Well our first impression when we arrived in Rio was….this is oven HOT. ….
And they don’t speak English and the majority of Brazilians are not interested in learning English and would not even know where to start from.
It was really hard for us trying to order food or catch a taxi to a destination we can’t seem to get the name right.
Trying to learn the subway system….
Taking pictures of roads that I want to visit again
Here is a typical Brazilian lunch…it has palm and broccoli rice with grilled chicken…yummy
Fresh lemon drink from the streets…really tasty and only cost 50 cent a cup
This is call Acara ( not sure of the spelling) but they basically grind beans and add flour with some seasoning and then deep fry it in Palm oil. Then they put this spicy sauce inside and then top it with a salsa like sauce. It was an interesting taste for me. But I tried it
Got to pose with my acai ice cream man…
He is all ready for the upcoming carnival…
We found out the best place to get an inexpensive custumes are at the central market called Sahara. We got that tip from our uber taxi guy…
Rio seem like a fun place to enjoy but the language is very challenging.
Thank Good for Google translate…so if you are coming to Rio then please download the app Google translate since you can use it without Internet once you download the language you need.
Brazil Exploration Continues….