Tag Archives: copacabana

Graffiti: Rua 5 de Julho, Copacabana

Graffiti: Travessa Moacyr Deriquen in Copacabana

Rio+20: Humanidade experience

If you haven’t been reading the news then this post might be a bit confusing for you, but for those of you who do know what’s going on in the world, this week is Rio+20, the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD) with the goal being to ensure a renewed political commitment to sustainable development, […]

It’s Always A Good Time for Champagne At The Charleston

“There comes a time in the life of every woman, the only thing that helps is a glass of Champagne.”  Bette Davis I couldn’t agree more, and I am sure YOU know the feeling too! So when that feeling hits or you feel like having a ‘classy’ evening out, head over to Charleston Champagneria in Copacabana. The […]

Ring In The New Year Like A Brazilian

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!! For those of you who have not had the opportunity to experience New Years in Rio, add it to your ‘to do list’! Starting around 3 in the afternoon the street next to the beach is shut down and the vendors start setting up for the wild night ahead.  As I mentioned […]

Graffiti: Copacabana

A little fun….. and a little naughty Love the floating graffiti bubbles Who me?! All in a days work Car of spaceship… you decide!

A Girls Dream Come True: Custom Shoes

Do you have a hard time finding beautiful shoes that are actually comfortable? Have the perfect dress and just can’t find a shoe to match? Getting married and don’t want to end the night as a bare-foot hobbling bride?  NOW, you can stop going from store to store trying on endless uncomfortable shoes and stressing […]

The Things NY Mag Forgot To Mention….

I finally got myself a copy of the April issue of New York Magazine which did a 4 pages spread on Rio. I can say for a fact that visiting Rio for a few weeks doesn’t make you an expert and I am sure that if the person writing this had stayed in town a […]

Graffiti: Copacabana.. Where the Wild Things Are

The graffiti here is unbelievable!! I can’t get enough of it.  Everywhere you turn there is something striking to look at, so colorful and alive.  Here are some of my favorites from Copacabana Beijos (usually you end an email ‘bjs’ means Kisses! Tweet

How do you take your Coconut Water?

For those of you who are not familiar coconuts and coconut water are very popular in Brazil.  Everywhere you turn you will see coconuts- hanging off the kiosks lining the beach and people are eating or drinking out of them. If you like coconut water, you will LOVE this! It is deliciously fresh (can’t really […]