Travel Blogs from Brasilia, Brazil

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More of Brazil, Rio de Janiero, Brazil travel blog

More of Brazil

A travel blog entry by monkeymouse74

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Well, Brazil continues to be one of my favourite countries in South America, as Ive visited so many beautiful places in the last couple of weeks. I did a 3 day trek in the jungle in Lençois to see Brazils highest waterfall. At 380m high it was pretty ...

Brasilia - Day 66, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

Brasilia - Day 66

A travel blog entry by christosp

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... , they should of considered more public transport options. Buses are the only option but that's the same across most of Brazil. Brasilia's design was based on an Aeroplane with the fuselage being the heart of the city where the parliament, government ...

Off to Brazilia!!!!, Sau Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Off to Brazilia!!!!

A travel blog entry by martinandheike

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Well after an epic experience as independent travellers per se we ar now off once more on a trip of a different challenge. This time going with a group of students from my school doing our third World Challenge trip. Our first destination was "Sau ...

The best and worst of South America, Reflections on leaving S America, Brazil travel blog

The best and worst of South America

A travel blog entry by littleaitch

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... when it's spoken in Chile and Argentina and the Spanish that is actually unintelligible Portuguese when you arrive in Brazil... ...wandering down winding streets, peering into bizarre shops and riding in battered up cars; being squashed into buses on ...

Summary of South America, South America, Brazil travel blog

Summary of South America

A travel blog entry by kandg

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Summary of South America Unintentionally we've saved the best until last. Visually beyond comparison, South America has it all. Beautiful on the eye, with history and wildlife, the fact we learned the language (excluding portuguese) gave it the edge ...

White, white, white, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

White, white, white

A travel blog entry by kimandjohn

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Brazil's capital, Brasilia, is a planned city that exists right in the middle of nowhere (but about halfway between Campo Grande and our next destination, Salvador, which is helpful for breaking up the bus ride!)  Aside from being the capital, it's ...

Cement, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

Cement

A travel blog entry by upriver

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... right (too hard to explain but it works!) you can traverse the city easily which we did many times with Vince and Ana. Brasilia is surrounded by hills and valleys, goes from green to brown from wet to dry season, and has a lifestyle ...

C'est quoi une ville sud-americaine ?, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

C'est quoi une ville sud-americaine ?

A travel blog entry by charlyvaness

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... hommes des démiurges, demi-dieux créateurs ; Brasilia, ou 3 ans pour un chef d'oeuvre. A voir.     Le plan de Brasilia a été imaginé par Costa. 1 avion : 1 queue, 2 ailes, 1 nez. Dans la queue, rien, dans les ailes, tout, dans ...

Beautiful, beautiful Iguassu, Iguassu, Brazil travel blog

Beautiful, beautiful Iguassu

A travel blog entry by juner

After the events of yesterday we were so pleased that Iguassu did not fail to impress. The falls are absolutely stunning. What more can I say?? Shame we couldn´t linger but we had to go to the airport in the afternoon for our FLIGHTS to Rio - yes, ...

Brasilia, I'm living in a jetplane...., Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

Brasilia, I'm living in a jetplane....

A travel blog entry by marie-line

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... all the way to Brasilia.   So what is so very interesting about Brasilia?   First of all, it's Brazil's capital. Not Rio. Brasilia is. I think it's a little bit funny, naming the capital city "Brasilia", just like Bolivia's money, they called ...

Characters on Tour, Brazil, Brazil travel blog

Characters on Tour

A travel blog entry by daryll

... as the next Michael Flatley with his horrendous dance moves. Zorro got off to an early start with his master swordsman skills in Brazil, as expected. Falls in love far too easily though, and becomes a text pest. In fact the only reason he brought his ...

Footie Fever in South America, Rio, Brazil travel blog

Footie Fever in South America

A travel blog entry by cazness

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Hey from Footie fever land ... Brazil really is the place to be for the World Cup and im incredibly lucky to be experiencing such amazing ambience and street parties now that im a so-called lone traveller! Theres so much to tell but will keep it pretty ...

Adventure in Chopada Dos Veadeiros, Alto Paraiso Brazil, Brazil travel blog

Adventure in Chopada Dos Veadeiros

A travel blog entry by eugenecash

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... of 500,000 inhabitants. We spent the morning looking through JK memorial (President Juscelino Kubitschek who ordered the construction of Brasilia) which was pretty impressive, taking in the views from the TV tower and looking in the very unusual churches. ...

Amazon, Manuas, Brazil travel blog

Amazon

A travel blog entry by lc65259

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... beauty of nature and the rainforest. That night we left for the airport at midnight to catch our 2 am flight from Manaus to Brasilia for a 5 hour layover in Brasilia it was funny watching the locals come off their flights and see tons of white students ...

mandala island, Rio, Brazil travel blog

mandala island

A travel blog entry by g_in_brazil

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its good to have friends with private islands! was lucky enough to get invited to spend a weekend on this amazing island. i went with my swedish friends and a cornishman. it turned out to be an unbelievable weekend. the daughter of the family who owned ...

Episode 4 - Rio and Rain..., Rio and New Orleans, Brazil travel blog

Episode 4 - Rio and Rain...

A travel blog entry by paulortw

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... it a far cry from the Corcovado staring down on it from the mountain. "A reflection of the changing position of Catholism in Brazil?" I mused rather deeply, while lining up a picture of the two. Damn I can be so intelligent sometimes!! On through the ...

Kicking around on a piece of ground, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

Kicking around on a piece of ground

A travel blog entry by bleite

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" (...) Home, home again I like to be here when I can And when I come home cold and tired It’s good to warm my bones beside the fire" Brasília se preparou para me receber de volta, 18°C e nublado (mesmo na seca). Nada melhor para dormir e tentar ...

Lucky streak, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

Lucky streak

A travel blog entry by marie-line

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... me for a few days out to Chapada with Ivesan's car. - There was a very cool rockfestival happening where othes flew to Brasilia for, and I coincidentally was there just then.- Also a animated film festival going on - I wanted to go to Pirenopolis, a cute ...

Brasilia, Family, Art, Culture, Heritage, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

Brasilia, Family, Art, Culture, Heritage

A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather

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... ) to the other, and a 40 min drive to get into the centre is just about standard.  All the government buildings are in Brasilia and all very well planed out and symmetrical. We really enjoyed visiting the gallery and the Cathedral. And I in ...

Not for pedestrians, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

Not for pedestrians

A travel blog entry by riege

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... a Internetshop where I am able to upload my photos, so please be a bit more patient. Sonnenschein! Bin in Brasilia angekommen und bin spazieren gegangen und habe versucht eine sechsspurige Strasse zu ueberqueren. Es war unmoeglich ohne dabei mein ...

A Primeira Mentira de Julio Verne, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

A Primeira Mentira de Julio Verne

A travel blog entry by rechmachado

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A Primeira Mentira de Julio Verne (Reflexões antes da partida) Phileas Fogg, personagem principal da "Volta ao Mundo em 80 dias", teve um "estalo" logo de manhã, e resolveu girar o planeta. À noite, já saía de Londres, rumo a Paris,oriente ...

Brasilia - a worthwhile unscheduled stop..., Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

Brasilia - a worthwhile unscheduled stop...

A travel blog entry by theblakes

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... to go and have a look for ourselves and were very pleasantly surprised by what we found. History lesson time:  Brasilia is the capital city of Brazil built from the ground up only 49 years ago. It took 3 years to go from dust to a fully functional ...

Incredible Iguazu, Iguazu Falls, Brazil travel blog

Incredible Iguazu

A travel blog entry by laorfamily

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 We took a bus from Rio to the Iguazu falls on our way to Buenos Aires, Argentina. The bus was OK, it was a our first long ride, the bust was clean and made several pit stops for food or clean toilets. Since we didn't understand Portuguese we made ...

Day 40: No Capybara's in Capivara, Pôrto Capim, Brazil travel blog

Day 40: No Capybara's in Capivara

A travel blog entry by msj322

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... fly back to Sao Paulo.  Once the wheels touch the ground, I will be on vacation until Wednesday.  Duke Energy Brazil closes down for Carnival.  My friends and fellow Duke co-workers have arrived from Charlotte.  We will be headed to ...

Bizzarre Brasilia, capital of Brazil, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

Bizzarre Brasilia, capital of Brazil

A travel blog entry by jennifers

Got here saturday night. Elter, a contact through SERVAS, picked me up at the airport and took me to his girlfriends, Marcella´s, who is hosting me while I´m here. Very sweet girl, shes driving me around everywhere and feeding me. I finally got to buy ...

Partiuski!, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

Partiuski!

A travel blog entry by bleite

Eu e o destemido André Afonso partimos hoje de Brasília rumo ao mundo ex-comunista. Em nossas andanças encontraremos meliantes como Antônio Cottas, Igor Germano, Daniel e Flávia Ducci (esses não são meliantes!), Guilherme Belli, entre ...

We didn´t know the bus went into Brazil, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

We didn´t know the bus went into Brazil

A travel blog entry by danielaccg

... then Spanish. We road on the bus for about 20 minutes, when bob pointed out that the sign we just passed said Welcome to Brazil. This was a little disconcerting, seeing its large fine not to have you US$100 visa and oh yeah we thought we were going to ...

51º dia: Volta ao Mundo Concluída, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

51º dia: Volta ao Mundo Concluída

A travel blog entry by rechmachado

Retornei ao Brasil, no 51º dia de viagem. Completei uma das muitas Voltas ao Mundo possíveis, e ao alcance de todo aquele que tenha verdadeiro interesse em abraçar o planeta Terra, planejando e priorizando esse projeto, e abrindo mão de outros ...

Candido and family, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

Candido and family

A travel blog entry by whereugoing

... as they were living in, and learning about, ours. I knew one day I would see them again in Brazil. So, Peter, Carly, Molly and I arrived in Brasilia and waiting for us was Candido, his wife Patricia, his son Alfredo, his daughter Marianna and my mom ...

THE HOME STRETCH - AMAZON NEXT, Brasilia, Brazil travel blog

THE HOME STRETCH - AMAZON NEXT

A travel blog entry by spocream

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... a while, since he'd never done it before, but we finally got our piece of paper. It was clear we could have driven off into Brazil without it, but doubtful whether we could get the Jeep out at the other end. So we headed off finally to find the road to ...

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