Travel Blogs from Brazil

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Ode to Brazilian Food...and a Jesus Parade, Porto Seguro, Brazil travel blog

Ode to Brazilian Food...and a Jesus Parade

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck


... a 102km hike back to Porto Seguro.  While we were at the churrascaria, I couldn't help but think about how great the food in Brazil is.  Well, it's great if you don't require fancy food.  In the mornings, we eat at the hotel buffet and ...

A dark angel perhaps?, Salvador, Brazil travel blog

A dark angel perhaps?

A travel blog entry by soooz

It was that first taste of guarana - the local soft drink made of jump juice from the amazon, and loads of caffine that did it. I was at the fundraising party for the Terriero (Candomble house and community centre) and there was not much water, no juice, ...

Copacabana beach day!, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Copacabana beach day!

A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett


Dev and I had a meeting in the a.m. and then we hit the Copacabana beach for the afternoon. The beach is amazing as there are multi vendors of everything.  We walked up to a umbrella and chair kiosk and "Julio" brought us chairs and umbrellas ...

I immediately regret this decision, Riocentro, Brazil travel blog

I immediately regret this decision

A travel blog entry by eadamson


Once again, apologies for the lack of caps, granny and other grammar well-wishers. the shift key is spotty. Well, had a great time tonight, for the most part, other than being very tired and sore, getting back to the hostel at 630am. The reason for the ...

Anflug mit Hindernissen, Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil travel blog

Anflug mit Hindernissen

A travel blog entry by teresitaykusito


Von Uruguay nach Iguazu gönnten wir uns nochmals einen Flug, statt die lange Fahrt mit dem Bus abzuspulen. Wir wählten Pluna, die modernste Fluggesellschaft der Welt, wie uns der Kapitän vor dem Abflug stolz durch den Lautsprecher wissen liess. ...

Brazilian beaches, Fortaleza, Brazil travel blog

Brazilian beaches

A travel blog entry by pamericas


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 ...

A Cultured Life (short), Florianopolis, Brazil travel blog

A Cultured Life (short)

A travel blog entry by floripaman


Whew baby!  How are my people?? FYI: I am writing this at 1:13am so I'm not even sure if all of this ramble is logical.  I will probably read this with horror tomorrow morning haha  I also think my English is slowly degrading.  My ...

Rio at last!, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Rio at last!

A travel blog entry by shaneandsam


Landed in Rio after a turbulent filled 11 hour flight from Madrid. Saw the big Jesus, Copacabana, and took the cable cars up for a great view from the top of Sugar Loaf mountain. Only in Rio for a short time, but it was great - and not nearly as ...

Space and time, Salvador, Brazil travel blog

Space and time

A travel blog entry by soooz


We got through the last 72 hours of freakout. We didn't get all our money returned from Thiago, but sufficient enough to get us through the day and into our very own apartment. Listen, upselling in Brasil and glossy real estate is huge here. Picture the ...

Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil travel blog

Minas Gerais

A travel blog entry by phileus_fogg


... headed off to the airport in Foz de Iguazu to take me to the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais and the 3rd largest town in Brazil of Belo Horizonte. Since I spent $150 and whole lot of trouble to get my Brazilian visa I figured I should see a little more ...

Bonito-snorkelen, bezoek weeshuis, Bonito, Brazil travel blog

Bonito-snorkelen, bezoek weeshuis

A travel blog entry by ikkeao


Leaving Paraguay behind us we travel to Bonito in the Sierra do Bodoquena mountains, famous for its caving and river activities. The following day is free to try some of the snorkelling activities in the lakes and rivers (optional). For those who prefer ...

Rio de Janerio, Rio de Janerio, Brazil travel blog

Rio de Janerio

A travel blog entry by lynda.30


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Ilha Grande, Ilha Grande, Brazil travel blog

Ilha Grande

A travel blog entry by benguigue

La encore petit coin de paradis pour finir en beaute ce periple. Ile sans voiture constituee d'une 30aine de plages, des couleurs vert emeraude, bleu turquoise etc.... Lait de coco, balade en bateau, promenades au bord de l'eau.... J'arrete la les feux ...

Hard core chilling, Olinda Pernambuco, Brazil travel blog

Hard core chilling

A travel blog entry by soooz

Even after saying goodbye to Mariana and Manu, yesterday I passed Manu in the street. Yes they were packed for the airport and then suddenly, whammo, next day´s flight please. So we shared a coconut together at a street cafe and enjoyed some more ...

Farewell Brazil- we loved you!, Corumba, Brazil travel blog

Farewell Brazil- we loved you!

A travel blog entry by roopa_anish


Corumba; border city notoriously dangerous and infamous for smugglers. It was a long ride from the Pantanal to Corumba, the border of Brazil and Bolivia. We were wiped out from the Pantanal. We took lots of rest and met some lovely English people and a ...

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Rio de Jameiro, Brazil travel blog

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

A travel blog entry by oldnavigator


... other strollers and joggers and crowds on holiday enjoying their time at the beach (this was the end of the school break in Brazil).  We felt absolutely safe.   Our coupon for our escorted drive to the airport did not have a departure time ...

Excursion to the Rio de Plata, Bonito, Brazil travel blog

Excursion to the Rio de Plata

A travel blog entry by sebou


Off to the Rio de Plata, Five of us in the car along with the guide - two spanish and a scotish girl (small world). We decide to head off to the Macaque (type of parrot) nesting ground as its not far from the Rio Plata. Just the transport is costing us ...


A travel blog entry by prieststrip


... Holland – Caes and Inez.  Thankfully they were happy with children and within minutes we were all sharing our stories of Brazil and Argentina.  The camp was in a natural setting with two communal areas – a bar and resting area and ...

Ouro Preto, Ouro Preto, Brazil travel blog

Ouro Preto

A travel blog entry by david_irina


- Город был основан в начале 18-го столетия, и ...

RIO-DE-JANEIRO,  BRAZIL - DAY FIVE, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog


A travel blog entry by jjndotr


Beach, Beaches and More Beaches, Ilha Grande, Brazil travel blog

Beach, Beaches and More Beaches

A travel blog entry by amitevron


... way we made a quick stop to rest at Dois Rios, another beautiful beach beyond the ruins of an abandoned prison. Some of Brazil's most dangerous prisoners were locked up here until 1994 which is one of the main reasons the island hadn't seen much tourism ...

Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Rio de Janeiro

A travel blog entry by john_and_anna


FROM Iguaçu, we took a 24 hour bus journey to Rio that took us out of the jungle, in and out of São Paulo, through some amazing coastal scenery and finally into the metropolis of Rio. The city is stunning, developed around large rock formations ...

Letting Go, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Letting Go

A travel blog entry by alohagypsies

This has been a difficult week for us in Rio, especially for me. My cold (if it's truly that) has come back with a vengeance. Monday night my throat swelled up and I could hardly breathe. My sinuses were clogged and my throat was screaming in pain. I ...

Beef in Sau Paulo, Sau Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Beef in Sau Paulo

A travel blog entry by russellffc


I write this on the day i reach 1 quarter of a century old and its been a bit of a toilet washout e.g I havent been able to do much as ive got a dodgy stomach (youll be pleased to hear colin). Im feeling a bit better as ive managed to drag myself away ...

A Cup of Para-tea, Paraty, Brazil travel blog

A Cup of Para-tea

A travel blog entry by jameshopkinson


... another bus to a place called Angra, and then from there we caught a boat over to Ilha Grande.....a big island. It is Brazil's third largest islands, apparently, and is quite an exclusive place. So, whilst we waited for the boat over to the island we ...

Pantanal and Chapada Birding Tour, Cuiaba, Brazil travel blog

Pantanal and Chapada Birding Tour

A travel blog entry by randmfernandes


What an amazing place. The Pantanal is similar to the Okavango of Southern Africa. It is a lowland in Brazil located south of the Brazilian Amazon forest. It is almost entirely flat and floods completely in the wet season. There are isolated spots which ...

São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil travel blog

São Paulo

A travel blog entry by woodgeandfidge

Only here for 1 night for a connection onto Iguazu falls This is Brazil's largest city. We had a morning stroll to Ibirapuera park which is in the city centre and watched a bit of the marathon that was taking place. We have loved Brazil and now very ...

Falling for Iguazu, Foz de Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Falling for Iguazu

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome


... Ted and I crossed from Russia to Mongolia, the crossing took six hours. This one took six minutes. Before you knew it, we were in Brazil! Rack up country number 53 for me and 49 for Ted. We arrived in the town of Cataratas and dismounted the bus, and were ...

Rio - siste stopp, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Rio - siste stopp

A travel blog entry by inghel


Da har vi kommet til Rio de Janeiro, turens siste stopp... Vaar status for oyeblikket er.... Antall reisedager: 114 Antall netter paa hotell: 4 Antall timer paa buss/tog/fly: Maaaange Antall nye bekjentskaper: Har ikke telling... ...

Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Christ the Redeemer

A travel blog entry by lpringle


... in our mini dorm so all our hostel mares seemed to sort themselves out! We got up and headed out for our first day in Brazil and Lou and Kath's first day of their trip! We followed a Lonely Planet recommended route for a walking tour of the city and got ...

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