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The History and People of Sao Paulo

Jan 23, 11 The History and People of Sao Paulo

Posted by in history, Sao Paulo

As thousands of Italian immigrants were arriving in São Paulo to work in the coffee trade (mostly as a labor class), nobody imagined that they would change the face of the city to such a degree. But that’s not all; they also changed the face of the typical Paulista. It’s now a challenge to find a native Paulista who is not...

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Brazilian Secrets for Toning Your Ass (Brazilian Bunda Secrets)

Jan 20, 11 Brazilian Secrets for Toning Your Ass (Brazilian Bunda Secrets)

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Brazilians are known the world over for having the world’s best butts and until now, it’s been a secret as to exactly how they accomplish this. This article will reveal the secret to Brazil’s beautiful backside. To have an ass like a Brazilian, you must… Ride to work on the bus every day. At least 2 days...

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Brazil’s Best Surfing, A Quick View

Jan 15, 11 Brazil’s Best Surfing, A Quick View

Posted by in beaches, Excursions, sports

Not only is surfing one of the most popular sports in Brazil, but also the surfer is given a kind of status among beach goers. More than a few of Brazil’s most popular beach villages and vacation spots were first discovered by surfers between 1970 and 1990. It almost seems that wherever surfers congregate, others will eventually...

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Rio de Janeiro: Tours & Excursions

Jan 13, 11 Rio de Janeiro: Tours & Excursions

Posted by in Excursions, Rio

Helicopter Tours You can pick up a helicopter tour of the city at the Heliport on Urca Mountain (the first stage of the gondola to Pão de Açúcar). A short trip of about ten minutes (R$200–300) takes a quick spin around Pão de Açúcar, the Cristo monument and Copacabana. Longer trips take you all the way up or down the...

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Sao Paulo to Rio Via the Coast: Rio-Santos Excursion

Jan 13, 11 Sao Paulo to Rio Via the Coast: Rio-Santos Excursion

Posted by in beaches, Excursions, Sao Paulo Coast

It may seem ironic that between Brazil’s two largest and most industrial cities is a coastline of unparalleled beauty and variety with some of Brazil’s finest beaches. Spanning the 429 kilometers of coastline are beaches and tropical islands, both urbanized and semi-deserted. Some areas are practically unknown and...

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Salgados: The Brazilian Pastel

Jan 13, 11 Salgados: The Brazilian Pastel

Posted by in Blog, food, snacks

Throw Another Pastel in the Oil for Me No matter where you go in Brazil, you’ll probably encounter the ubiquitous Brazilian Pastel. Any small sidewalk food stand will have a deep fryer with these little square pastries puffing up in the hot oil. They’re usually sold four or five at a time with a cup of juice or soda for a...

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Brazilian Carnaval (Carnival): Not Only in Rio de Janeiro

Jan 09, 11 Brazilian Carnaval (Carnival): Not Only in Rio de Janeiro

Posted by in Blog, carnaval, Excursions

Carnaval in Salvador, Florianopolis and Rio Most people think of either Rio de Janeiro or Salvador for Carnaval festivities. Indeed, these two cities host two of Brazil’s most all-out, over-the-top Carnaval celebrations. But to complete the list, you’d have to add the Carnavals of Recife/Olinda, and Florianópolis. By far the...

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Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro: A Beginner’s Guide

Jan 09, 11 Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro: A Beginner’s Guide

Posted by in carnaval, Excursions, Rio, Where to Go

If you asked people all over the world to name three things related to Brazil, about 98% would have Carnaval in their list. The biggest party in the world, Carnaval continues to draw international crowds to the many festivities across the country. Most people want to come to the Mecca itself…to the party of parties…to Rio de...

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Maceio: Planning Your Time

Jan 09, 11 Maceio: Planning Your Time

Posted by in alagoas, Where to Go

If you add up all the factors that make a great coastal region in the Northeast of Brazil–things like clarity of the water, variety of beaches, nightlife options, charm, safety, quality and variety of food, and so on–Maceió may very well come out in the top position. Surprised? Most travelers are when they see what the...

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Tips for Snorkeling in the Parrachos of Northern Brazil

Jan 04, 11 Tips for Snorkeling in the Parrachos of Northern Brazil

Posted by in beaches, Blog, Excursions, sports

Parrachos are clusters of rocks in the ocean, usually found in shallow, sandy areas. They are rich in sea life and perfect for fishing and snorkeling. Brazilians also call these formations piscinas naturais, or natural pools, because the rock formations leave large pools between them. The pools usually have soft, sandy bottoms....

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