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Carnival is celebrated everywhere in Brazil but in Rio de Janeiro the celebration becomes a fantastic spectacle during the summer months February and March in the country It is wild wacky frivolous and most say quite enjoyable Passionate exuberant Rio comes alive when Carnival begins As the temperature heats up so do days of seemingly endless parades balls and parties in Cidade Maravilhosa or the Marvelous City as Rio is sometimes called It has to do with people with the color with the music with the spirit of the Brazilian people The whole country stops for four days It is amazingly cheerful and full of joy like a perfect world wide party Carnival is a party where everybody lets it all hang loose It is time to forget inhibitions wear a wild costume play a character and live our fantasies Carnival has a different effect on each person but it was created just with one objective for everyone and that is to have a lot of fun to forget our routine life worries responsibilities and to adventure at least once in our lives because this experience no one will ever forget However I have had the chance of being there with my friends from Ecuador and it is just unbelievable and difficult to describe All those bright colors people singing dancing samba as wild animals in a free place make one thinks we are just at home Nevertheless this country is so warm so full of friendship and emotion that it seems as if it is a jungle alive and listening to the loud sounds of different animals We feel the silence of the wind blowing in the body sharing joy as a group of kids with no worries in a playground In the beginning one could feel pretty shy anti-social scared of what one is going through like kids who have just come to a new place or meeting new friends
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