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  • It rained all dayI had a leisurely breakfast in the morning, two cheese sandwiches, fruit and a lot of cafe com elite. The hotel owner even drove me to the ferry when I told him I would walk there. I beat the giant Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 24, 2016
  • The terrible terrible dayAll night, there was some crazy party, including my immediate neighbours, who were having sex so violently, the fan on my wall threatened to fall right off its shelf. They brought the bongos and guitars and starting singing "blahblah Ilha Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 25, 2016
  • The long sad ride homeI woke up too early for the ferry, but the workers let me come with them, so I enjoyed an empty repositioning cruise for about 20 minutes. Somehow, I made it to the bus station, but I was two hours Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 26, 2016
  • ExplosionMy wonderful students drove me to Ponta Grossa again after our 6 p.m. class. They even drove out of their way to take me to the bus station, so I could buy a ticket leaving at 8:10 p.m. I got Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 31, 2016
  • Mostly art galleriesThis morning, I attempted to venture out of Carambei for the day. Andrew told me that I'd have to go to Ponta Grossa first, if I wanted to go anywhere. So, I found the bus for Ponta Grossa and hopped Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Feb 2, 2016
  • The most Brazilian day everIt took two hours to just find the bus that takes me to Ponta Grossa. In Carambei, there are three possible places to catch it. I started at the stop by my house, since it was right beside the bank. Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Feb 5, 2016
  • The busWhen the bus finally came, I sprawled out across two seats, reclined in the extreme and didn~t wake up until lunch. There was some squash that tasted like candy at the pay by the weight cafeteria. I could not even Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Feb 6, 2016
  • I think I am getting oldThe hotel owner told me the night before that I could pay him in the morning, since I did not have any cash on me the night before (WOW). So, I tried my luck at the Caixa Bank, but nope, Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Feb 7, 2016
  • Rainy lazy dayI went to find out if the museums in Sao Borja were open today, and of course, they were not. I bought some chocolate, coconut water, a watermelon and beers to restock Miguels fridge. When I came back it started Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Feb 8, 2016
  • Sao Miguel and randomly couchsurfing in BageBreakfast was amazing! The jams were fresh and the pao con queijo was so soft and fluffy. Fresh papaya and melons, oh my. I went to the mission right afterwards and spent a while wandering therein, pretending to be a Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Feb 9, 2016
  • On the hunt for gauchosI wanted to see some gauchos because I was in cowboy country, but Wanderson said they were all on vacation, or it was too hot to work this week. So, we went grocery shopping and made a picnic to take Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Feb 10, 2016
  • I got robbedWhen I woke up there were two men sleeping in my dorm room. OK, it's co-ed I guess, interesting that no one told me. I went to have breakfast and the only person to try to speak English to me Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Feb 12, 2016
  • 9: South America- Rio de Janeiro, BrazilMy Rio adventure. It is August 8, 2017 and today I left Peru to go to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. My flight with Avianca airlines left at 9:30 pm from Peru, Lima airport (LIM). I arrived from the Galeão Posted by NicolleDC in Nicolle's Trips | May 29, 2017
  • Part 3 of 3: Modernistic Brasilia & Historical Salvador ==Day 12: Brasilia== We departed Belo Horizonte and flew to Brasilia. Built to be the new capital of the country, Brasilia is a planned city seat of Brazilian Government. Brasili Posted by janejoe in Brazil - The South | Apr 29, 2017
  • Part 2 of 3: Colonial Cities Steeped in the History of Gold ==Day 7: Petropolis== We departed Rio de Janeiro and traveled by car to Petropolis, visited the sights in Petropolis and spent the night and next morning there. While in Petrópolis Posted by janejoe in Brazil - The South | Apr 29, 2017
  • Part 1 of 3: Sao Paolo & Rio de Janeiro==Our Itinerary== We spent 15 days in southern Brazil, arriving in Sao Paulo. We then flew to Rio de Janeiro, travelled by car from Rio to Belo Horizonte (via Petropolis, Ouro Preto, Tiradentes), flew to Brasilia, and then onward to Posted by janejoe in Brazil - The South | Apr 28, 2017
  • Rio, Rio, Rio!Jag var lite orolig att jag inte skulle tycka att Jesus-statyn var så ball som jag kom ihåg den, men Jesus levererade återigen. Inte för att man direkt går i kyrkan varje söndag, men denna utsmyckning av staden Rio är Posted by Stefan Hök in Hok Family Trip | Mar 31, 2017
  • March 30 - SANTARÉM, BRAZIL Another intricate design on one of God’s amazing creatures As soon as we d Posted by Swenigale in Serenity 8 | Mar 30, 2017
  • March 29 - BOCA DE VALERIA, BRAZIL The water level is higher than when we were here four years ago. There is very little "beach front" in the small village of 75 people. Water is good for boats, though Posted by Swenigale in Serenity 8 | Mar 29, 2017
  • March 28 - MANAUS, BRAZIL (Day 2) We are tied up at a floating dock within view of the bridge over the Rio Negre. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/92262/E239B234FA6B8717E679F8E36DB2F1 Posted by Swenigale in Serenity 8 | Mar 28, 2017
  • Chapter 11-Brazil 2 - The Amazon, Deforestation, & Climate I reckon that, if you want to get a real perspective on a country or continent, then it is best to travel by land. This is absolutely true when considering the mighty Amazon and the Amazon basin. The statistics Posted by capetocape2017 in Cape to Cape 2017. By Land. Mostly | Mar 27, 2017
  • March 27 - MANAUS, BRAZIL (Day 1) We've sailed 1000 miles up the Amazon river. It flows through the region of Amazonia, which is about two thirds the size of the continental United States. [img=ht Posted by Swenigale in Serenity 8 | Mar 27, 2017
  • March 26 - PARINTINS, BRAZIL Welcome to the Amazon, where moths are REALLY big.. ...and travel is by ri Posted by Swenigale in Serenity 8 | Mar 26, 2017
  • March 25 - ALTER DO CHÃO, BRAZIL Come ashore! We are at our first stop on the Amazon River and we have crossed and re-crossed the Equator and presently we are still south of the Equator. [img=htt Posted by Swenigale in Serenity 8 | Mar 25, 2017
  • March 22 - FORTALEZA, BRAZIL As we make our early morning arrival rain clouds are hanging over the sea. The weather on this whole cruise has been practically perfect, so what’s a little rain? Posted by Swenigale in Serenity 8 | Mar 22, 2017
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