1. Rio de Janeiro: Brazil’s City of Contrasts Rio de Janeiro is a city of contrasts, with its stunning white sand beaches, iconic landmarks, and colorful favelas. It’s a place of great beauty, but also one of great poverty. Rio is home to 6.3 million people, and almost a third live in favelas, or slums. The city is divided by income, with favelas located in the hills and wealthier neighborhoods on the coast. Despite the poverty and inequality, Rio is also a vibrant city, with festivals, music and culture that draw millions of tourists each year. From the annual Carnival to the Olympic Games, Rio has something for everyone. 2. Rio de Janeiro’s Favelas and the Struggle for Survival Rio de Janeiro’s favelas are some of the poorest areas in the city and are home to almost a third of its population. Living conditions are often harsh, with inadequate housing, access to water and sanitation, and basic healthcare. These communities are often overlooked by the government, and struggle to survive. Many are left to fend for themselves, relying on the
A new high-speed sightseeing cruiser "SEA SPICA", which is most suitable for island tours, will be launched in the summer of 2020 so that more customers can enjoy the beauty of the many islands of Setouchi more luxuriously! It is gaining attention as the leaders of each country used it at the G7 Summit!
According to a new survey of leisure travellers, tourism in Ontario looks set to continue growing as travellers reassess their holiday plans in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the cost-of-living crisis. The research was commissioned by the Tourism Industry Association of Ontario (TIAO) and conducted by tourism research consultancy, Twenty31. More than 4,000…more ›
Hotel executives are well aware of the challenges that cumbersome tech stacks and siloed data have created. And yet the overall direction of the industry will continue to demand more and more technology adoption – both for labor efficiencies and revenue growth – further complicating all the platforms in use and necessary interfaces.
Flights from Barcelona to MALDIVES from €499 by Austrian Airlines / British Airways! Find the cheapest flights from Spain to MALDIVES and book your ticket at the best price. Flights to the breathtaking MALDIVES cost from 499 EUR both ways! Curious about the best things to do in the Maldives? The Maldives is an island […]
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There are so many foreigners out there who absolutely love Japanese anime! So, we thought it'd be fun to ask foreigners living in Japan or those who have visited about the things they admired or the places they wanted to go after watching Japanese anime. We were curious to know what aspects of Japan, like its food culture or daily life, caught their attention through anime. (Please note that the following responses are personal opinions from individuals who participated in the survey.) Main image: PIXTA
Article - Making Waves: How Gen Zs and Millennials Are Prioritizing - and Driving - Change in the Workplace - By Michele Parmelee - With high expectations and a passion for social impact, Gen Z and millennial workers can be catalysts for change in building a future-proof workforce.