Travel Blogs from Brazil

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Paraty, Parati, Brazil travel blog

Paraty

A travel blog entry by dermotsharon

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Hello Again! We left Rio last Wednesday and travelled down the coast to a place called Parary. We are supposed to go to Ilha Grande but there was a mud-slide which blocked to road. Paraty in on the Costa Verde which is a stretch of coastline that has ...

Ilha Grande, Ilha Grande, Brazil travel blog

Ilha Grande

A travel blog entry by stu1

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... and exploring the various local shops. Tomorrow we head to Sao Paolo and after one night there to Iguassu Falls and then Uruguay. Brazil is an amazing country although I think we are both ready to get another stamp in the passport and take the next step ...

Viva Bahia!, Salvador, Brazil travel blog

Viva Bahia!

A travel blog entry by ian-sue

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And finally we are in Salvador! After a long and beautiful bus journey through the city, we arrived to the ICBIE (www.icbie.com), our "home" for at least the next month. I was here 3 years ago, while Ian was working in Porto Alegre, and it was great for ...

Waterfalls, Walking And Wolves. Almost..., Santußrio Do Caraša , Brazil travel blog

Waterfalls, Walking And Wolves. Almost...

A travel blog entry by travelnshit

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Santußrio Do Caraša is clearly a Catholic effort. The accommodation was originally built as a monastry and there's a resident priest and a suitably elaborate church. Not as shiny as some of the Catholic churches I've seen but it still highlights the ...

The Death Train, Iguazu, B.A. and Rio, Saquarema, Brazil travel blog

The Death Train, Iguazu, B.A. and Rio

A travel blog entry by jamesharrison

... through into Argentina.  We went through the border into Argentina without first receiving our exit stamp for Brazil... somehow our driver had neglected to take us through immigration, effectively making us resident in two countries ...

Two city slickers in the jungle., Tefe, Brazil travel blog

Two city slickers in the jungle.

A travel blog entry by jamaandgraham

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Bom Dia!  We have just arrived back from our week and a half long trip to the Amazon rainforest.  Actually, we learned that the proper Portuguese term for it is varzea, meaning flooded forest. The adventure began at the Port of Manaus where ...

Mon d ordre: relax et profite, Itacare, Brazil travel blog

Mon d ordre: relax et profite

A travel blog entry by baptistevericel

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Arrive en debut d apres midi a Itacare, pays des plages sublimes et du surf, la vie n y est pas difficile. En gros, c est tout droit! Nous avons traine un peu l apres midi sur la plage et vu un joli petit coucher de soleil. Nous sommes aussi tombe sur ...

Blue lagoons, Parque Nacional Lenšˇis Maranhenses, Brazil travel blog

Blue lagoons

A travel blog entry by 12_months_off

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Just a few hours away from SŃo Luis lies Parque Nacional Lenšˇis Maranheses, a coastal desert of vast shifting dunes and isolated communities cut by broad rivers and sky blue lagoons. ...

The Legend, Barra da Tijuca, Brazil travel blog

The Legend

A travel blog entry by biruvia

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One of the highlights of traveling is when you get to a destination and discover some big festival or event that you previously had no idea is happening when you are there.  That happened today and yesterday, as the Association of Surfing ...

Rio...., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Rio....

A travel blog entry by davyandelve

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... statue which we went into to say a little prayer, it was such a small and tiny peaceful place. Of course we couldn┤t go to Brazil without visiting the Maracana stadium so we firstly went up to do a tour of the stadium, where we got to see the dressing ...

Exploring the Pantanal together with mosquitoes, Cuiaba, Brazil travel blog

Exploring the Pantanal together with mosquitoes

A travel blog entry by nixsboys

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The Pantanal was something that I had been waiting to see.  Having had some long drives to get here I was more than eager to stretch my legs and see the some of the wildlife hiding out in this geographical basin.  Lying in a hammock at  ...

From one extreme to another, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

From one extreme to another

A travel blog entry by emmaanddave

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... chilled out drinking beers in the square and on the last day took a boat to Lopes Mendez - known as the most beautiful in Brazil and it certainly didn┤t disappoint! It was a long curve of fine, white, squeaky sand fringed with palm trees and rain forest ...

Passing for a Brazilian, Sao Paulo, Br/ Ciadade del Este, Paraguay/ Foz do Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Passing for a Brazilian

A travel blog entry by jronco

... . Yesterday at Iguacu Falls, I went up to buy a ticket to enter, and the cashier only charged me the rate for citizens of Brazil. Must have been my eloquent mumbling of "uno". My day in Sao Paulo was excellent. It reminded me alot of nyc-- not ...

The Pantanal Wetlands, Corumba, Brazil travel blog

The Pantanal Wetlands

A travel blog entry by sranmal

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On Wednesday morning, we left Hotel Santa Monica in Corumba and took a 3 hour drive to the Passo do Lontra lodge in the Pantanal. The Pantanal is a tropical wetland and the world's largest wetland of any kind, sprawling over an area estimated at between ...

A change of plans in Bom Jardim, Bom Jardim de Minas, Brazil travel blog

A change of plans in Bom Jardim

A travel blog entry by maddieuk

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... am a bit miffed simply because I have found the last few weeks so dull – we seem to have skipped some amazing places in Brazil in favour of the most boring, out of the way places instead. I’m concerned now that we are going to spend more time ...

To Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

To Ipanema

A travel blog entry by linds_and_ryan

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We caught a flight through Miami to Rio, arriving mid-morning--always the best time to arrive in a new place. It's not so early that you are still groggy, but not so late that you don't have a chance to do some exploring once you are settled. We ...

The Mass Transit Utopia, Curitiba, Brazil travel blog

The Mass Transit Utopia

A travel blog entry by linds_and_ryan

Curitiba ...

Boating on the Rio Paraguay..., CorumbÓ, Brazil travel blog

Boating on the Rio Paraguay...

A travel blog entry by fettino

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Here is the Brasilian Pantanal and CorumbÓ is the innermost city of the area...."la Cidade Branca" was a very important port at the biginning og 19th century, and it is visible in the lowest part of the city: the ancient port on Rio Paraguay is really ...

Snorkeling in Bonito........., Bonito, Brazil travel blog

Snorkeling in Bonito.........

A travel blog entry by claireandross

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... away by bus!)- but its not the end of the trip!  From Rio we will spend our final few weeks exploring the south Brazil coast, and also hope to fly north to visit Salvador and surrounding area (budget permitting!) before returning to Rio for one last ...

Show, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Show

A travel blog entry by bdgj

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Show, Porto Alegre, Brazil travel blog

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A travel blog entry by bdgj

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Our first attempt at blogging (ridiculous word), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Our first attempt at blogging (ridiculous word)

A travel blog entry by jimanddan

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15/11/2008 Touch down! After 15 hours of flying we are finally in Rio. Boy its hot! Our first hostel is small but friendly. We are staying in a private room.  Kinda doesnt feel in the spirit of things, us in our ivory tower while everyone ...

Petropolis - the city of Pedro, Petropolis, Brazil travel blog

Petropolis - the city of Pedro

A travel blog entry by ipanemario

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Petropolis - August ...

Iguassu Falls - most amazing site ever, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguassu Falls - most amazing site ever

A travel blog entry by judymatson

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... to bed for a few hours then met at 1pm to go see the Falls from the Brazilian side. Three countries border the Falls, Brazil, Argentina & Paraguay.  From the Brazilian side is the best viewing point & on the Argentinian side you can get up ...

End of South America - Back to Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

End of South America - Back to Rio

A travel blog entry by mattock

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I cant believe I have done everything in central and south America. I have travelled from Mexico to the bottom of Argentina, completely satisfied and full of self achievment but now I was so happy to be returning to Rio to spend my last 5 weeks with ...

A travers l amazonie (part 2) !, Belem, Brazil travel blog

A travers l amazonie (part 2) !

A travel blog entry by lelaulau

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Ma seconde croisiere fut un peu differente. Le bateau etait plus grand, plus de monde...surtout de Manaus a Santarem. La salle des hamacs etait avec air conditionee la nuit, et les repas etaient plus type cantine (queue pour rentrer, et une fois qu on a ...

Corcovado or Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Corcovado or Christ the Redeemer

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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Corcovado, meaning "hunchback" in Portuguese, is a mountain in central Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The 710-metre (2,329 ft) granite peak is located in the Tijuca Forest, a national park. Corcovado hill lies just west of the city center but is wholly within ...

Dry Land, Manaus, Brazil travel blog

Dry Land

A travel blog entry by matt81

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... , but it's still pretty darn fine! We travel for three days and nights to cover some 1100km total on the way to Manaus, Brazil. I sleep in a hammock. There are two full decks on the river boat, full of hammocks, and one more on top for lounging in. All ...

Rio part 2, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Rio part 2

A travel blog entry by stu1

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Hi guys, We decided to come back down to Rio because Ouro Preto was pretty small and so managed to see almost everything in 2 days. Luckily when we came back the weather was beautiful and it is amazing how much better even a city like Rio can be ...

Descansando :), Bertioga, Brazil travel blog

Descansando :)

A travel blog entry by vitorgarcia

Fui pra Riviera dar uma descansada :) Estou trabalhando muito :x ...

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