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Iguacu Falls - Brazilian Side, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Iguacu Falls - Brazilian Side

A travel blog entry by alexndean

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Alex: We got into Foz do Iguaçu from Sao Paulo at a reasonable time in the morning and after a bit of wandering found a hotel with rooms. After a well needed shower and a bite to eat we waste no more time and caught the bus to see the Brazilian ...

Blame it on Rio!, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Blame it on Rio!

A travel blog entry by sarahwalsh

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... . We settled into our hotel and wasted no time going to see the falls, which basically span three countries, Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil. We went to the Brazillian side on the first day, and first up a few people went for a helicopter flight over the ...

Manaus - Day 83-84, Manaus, Brazil travel blog

Manaus - Day 83-84

A travel blog entry by christosp

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Day 83 - 30/03/09 Arrived at the docks in Manaus just before sunrise. Myself and a couple of other Gringo's from the boat got shafted by unscrupulous taxi driver, but after getting off the boat I just wanted to dump my bags and sleep horizontally ...

Best Waterfalls in the World, Foz Do Igaucu, Brazil travel blog

Best Waterfalls in the World

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... stick with me forever. In the afternoon, we visited Itaipu Dam... the biggest dam in the world and generating a significant amount of Brazil and Paraguay´s energy. I had never heard of this dam and was in awe at the granduer of the sight, as well as ...

Just back from paradise!, Parati, Brazil travel blog

Just back from paradise!

A travel blog entry by andy_jillian

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... tropical paradise we've just spent the past 2 days in! Parati was a four hour bus trip down the Costa Verde (green coast) of Brazil from Rio towards Sao Paulo and the views from the bus trip itself were picturesque, but once we got out on the boat trip, ...

Doing the Gaucho Dance, Fred West Brazil, Brazil travel blog

Doing the Gaucho Dance

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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FRED WEST – RIO GRANDE DO SOL – BEAUTIFUL CLEAR DAY - 7.11.09 Up to this point we have traveled 1,500kms . We're at a temporary standstill at this stage, holed up in the Palace Hotel in Frederico Westphalen or Fred West as the locals call ...

Salvador Dali, well Salvador Bahai actually, Salvador, Brazil travel blog

Salvador Dali, well Salvador Bahai actually

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda

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Day 28.   14 November 2007 (Salvador, Brazil)   We start our day thinking we've made a mistake booking an excursion (walking tour) when we could have easily done it on our own.  The excursion turns out to be really great and covers ...

Salvador, Salvador, Brazil travel blog

Salvador

A travel blog entry by roundtheworld

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Salvador Got the ´Vomit Comet´ -- high speed boat from Morro de Sao Paolo to Salvador. Our trip out was a helluva lot smoother that the ride back, and my smugness about not being the slightest bit sea sick on the way out shut right the heck up! ...

Alter do Chao - Day 77, Alter do Chao, Brazil travel blog

Alter do Chao - Day 77

A travel blog entry by christosp

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Caught the bus this morning to Alter do Chao, a small town on the banks of the river Tapajos which is only a one hour bumpy bus ride away. The town has supposedly some of the finest river beaches in the world. Seen some pictures in Santarem and it does ...

3 things I have learnt about Brazillian Bikinis, Jericoacora, Brazil travel blog

3 things I have learnt about Brazillian Bikinis

A travel blog entry by sarahwalsh

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... the ´warning Sharks´ sign put me off, although the colour of the water did a more convincing job. To say that Brazil is a heavily populated country is an understatement. After everywhere else I have been, there just seems to be people everywhere ...

Florianopolis, Florianapolis, Brazil travel blog

Florianopolis

A travel blog entry by shaunduvall

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Saturday June 4th 2005 Eventually arrive in Florianapolis, and the Island of Santa Catalina, and decide to hire a car, a very basic Fiat Uno (so basic in fact, I discovered the lights didnt work...as I was driving at night!) Get some expensive ...

Last Day in Brazil, Rio, Brazil travel blog

Last Day in Brazil

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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I´m trying to hold back the tears because I don´t want to leave Brazil... yet. It´s such a shame that I have to leave what is an unbelievable city/country. Like Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Morocco and Peru, there is absolutely no doubt that I will be ...

Line up those caipirinhas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Line up those caipirinhas

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda

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Day 30   16 November 2007 (Rio de Janiero, Brazil)   What a sad morning.  Al is so looking forward to getting off and seeing Rio and then getting home.  He's had enough of seeing the same people day in, day out.  There goes ...

On the move to Camocim, Camocim, Brazil travel blog

On the move to Camocim

A travel blog entry by emanddave

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Get up early to get bus to our next destination instead of going to Rodovaria we got to nearby town square to get a cheaper minibus but it doesnt leave until 11am. Dave and I go for a wander around town to see the market and the river to at least ...

Out and About in  Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Out and About in Rio

A travel blog entry by jeffsadventures

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Rio is a pretty cool city but one that deserves at least a month or two to really know the place and enjoy everything it has to offer. There´s always something going on... The Rolling Stones performed a free concert here on Copacabana Beach a couple ...

The Brazillian Pantanal, Campo Grande, Brazil travel blog

The Brazillian Pantanal

A travel blog entry by brendanlarkin

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We spent the last four days on the pantanal which is a flooded region of grassland in the Amazon basin. The pantanal is a land where domesticated and wild animals live side by side but a place where man can control them all if he keeps his wits about ...

Last Day In South America (For Now)., Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Last Day In South America (For Now).

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... time I asked for information in English, shook his head and loudly claimed “No No No”. Briefly forgetting I was in Brazil (they speak Portuguese), I tried my very limited Spanish only to be met by a fresh round of head shaking and ...

Rio, Rio I wanna a Rio and I want one now!, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil travel blog

Rio, Rio I wanna a Rio and I want one now!

A travel blog entry by alinmattrtw2005

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... a huge Hippie market in Ipanema, being broke and at the end of our trip, but of course wanting to buy some cool things from Brazil we went along and spent a couple of hours shopping in the market. We were shocked at the prices though, but not so suprised ...

Still here........, Camocim, Brazil travel blog

Still here........

A travel blog entry by emanddave

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... a fair few adults drinking and playing a type of billiards. A tournament was started and we were part of a few England v Brazil matches which we sadly lost at. By this point we were getting a bit more sceptical about Acassion unfortunately. We lent ...

Hideaway....., Cabure, Brazil travel blog

Hideaway.....

A travel blog entry by steveanderson

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... the boat and good practice for our upcoming Amazon cruise! After a 2 hour cab ride from Parnaiba on some of the worst roads in Brazil (we managed to miss our bus so the cabs were the only alternative unless we wanted to wait till midday for the next one ...

Bonito by name, beautiful by nature, Bonito, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil travel blog

Bonito by name, beautiful by nature

A travel blog entry by idarich

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Some places live up to their names, and others don't. Well, this one does, quite literally. 'Bonito' means beautiful. The beauty here, however, is aquatic. Sounds a bit bizarre for a town that's hundreds of miles from the sea. We really were not ...

Minor frustrations, Frederico Westphalen Brazil, Brazil travel blog

Minor frustrations

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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11.11.09 I don't know how I did it but I managed to erase all 1008 songs from my iPod while it was on charge last night. Not happy Jan! My favourite 'North to Alaska'T-Shirt has become lost between the Hospital and the Hotel on the day of the accident. ...

Ilha do Mel, Ilha do Mel, Brazil travel blog

Ilha do Mel

A travel blog entry by marc-patty

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Curitiba, Curitiba, Brazil travel blog

Curitiba

A travel blog entry by marc-patty

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Mococa, Mococa, Brazil travel blog

Mococa

A travel blog entry by marc-patty

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Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by marc-patty

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Alter do Chao to Santarem - Day 80, Santarem, Brazil travel blog

Alter do Chao to Santarem - Day 80

A travel blog entry by christosp

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... the Amazon, It's obligatory to have a big knife!), find an ATM that works (This proves to be difficult most of the time in Brazil), the usual internet admin crap and finally a shower and shave. All jobs were successfully ticked of the list, it's the most ...

Beautiful waterfalls and more..., Iguacu, Brazil travel blog

Beautiful waterfalls and more...

A travel blog entry by martinandheike

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... the waterfalls just take you breathe away, we all visited the point on the borders where you can literally see, Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil all at once. So a quick pop back into Argentina, you have to see the falls from both sides, a ride through the ...

City of God (and cheese and banana sandwiches), Rio, Brazil travel blog

City of God (and cheese and banana sandwiches)

A travel blog entry by jodifer

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... hey, check out how nice this place is yourself . But I guess I should mention the dodgy electrics (not so uncommon in Brazil I´ve since discovered). We arrived back there one rainy afternoon to discover that all the power had been switched off as water ...

Paradise Found, Ilha Grande, Brazil travel blog

Paradise Found

A travel blog entry by jodifer

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... big fat electric cable...now I know this guy isn´t corgy registered but it seems to be the way things get done in Brazil. We have meet quite a lot of English people in Ilha Grande. James and Haley from Bristol these guys were really cute....James was ...

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