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Written by Ernest White, March 2013
When people think of Brazil ,
they don’t usually think of it as a family-friendly destination.
Sun-splashed adult playground is what initially comes to mind, but
throughout South America’s ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, September 2012
rail system was once extensive, built in the 1800s largely to
accommodate the coffee trade and enormous rural population. By the
middle of the 20th century, the drop in coffee prices, ...
There’s no bigger bash on Earth than Carnival in Brazil , and while Rio de Janeiro
might host the best-known celebration, cities in every corner of the
country party just as hard. Commemorating ...
Written by Viator, November 2012
Perched just north of Brazil’s tourist gateway of Natal, near where South America juts into the Atlantic at its easternmost point, the pristine sands of Maracajaú—dubbed the Brazilian ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, October 2012
When you really want to get away from it all, this island paradise in a remote corner of Bahia State awaits. The island is officially named Tinhare, but everyone calls it Morro (“Hill”) for the main ...
At the outset of the Google+ vs. Facebook wars of 2011, Brazil —South America’s economic powerhouse—was often held up as proof positive that Google would one day reign over all social media. The ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, July 2012
While the two biggest draws on Brazil ’s southern coast are also among South America’s biggest cities—wonderful Rio
and business-savvy Sao Paolo—travelers may find themselves eager to
The largest city on Brazil’s Northern Coast is Recife, so called for the coral reefs just offshore its almost equatorial islands and bays. Though the weather is warm and tropical all year, this ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, June 2012
gets all the international press, São Paulo is in many ways the heart
of all things Brazilian. Home to more than 20 million people, including
immigrants from all over the world, ...
Written by Ernest White, February 2013
Aside from being Brazil’s largest city and the country’s financial heavyweight, São Paulo is a vast metropolis full of exciting activities and events, award-winning restaurants, unbeatable ...
Written by Viator, October 2012
Rio de Janeiro, a city of incomparable natural beauty and incurably addictive culture, isn’t usually categorized as a one-night stand. In fact, once travelers have breathed in the intoxicating ...
Rio de Janeiro might be known more for its beautiful natural setting than for its artistic tradition, but that doesn’t mean the Marvelous City can’t serve up a mean art scene. From massive public ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, April 2012
Though Rio is one of Latin America’s largest cities, with some 6.3 million people in the city proper, and (in)famous for its security problems, it also happens to be outstandingly bicycle friendly. ...
It can be tough to leave the marvelous city, as its seemingly endless attractions—beaches, rainforests, nightlife, and so much more—conspire to keep the traveler here long past his or her plans. But, ...
Rio de Janiero, like most of Brazil, is riding a wave of economic prosperity that makes more developed nations sigh with envy. Last month, Brazil eclipsed the UK to become the world’s sixth largest ...
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