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The Lumps Eat… Casa Momus

Located on Rua do Lavradio, a small street that was holding its own live Jazz festival, Casa Momus was a discovery of Marta’s that she was keen to try. 807 more words

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April Update: A Lot Going on This Spring at Rio!

Rio Raiders enjoying the 2016 ILS Dance

File Under: Great Things Are Happening at Rio!

Today 4/21: 2nd Annual Rio Golf Tournament @ Hagen Oaks Golf Complex 12-5pm. 342 more words

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The Beauty and the Musicians

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Earth

I have a moment to tune in to the Weekly Photo Challenge contests that brought me so many great impressions (and yet so many great friends). 238 more words

Wanderlust

Rio De Janeiro: Home of Football and Samba

Rio De Janeiro is Brazil’s second populous city after Sao Paulo. Known with plentiful beaches such as Copacabana and Ipanema, bossa-nova rhythms, football players, dramatic mountains and of course samba dancers of Rio Carnival, the city is pretty vibrant and it is impossible not to fall in love with it. 1,209 more words

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Day 6 - Rio to Agrinio

Out of the Peloponnese into the central mainland. I guess that technically the Peloponnese peninsula is an island – the Corinth canal cuts it’s land link with the rest of Greece. 533 more words

The Saga of the Blocked Toilet

*Warning: This story is pretty disgusting. If you’re weak of stomach, turn back now. For the same reason this story contains no images. Be grateful* 729 more words

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