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Brazil Tag

Sea & Beaches / 01.07.2014

"Oh… You’re going to Fernando de Noronha? That’s a dream for every Brazilian." [caption id="attachment_18511" align="aligncenter" width="750"] Fernando de Noronha, Praia Cacimba do Padre[/caption] I heard this countless times when I was traveling in Brazil and long before reaching this remote island I was curious and wondering why it appeared to be such a coveted destination. [caption id="attachment_18508" align="aligncenter"...

Travel Postcards / 21.03.2013

Bent by the wind, or maybe just by the weight and age, resting on the white sand, this old tree I spotted along a secluded beach in the wonderful region of Cearà, in North Eastern Brazil, made me think of an elderly man, his face covered of wrinkles and full of expression. [pullquote]Nature can be just so perfect...

Travel Postcards / 05.05.2012

I arrived in São Luís from the wild Parque do Lençois (a surreal landscape, and one of my favorite places in Brazil), where I left a piece of my heart, not sure what to expect from this city.  It turned out to be lively, filled with music at every corner, people dancing in the squares at night....

Travel Postcards / 27.04.2012

The old historic centre of Salvador de Bahia, called 'Pelourinho', welcomes the visitors with its bright pastel colored colonial houses. Salvador de Bahia past is however much darker, as it was the first slave market to be established on the new continent. The name 'Pelourinho' itself is a remembrance of these times: it means 'pillar' and indicates the...

Travel Postcards / 19.04.2012

If you've been reading Wild About Travel for a while you should have noticed by now that I'm fond of Street Art. Olinda is  a lovely small city not far from Recife, in North Eastern Brazil, whose historical centre hosts colored colonial houses, awesome cathedral and a few beautiful examples of Street Art. Want to see...

Travel Postcards / 16.04.2012

Along the way leading from super touristic Fortaleza leads to Jericoacoara, the landscape soon becomes wild. Long, untamed beaches where the fishing boats are lying, small fisherman villages where one can breathe the real Brazil, with its simple and welcoming people. Cearà and Maranhão are two fascinating states in Northern Brazil, off from the usual itineraries and therefore...