By Doug Gray, Contributing Report
RIO DE JANEIRO - Walk around Zona Sul after dark and you cannot fail to notice the enticing orange glow emanating from little nooks and crannies along the busy streets of Ataulfo Da Paiva, Farme de Amoedo and more recently making its home in Botafogo, Humaita and Largo do Machado. Its not just the cartoonish colour scheme that catches your eye, but also the crowds of people huddled around outside, probably looking-to-see-who’s-looking.
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