Despite all the hardships, the city I chose to live in remains Wonderful, always voted one of the best destinations in the world to travel. So, I think it's very fair to have a blog section just for her. Here are all the posts I made about her, the places I went and what I like. We can often be tourists in our own cities ... and that can be quite interesting! It's cheaper ;)

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Ahh, I just forgot to comment that I live in Rio de Janeiro! But when it comes to the Marvelous City, I think it's practically impossible not to connect one thing to another. Just like in the expression cariocando itself.

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" Rio de Janeiro is a great Brazilian city by the sea, famous for the beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema, for the 38 meter high statue of Christ the Redeemer, at the top of Corcovado, and for the Sugar Loaf, a granite peak with cable cars up to its summit, the city is also known for its large slums, the exciting Carnival, with floats, extravagant costumes and samba dancers, is considered the largest in the world.

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Sports activities include volleyball at Ipanema beach, surfing at Arpoador and paragliding from the elevated Pedra Bonita. The sandy beaches run from Guanabara Bay to Barra, in the west, with bike paths and kiosks that sell coconut water. Tijuca National Park is home to mountains covered with tropical forest and filled with waterfalls, hiking trails and toucans. Samba, forró and bossa nova groups perform at bars in Lapa. Modern art is exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Art in Rio. Host of the 2016 Olympic Games, Rio also has the famous Maracanã stadium. "by Google Travel

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And what does Carioca mean ?

According to Revista SuperInteressante : "The term comes from two Tupi words: kara'iwa (" white man ") and oka (" house "), which together obviously mean" white man's house ". to use the expression right after the founding of Rio de Janeiro, to refer to the city - but as a nickname for residents the term only started to be used from the 18th century "

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