Travel Blogs from Brazil

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Iguazu Falls, Foz do Iguašu, Brazil travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by harriet.worth21

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... into Argentina so we could see the Argentinian side of the falls. As we crossed the boarder we were very sad to say goodbye to Brazil as we loved it but we were now getting excited for Argentina. The next day we went to the Argentinian side of the falls, ...

Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Brazil

A travel blog entry by feschi

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Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, Corumba, ...

Heading home!, GaleŃo, Brazil travel blog

Heading home!

A travel blog entry by oreydc

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Bumpy take off  video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trgY3WRD0OU&feature=youtu.be ...

The power of water, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

The power of water

A travel blog entry by nixsboys

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One of the most dramatic waterfalls in the world, straddling both the Argentinian - Brazil border, I was fortunate enough to be able to see both sides of the Iguacu Falls. Argentinian side The majority of the falls lie on the Argentinian side and the ...

Ilha Grande (island), Ilha Grande, Brazil travel blog

Ilha Grande (island)

A travel blog entry by matanshapira

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We've spent 4 full days in the island Ilha Grande.This island is a one big jungle with a well developed set of trails for independent hiking to the beaches. The only cars on this island belongs to the emergency services and everything is done by foot or ...

Morning walk, and Bike Friday, Ouro Preto, Brazil travel blog

Morning walk, and Bike Friday

A travel blog entry by oreydc

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A nice restful morning, with a walk to the Praša Tiradentes (and bought a bike helmet) and then to lunch, where we ran into Heloisa. When we got home, I assembled my bike and took him for a ride to the praša and back... Welcoem to Brasil Friday! Its ...

Monte Alegre, Monte Alegre, Brazil travel blog

Monte Alegre

A travel blog entry by witek

Short break to stretch our legs and buy some alcohol that we smuggled on ...

Great class, great students, and sunset, Ouro Preto, Brazil travel blog

Great class, great students, and sunset

A travel blog entry by oreydc

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Vanessa did a great job defending her research proposal, then my students  went and looked at a big circle... and  did the Pi activity and I ended the day with a great ...

Country number 6 ...., Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Country number 6 ....

A travel blog entry by tomandfoy

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... river and indigenous people.  It generates over 90% of the energy that Paraguay uses and 20% of that used in Brazil.  The stats about its construction and output are staggering in good ways and bad.  Because of the harm its ...

Amazonian Caribbean, Alter do ChŃo, Brazil travel blog

Amazonian Caribbean

A travel blog entry by witek

What an amazing place! I`m not using a guide book on my travels and there seems to be very little info on the net about many of the areas I`m visiting so from now on I`m gonna try to include some useful stuff that I come across. Buses between Alter do ...

Melbourne to Rio, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Melbourne to Rio

A travel blog entry by salkelely

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... and buns in itsy bitsy bikinis and was our first destination.... exactly as you imagine rio to be. Our first four days in brazil were spent lounging around on the beach, eating and drinking cocktails and beer- it┤s a hard life!!! Ipanema was amazing- ...

Quick stop en route to Diamantina, Belo Horizonte, Brazil travel blog

Quick stop en route to Diamantina

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick

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"Beautiful Horizon" is the third-biggest city in Brazil, and a very new one (late 1800's), but not really much to see other than the many beautiful women walking around the world's most confusing double-grid street ...

Campeche Island and Samba-rock, Florianopolis, Brazil travel blog

Campeche Island and Samba-rock

A travel blog entry by danasv

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The boat to Campeche Island left from Barra da Lagoa (R45) at 10am. The boat ride out to the island cruised past Galheta, Praia Mole and Joaquina beaches. The weather wasn't the best - overcast and generally grey. We were given fruit and water along the ...

one night stand, Paraty, Brazil travel blog

one night stand

A travel blog entry by ilovemonkeys

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on the move from ilha grande to florianˇpolis... we stopped for one night only in the beautiful colonial town of paraty. the shopping looked amazing - lots of boutiques and funky jewellery stores - so i think my bank balance is breathing a sigh of ...

I love surf, Porto de Galinhas and Recife, Brazil travel blog

I love surf

A travel blog entry by jennifers

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... 3 km away though is Maracaipe Beach which is much more relaxed adn no people. I surfed everyday we were there. We met a guy frm Brazil and we all stayed together in a very cute pousada. He lives here in Recife and is taking us out tonight. You can┤t ...

Brazilian beaches, Maceio, Brazil travel blog

Brazilian beaches

A travel blog entry by pamericas

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We will post trip information here as soon as it starts. For 2010, we will continue planning the project and look for Sponsors that are willing to invest and support the Project. All indications in that regard is highly appreciated. Please contact us by ...

Brazilian beaches, Penedo, Brazil travel blog

Brazilian beaches

A travel blog entry by pamericas

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We will post trip information here as soon as it starts. For 2010, we will continue planning the project and look for Sponsors that are willing to invest and support the Project. All indications in that regard is highly appreciated. Please contact us by ...

Campo Redondo - Marcelo's step-Family, Campo Redondo, Brazil travel blog

Campo Redondo - Marcelo's step-Family

A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather

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... in Campo Redondo. His half sister's step-grandmothers side. They are all very lovely. Their little town in the North East of Brazil is suffering from drought right now and hasn't had any rain for about 9 months. Even the most hardy plant are dying off. ...

Bus from Saquerema to Rio, Rio de Janiero, Brazil travel blog

Bus from Saquerema to Rio

A travel blog entry by thedays

Start of the VERY long day of traveling...got the bus, and even got to sit ...

New Years at the Copacabana and the Sugar Loaf, Rio de Janeiro, Brésil travel blog

New Years at the Copacabana and the Sugar Loaf

A travel blog entry by eeyore82

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The reason why it was worth spending 500 Euros on a flight from Equador to Rio was the New Years eve at the Copacabana. This was just amazing. My friend Flavia came to start the evening with us in our little hotel. I bought rhum, Coke and some peanuts ...

P˘r de Sol / Sunset, Ouro Preto, Brazil travel blog

P˘r de Sol / Sunset

A travel blog entry by oreydc

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After work we went to the rodoviaria and the bank downtown and stopped off for a pizza and beers with Heloisa in O Passo. Very warm and sultry... ...

Saying Goodbye to Megan in Salvador, Salvador, Brazil travel blog

Saying Goodbye to Megan in Salvador

A travel blog entry by kirsty.md

... decided to stop at one and without realising they literally only sell crepes we had a crepe for dinner (ham and cheese as in brazil anything sweet also has a savoury alternative). It was a bit random. After dinner we came back to the hostel so that Megan ...

Curitiba again, Curitiba, Brazil travel blog

Curitiba again

A travel blog entry by chillwithjoe

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We are in Curitiba again... We stayed here for 1 night before we head up to Rio De Janeiro in 2 hours (just burning some time). Today we caught the train (Curitiba┤s clame to fame) to Morretes (pronounced - Mor-het-ches) which was quite a ...

17 - 25 maart: Fernando de Noronha ... Paradise, Fernando de Noronha, Brazil travel blog

17 - 25 maart: Fernando de Noronha ... Paradise

A travel blog entry by anneldavy

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17 - 25 maart: Fernando de Noronha ... Paradise 17 - 25 maart : Fernando de Noronha ... Paradise in Paradise Alhoewel iedere dag tot nu toe een highlight is geweest, vertrekken we vandaag naar 1 van onze topbestemmingen waar we enorm naar hebben ...

Oktoberfest, Blumenau, Brazil travel blog

Oktoberfest

A travel blog entry by sargeandwest

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No, we didn┤t get on the wrong connection and end up in Germany, there really is a German town in the middle of Brazil! Well, not exactly in the middle, but Blumenau is a German settlement inland from the coast where they hold Brazil┤s second biggest ...

SLEEPING BEAUTY CITY, Paraty, Brazil travel blog

SLEEPING BEAUTY CITY

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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As you have read, leaving Rio was hard, we all wanted to remain and play on the beach. On the morning of our departure Ian and I joined the early morning joggers and walkers and jogged our way down to Copacabana. Around us were people of all ages ...

Ilhabela, Ilhabela, Brazil travel blog

Ilhabela

A travel blog entry by sam_sandro

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... Sandro mentioned, we ventured into Paraguay today to take advantage of their cheap electonrics, and even made it back into Brazil without having to pay taxes on our purchase, thanks to Sandro and his continuously convenient Italian heritage! As I told ...

Sick Days, Churches and Gold in Ouro Preto, Ouro Preto, Brazil travel blog

Sick Days, Churches and Gold in Ouro Preto

A travel blog entry by kirsty.md

After a 8 hours of winding roads into the hills we arrived in Ouro Preto on time (hurray!). We took a taxi to our hostel and checked in. We quickly discovered that the majority of staff at the hostel do not speak any English and those that so speak it ...

Off to Buzios for 10 days, Buzios, Brazil travel blog

Off to Buzios for 10 days

A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett

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Buzios April 8-18 Buzios is part of a peninsula about 2 1/2 - 4 hours drive north of Rio de Janeiro (depending on traffic and day of the week).  Buzios is a beach community of the elite of Rio.  Heading there for the weekends.  So the ...

These Boots Were Made For Walking!, Pantanal, Brazil travel blog

These Boots Were Made For Walking!

A travel blog entry by kelly_blogs

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... off in what looked to be the middle of nowhere in the middle of the night! We hit a few roadworks as well - which in Brazil means they┤re doing a massive stretch of road and you have to wait an hour before the cars from the other direction get through! ...

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