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Brazil Tag

I usually like to leave a good amount of improvisation in my travels, but when I eventually decided to visit Brazil I soon found out that an accurate planning was more than an option. It was a necessity.[caption id="attachment_5528" align="alignnone" width="597"] Sunset in Fernando de...

[caption id="attachment_5314" align="aligncenter" width="587"] A Girl in Salvador de Bahia[/caption] I can't imagine traveling being a full experience without watching local people and possibly getting in touch with them.Besides the colorful streets, people are part of Salvador de Bahia magic. As this beautiful girl leaning at...

With its white sand dunes and the natural blue and green lagoons, the Parque Nacional dos Lençóis Maranhenses (in the State of Maranhao, Northeastern Brazil) was one of the places I was most anxious to visit during my wild journey in Brazil.[caption id="attachment_5112" align="aligncenter" width="597"] Parque...

Cearà homes wild and untamed beaches, fishermen and local life. There's no glamour. Only the real spirit of Brazil In the collective imaginary, sea and beaches are mostly evoking white sand,  crystal clear water and palms.  I don't deny being under a spell when thinking at...

No matter the country, language, religion or traditions, lots of people have something in common: they all feel citizens of the world. 'Borders' are first of all in our minds.When I think of “Beyond Borders” I imagine travel experiences when we are able to pass through...

Baìa do Sancho is one of the most beautiful beaches in Fernando de Noronha, the amazing island over 500 km away from the Brazilian coast.The view from the top of the cliff is awesome, especially at sunset. The beach is accessible by boat or from the top...

 [caption id="attachment_1575" align="aligncenter" width="605"] Street Art in Olinda, Brazil.[/caption]If I was to describe Olinda (which, in Portuguese, means 'oh, how nice!'), an awesome little city near Recife, in Brazil, I would say: colorful.Pink, blue, yellow, red, green and a small street where the houses display a...