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Fishing in Barra de Guaratiba
Rio de Janeiro

This is one of my favorite places cause it's so calm and mostly nobody around except sometimes a few Pescadores. It's Dangerous to walk there on the rocks but it's worth it. It's located near barra de Guaratiba.

don't try to go there when it's raining.

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