The Selaron Stairs are an iconic sight in Rio de Janeiro, though they hold a sad story about the fate of their creator.View Post
My favorite part of my first place in Rio was the little monkeys that came to visit (er, eat) every afternoon.View Post
Join me in discussing the results of my weekly challenge, and planning for my next.
Try one new thing a week: to challenge your doubts, push your boundaries, and maybe discover a new favorite.
This week, I report back on the BikeRio bike share program.
Morro da Urca is free to hike, easy to moderate difficulty, has amazing views, and located conveniently in Zona Sul of Rio de Janeiro. Get the details here.View Post
How do I get a Brazilian tourist visa (do I need one)? How do I extend my Brazilian tourist visa? What happens if I overstay my Brazilian tourist visa? All of these questions answered (and MORE!)View Post
Advice and suggestions based on my recent Rio move.View Post
Recommended restaurants in Rio – slim pickingsView Post
Casa do Caminho in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil offers Portuguese language classes and profits go towards supporting programs for at-risk youth.View Post