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A sewage-filled Rio de Janeiro beach has been removed from the list of venues for a surfing competition in the city in May, the World Surf League said on Wednesday.A spokesman, Dave Prodan, said São Conrado beach had to be removed as a competition site “due to pollution issues”.São Conrado had been a backup for the Rio Pro event scheduled for 11 to 22 May, to be used in case ...
... local Guarana (soft drink), Caipirinha (local alcoholic drink). You can easily find these drinks in any of Bar/ restaurant/ shops on street and beaches. Try sugarcane juice, churros and sweet corn as well. And the local "Acai - as fruity dessert", they are really nice!!
Shopping: The night market is best & cheapest of all to buy Rio Souveniour, beach stuff, local art. You can also visit Rio De Sul- shopping mall near Copacabana to have a feel of ...
... of Rio had set up full bars at the entrance. It was hard to tell who was coming (home from a full night of partying) or going, and Ingrid ever managed to snap some great photos of casualties trying to nap on the tourist packed stairs. The cloud cover from the morning seemed to evaporate right at the opportune moment that we ascended the stairs, and by the time we reached the top we were all hungry, thirsty and eagerly searching for the recommended restaurant we thought ...
Today, we sadly said goodbye to Buenos Aires. The name Argentina comes from the Latin for silver and the Rio Plate means silver river but there's no actual silver in the country! One theory is the Spanish saw the sun reflecting off the water and thought it looked like a silver river. We took a picture from the airport that may support this theory?! We caught a plane to ...
... their talents. We were also treated to a brief show from 3 men who must have been in their early twenties. They created traditional music using metal buckets, bins and boxes. Some small children also joined in their performance which was adorable and they were very savvy in sending the cutest, smallest boy, aged no more than 5, around with the tip bucket at the end- impressively he thanked us all in our own mother tongue!
The living conditions ...