Travel Blogs from Brazil

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Rio is now safe(r)!!!!!!!, Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Rio is now safe(r)!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by biruvia


... special.  I could try to explain it, but it really just needs to be experienced.  However, with a 2014 World Cup in Brazil and the 2016 Olympics here, Rio got pushed into the international spotlight.  This had led to a lot of changes from ...

Week 5 and Week 6 - Beaches to Jungle, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Week 5 and Week 6 - Beaches to Jungle

A travel blog entry by jen_and_andre


... off the boat at Benjamin Constant and took a slightly faster ferry to Tabatinga which is on the Triple Frontier - the border of Brazil, Peru, and Columbia. We were hoping to organize a trip into the jungle in Leticia, Columbia and we needed to go ...

The project, Rio, Brazil travel blog

The project

A travel blog entry by robin-ras


Oi! - No that's not me being rude, that's just me saying 'hi'! Today was the first day of my placement and it went well. Fortunately, it was a short one today 'cos the kids are still on their holidays so do other things in the afternoon. But next week ...

Hammock, Caipi and Bodyboarding, Porto de Galinhas, Brazil travel blog

Hammock, Caipi and Bodyboarding

A travel blog entry by eeyore82


Since Maragogi is situated in a bay, there are no waves whatsoever. So we decided to change to another place to have some waves. So off we were to Porto de Galinhas.Our hotel was situated at the end of the beach where there are no tourists at all. a ...

BOOMBOOM CITY, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog


A travel blog entry by terryandjackie


Thoroughly enjoyed Rio - a very buzzy city but one not really outwardly showing that the Football World Cup is less than two weeks away. Our hotel looked directly over Copacabana beach and was right next door to the famous Copacabana Palace Hotel. Our ...

Curitibia, Curitibia, Brazil travel blog


A travel blog entry by lynda.30

Tour review under Iguassu ...

Tropical Paradise, Ilha Grande, Brazil travel blog

Tropical Paradise

A travel blog entry by dan_on_the_move

After the hussle and lack of sleep of Rio, i retired to a tropical paradise island abt 200 ks south west off the coast of Brazil for some R & ...

Back to Rio, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Back to Rio

A travel blog entry by dan_on_the_move

Back Rio for a night before my departure from South ...

Trusthouse Forte, Praia do Forte, Brazil travel blog

Trusthouse Forte

A travel blog entry by jenandnige

Following our trip to the interior, we headed back to the exterior (beach) to the resort town of Praia do Forte. The trip back from Lencois was slightly more complicated than we had planned, the traffic built up nearer the coast and a confusing ...

Songs in my head, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Songs in my head

A travel blog entry by joules

Theres not many cities that I associate songs with, but Rio is one of them.  And not only do they have a song, they have 2!! Indeed, I stayed at a friendly, cool little hostel right on the point, between the beaches of Ipanema and ...

Back to Sao Paulo Airport, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Back to Sao Paulo Airport

A travel blog entry by potsnbaily

Bus to Sao ...

Iguazu Falls - Waterfall Wonderland!, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls - Waterfall Wonderland!

A travel blog entry by nikieandjames


Well the 22 hour bus ride went surprising well. Nay bother mate!! We got on at 9am, stayed awake until 9pm and then slept until 6am!! Easy peasy!! We arrived into Foz do Iguazu (Brasilian side of the falls) on Tuesday morning, checked into a great ...

Carnival!!!, Salvador, Brazil travel blog


A travel blog entry by mikerbh


... hotel, one night sleeping on a white sand beach (on a river, wierd) and one night deep, deep in the bush.  Brazil in general has seriously exceeded my expectations which were already sky high.  The food is good, the fruit is better, the ...

Mal ein ORDENTLICHER Osterstau. Chapeau., Sao Jose Dos Campos, Brazil travel blog

Mal ein ORDENTLICHER Osterstau. Chapeau.

A travel blog entry by lybie


Jetzt stecken wir immernoch im Osterstau. Luisa, 2 Freundinnen und das alternde Hausmädchen, das auch eine Ferienwohnung in Ubatuba hat. Schon 8 Stunden, noch nichtmal 200km. Und ich find's herrlich. Muss ja auch nicht fahren- bei Luisa ist die Stimmung ...

Disaster day, Parque Nacional de Sete Cidades, Brazil travel blog

Disaster day

A travel blog entry by holident


First stop this morning was supposed to be Ubajara National Park but when we arrived they said its Monday so its closed. So no bat cave for me - disappointed but these things happen. When we were supposed to be in the park the truck was to be fixed. But ...

Pink Dolphins, Manaus, Brazil travel blog

Pink Dolphins

A travel blog entry by nimita


Woke up excited ......... we were going to swim with the pink dolphins - one of my favourite creatures.  It's the first time that I've ever seen or heard of pink dolphins....and they literally are pink mixed with a bit of grey. Very pretty. After a ...

Wow - Wonders of the World, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Wow - Wonders of the World

A travel blog entry by adelecarroll


... management which was right up my street! It was such a geeky day and I enjoyed it so much. The dam borders Paraguay and Brazil so the employees are split equally 50/50. In the control room they have 5 employees, 2 Paraguay on one side, 2 Brazilians on ...

I am ashamed, not really like, Natal, Brazil travel blog

I am ashamed, not really like

A travel blog entry by darrenmcv

This is quite a long email. But then Ive a load of free time and I'm tired of the beach. I like adventures do I, and so does Richie. In fact he likes adventures even more than I do and I love adventures. So one fine balmy Thursday night we decided that ...

Long driving days, Iguazu and Bonito, Bonito, Brazil travel blog

Long driving days, Iguazu and Bonito

A travel blog entry by ellie_cross

... am now writing this by the pool in my bikini in the beautiful Bonito, an eco-tourism town in south western Brazil. Highlights have been: *The Iguazu falls. From both the Brazilian and Argentinian sides. Absolutely spectacular and blew me away ...

Federal Police- Take 1, Belo Horizonte, Brazil travel blog

Federal Police- Take 1

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan

Today was looking to be a head fuck. I went to the cops because I needed to renew my visa to stay legally in this lovely country. I tried to go nice an early to skip the lines but like everything else in Brasil, there was a line. These people love lines. ...

Foz do Iguaçu, Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil travel blog

Foz do Iguaçu

A travel blog entry by c4corey


... gave a real appreciation of how big the falls really were and ends with a fantastic view of the Devil´s throat waterfall. After thoroughly enjoying Brazil and taking lots of pictures like usual Jules and I caught a local bus in order to meet up with the ...

Rio de Janerio to Iguacu Falls, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Rio de Janerio to Iguacu Falls

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


A lovely fine sunny morning greeted me as I was driven to the airport. No clouds to speak of. Why wasn't today yesterday meaning the skies had cleared? I'm glad for the decision to have a window seat and was fortunate that it was on the right hand side ...

Rocinha favella ... a city within a city, Rocinha, Brazil travel blog

Rocinha favella ... a city within a city

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


Second and last day in Rio and I had 3 more ticks to achieve. Tick 1 = See Corcovado or known as Christ the Redeemer (Cristo Redentor) Tick 2 = Go on a Favella Tour (Rocinha) Tick 3 = Take a swim in Copacabana Beach Rocinha has 300,000 people ...

The last day blues, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

The last day blues

A travel blog entry by nickandhelen

We got up surprisingly early-ish considering we got to bed at around 5am and went to catch the tram from near the Novo Catedral. We hung on to the side of the tram for a laugh, rather than sit down, but we hadn't realised that we'd be travelling over a ...

The One Where The Project Starts, Iguazu Brazil, Brazil travel blog

The One Where The Project Starts

A travel blog entry by 3trippers

Ja Hallo da sind wir wieder. bei uns läuft immer noch alles gut. Vor 2 Wochen hat uns Joels Bruder, Leon, besucht. Er kam am Freitag sehr frueh an und hat in unserem Zimmer gewohnt. Wir haben eine Matratze auf den Boden gelegt, ...

Sugarloaf, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog


A travel blog entry by mlcmimi


Naomi woke me up early so we could catch the tour bus to Sugarloaf Mountain. We got changed into shorts and T-shirts, grabbed our water bottles and walked down to the tourist centre at 7:30am. After waiting twenty minutes for the bus, it finally came at ...

Island Escape, Morro de Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Island Escape

A travel blog entry by rob_jess


The earliest I could get to Rio was the 5th, this is when accommodation prices fall from ridiculously inflated to more suitable levels of inflated after the cash grab of New Years Eve, I had a couple days worth of time to kill, but I was quickly getting ...

Nova Friburgo dzien 2, Nova Friburgo, Brazil travel blog

Nova Friburgo dzien 2

A travel blog entry by marcos1230


Dzisiaj po sniadaniu podczas ktorego Rafal wkurzyl sie na mnie i poszedl wczesniej do pokoju (nie chce mi sie tu opisywac dlaczego ale zaczelo sie od...dzemu), wyszlismy sobie na lezaki przed basenem i troche sie opalalismy. Pogoda byla super, a gorskie ...

Road to French Guiana, Oiapoque, Brazil travel blog

Road to French Guiana

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant


... the day was the great lunch stop with a river swim. The bridge to cross the river is built but not open. On the Brazil side the roqd is not complete and there are numerous small bridges still under construction. With any luck it will be open for ...

Pantanal, Pantanal, Brazil travel blog


A travel blog entry by jon_lyall


Pantanal - After Rio I flew to the Pantanal, which is on the border of Bolivia and Paraguay. It is one giant wetland, the size of Wales. It is one of the best places to see wildlife in South America. I was hoping to be lucky and see a jaguar. ...

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