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  • Tag 06Unsere Reise beginnen wir mit einem Seetag. Ist ganz gut, denn wir hatten noch nicht genügend Zeit, dass Schiff zu erkunden. Vorerst aber haben wir den südlichen Wendekreis überschritten. Dieser ist der südlichste Breitenkreis, an dem die Mittagssonne ger Posted by fegoeskaphorn in FE goes Kap Hoorn | Nov 2, 2017
  • Tag 05Wir konnten etwas länger schlafen, da wir erst um die Mittagszeit abgeholt werden würden. Beim Frühstück hatten wir schon einige Gäste entdeckt, die auch die Kreuzfahrt auf der MS Zaandam gebucht hatten. Leicht erkennbar waren diese an ihren Kofferanhänge Posted by fegoeskaphorn in FE goes Kap Hoorn | Nov 1, 2017
  • Tag 04Margret hat ihr „Traumland“ gefunden. Sie schläft auf ihrem Polster so gut, dass wir bereits an der Rezeption deponiert haben, dass wir ihn mitnehmen. Ich muss aber auch ehrlich zugeben, dass man in einem Hotel selten ein so gutes Bett Posted by fegoeskaphorn in FE goes Kap Hoorn | Oct 31, 2017
  • Tag 03Die Rast tat uns gut. Wir schliefen durch, wie Murmeltier beim Winterschlaf. Natürlich erwachten wir viel zu früh, denn unser Rhythmus war noch auf europäische Zeit programmiert. Wir wollten es jedoch beibehalten, früh aufzustehen. In Rio kann es um diese Posted by fegoeskaphorn in FE goes Kap Hoorn | Oct 30, 2017
  • Tag 02Der Flug war sehr ruhig gewesen. Zum Frühstück um 5:00 Uhr gab es Rührei mit Spinat und Käse. Eine Semmel mit Fruchtaufstrich, weil Marmelade darf man anscheinend nicht mehr sagen, gehörte auch dazu. Über Spanien, Marokko, Mauretanien und quer über Posted by fegoeskaphorn in FE goes Kap Hoorn | Oct 29, 2017
  • Always get an Excutivo bus! Day 8Today we head to Sao Paolo to stay a night with our friend Marcio's family! As advised in our (much loved) lonely planet guide we have booked an Executivo type bus, basically this means you get a more comfortable journey! Posted by andyandelaine in New shoes... | Sep 21, 2017
  • Cobble hopping and rock slides! Day 7We head out to properly explore this old town, with all these definitely time for a Elaine to get her merrels on ☺️ (much to Andy's distress)! [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/9 Posted by andyandelaine in New shoes... | Sep 20, 2017
  • Paradise to Paraty! Day 6We wanted to make the most of our last morning on this beautiful island, so we headed out early and walked along to one of the closer beaches: Praia do Abraaozinho, about 15mins walk away! Stunning views and a super Posted by andyandelaine in New shoes... | Sep 19, 2017
  • Paradise found!! Day 5Today we decided to hike to Lopes Mendes, said to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world! You can get a boat but we decided that the hike through the jungle would be fun and save a Posted by andyandelaine in New shoes... | Sep 18, 2017
  • Heading South! Day 4So we pack up and wait for our pick up from Easy transfer, we looked into other options but this seemed the simplest and most cost effective. The min-bus picked us up and took us to Angra Dos Reis where Posted by andyandelaine in New shoes... | Sep 17, 2017
  • Exploring Rio! Day 3Up and all set to conquer Chirst the Redeemer today! In our "active wear" we walk to Parque Lage, about a 45mins and as advised in our lonely planet guide we look for a guard to ask where the trail Posted by andyandelaine in New shoes... | Sep 16, 2017
  • Rio baby!!! Day 2After a really good night sleep we got up and had a great breakfast, Brazilian bread (rolls) are awesome! Off we went to start o Posted by andyandelaine in New shoes... | Sep 15, 2017
  • London to Rio de Janeiro - Day 1Early start, flight to Lisbon and then 9.5 hr flight to Rio de Janeiro! Managed to work out what bus to get to Botafogo (where our hostel is) and find the bus stop!! Yay our bus is there! A very Posted by andyandelaine in New shoes... | Sep 14, 2017
  • RudeToday, Salvador was hot. Really hot. Burst your eyeballs and make the resulting puddle of ocular fluid evaporate kind of hot. Especially out in the sun, waiting to take the Elevador Lacerda down to Mercado Modelo, Salvador's Posted by vagabondvoyager in Brazil: Lifestyles of the Bored and Aimless | Jan 9, 2011
  • CombustionFree the turtles!!! That was the mantra for today, as we were heading out to Praia do Forte, home of a turtle sanctuary. Poor little turtles in captivity - somebody needed to rescue them! The fact that Posted by vagabondvoyager in Brazil: Lifestyles of the Bored and Aimless | Jan 10, 2011
  • Family TiesOne of the things that makes Brazil so great is the multiculturalism - so many ethnicities are represented here, but the interesting thing is that first and foremost, people here are Brazilian first, and whatever their ethnic origin might be Posted by vagabondvoyager in Brazil: Lifestyles of the Bored and Aimless | Jan 11, 2011
  • Yes Man23,000 km - a helluva of a long distance, about 8,000 km more than I have traveled so far on this trip, and just over half the circumference of the Earth, which is about 40,000 km. So what exactly Posted by vagabondvoyager in Brazil: Lifestyles of the Bored and Aimless | Jan 4, 2011
  • Ayrton SennaAyrton Senna - Brazil's most famous race car driver and considered by many to be the best Formula One driver ever, a three-time champion who tragically died while leading the 1994 Italian Grand Prix. What does he have to Posted by vagabondvoyager in Brazil: Lifestyles of the Bored and Aimless | Jan 5, 2011
  • Brazilian Standard TimePorto de Galinhas - a small little fishing village that has rapidly expanded into a bustling resort, with a beach that is considered by many Brazilians to be the best in their country. A perfect spot for a day Posted by vagabondvoyager in Brazil: Lifestyles of the Bored and Aimless | Jan 6, 2011
  • Want Some Head?Today I lived out the fantasy of every man who visits Brazil - a Brazilian girl asked me if I wanted some head. I didn't quite understand at first, and it took quite some to explain it to me, Posted by vagabondvoyager in Brazil: Lifestyles of the Bored and Aimless | Jan 7, 2011
  • 1000 Calorie BombFor a country with so many beaches and such warm weather, the past three and a half weeks have been relatively devoid of time spent lounging around, sunning, and swimming. Today was likely the last chance to get in Posted by vagabondvoyager in Brazil: Lifestyles of the Bored and Aimless | Jan 8, 2011
  • ReveillonReveillon - the name of the massive Brazilian celebrations that take place each New Year's Eve. The biggest party in the country will be in Rio, but the second largest takes place in Fortaleza, with an estimated 2 million Posted by vagabondvoyager in Brazil: Lifestyles of the Bored and Aimless | Dec 30, 2010
  • Million Dollar WatchRolex, Movado, Omega - some of the most exclusive and expensive brands of watches in the world. For most, they simply aren't affordable, so I've rarely seen a person wear one, since I don't travel in the orbit of Posted by vagabondvoyager in Brazil: Lifestyles of the Bored and Aimless | Dec 31, 2010
  • My Puerto Rican MotherI have a Puerto Rican mother - at least according to Caritas. I've somehow been adopted by Sheylla and Raphael, with them taking me out for Reveillon, and today taking me to the little beach town of Prainha. Posted by vagabondvoyager in Brazil: Lifestyles of the Bored and Aimless | Jan 1, 2011
  • The Chinese StereotypeI've had some interesting discussions the past few days about the Chinese stereotype amongst South Americans, with some of them being - surprise - a lot like the stereotypes from Canada! The first was that all of us are Posted by vagabondvoyager in Brazil: Lifestyles of the Bored and Aimless | Jan 2, 2011
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