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Around the World ::
My travels
Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I was born five minutes from this place, in Botafogo. Ocean Beach Pier, San Diego, California. Ilhéus, Bahia. Hometown of one of the greatest Brazilian writers ever, Jorge Amado. Massambaba is a small fishing village north of Rio de Janeiro that was forgotten in time. Its sands are probably as white as sand can get, and its waters reflect the most beautiful turquoise blue one can find in Rio de Janeiro. It's a magical place, a hidden treasure in the Atlantic Coast. The famous church overlooking Itaúna, probably the most consistent surf spot in Brazil. Another view of the church in Itaúna, this time right after the sun had gone down. Lightouse in Pontal da Barra, Itacaré, Bahia. Cathedral in Pau, a little town in the South of France.
Redeemer Christ, overlooking Rio de Janeiro on a foggy Winter afternoon. We stopped in this town just to find a place to sleep. It was dark and dirty. When the sun came up the next day, we could appreciate the real beauty of this rural town. Itamaraju, Bahia, Brazil. Shrimp boat. Sunset in Pontal da Barra, Itacaré, Bahia. Maracanã Stadium. The biggest soccer stadium in the world, built in 1950, specially for the World Cup played in Brazil that same year. This is the final game of the Brazilian Cup in 2004, between Flamengo, the home team, and Santo André, a team from a neighboring state, São Paulo. Emotions were running high as the home team lost, 0x2. Parati, Rio de Janeiro Parati Parati Parati
Church on a Rock. Parati, Rio de Janeiro.