popular tourist attraction, Pão de ...
I am in love with Rio. It has vibrant energy radiating from both the mountains and the ocean yet it has that simple calmness. This city definately has an enchanting charm to cast a spell on you :) Today we were invited for a musical presentation by students in a different project in the Favela. The children were talented. One of the songs moved me. Even though I did not understand, I could feel the words they were singing. It felt like it ...
Brigette Bardot made this Brazilian peninsula famous in the 1960's, sunbathing topless on it's wonderful beaches. Anchored very close to the main pier, we were just 5 minutes from the main town from the ship. My transportation for the day was an open air bus -- allowing us to enjoy the fresh air and have maximum visibility as we toured the MANY beaches ...
... crab, and about six bacalhau (salt cod) dishes, as well as lots of salad and vegetables. After 2pm it was 43.50 (just over £10) each.
Finally, we tried a restaurant called Tacaca do Norte, which sells Amazonian food. I had tacaca, a soup with fat prawns and a green vegetable that has an astringent taste and make your mouth go numb. Paul had acai served northern style, unsweetened, with tapioca.
Next stop: Vicosa.