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Curitiba Parks & Private Parties

Voted as one of the best places to live in Latin America, Curitiba has developed into a city that has made others green with envy. Boasting a well-oiled transit system and more parks than 101 Dalmatians could cover, the city is as efficient as it is refreshing. Five days in Curitiba and it lifted and shifted my perception of Brazilian …

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Jericoacoara, Kitesurfing & My Own Private Beach Bungalow

Known for its giant rolling sand dunes and stellar kitesurfing conditions, Jericoacoara or “Jeri” as it’s known, is the coolest little beach town in Northeastern Brazil. It is a seven-hour journey from Fortaleza to Jericoacoara via public transportation (five hours in a private car), but as I mention in the video, that distance is par for the course when traveling …

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5 FREE OR ALMOST FREE WAYS TO TRAVEL

Want to see the world, but your wallet screams “No”? Don’t worry. There are some ways how to travel the world, see the most of it, experience all and still be in a budget! Sounds amazing? Yes! Everything is possible if you find a way and hold to it! If you still can’t find it, then you came to the …

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Bonito Brazil: Mother Nature’s Playground

When I asked Brazilian friends on places I should visit while traveling in southwestern Brazil, the overwhelming response was always Bonito. The small town of just over 17,000 people is tucked away in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul and is one of the most popular Brazilian tourist destinations in the region. Famous for its abundance of natural …

CREATURE COMFORTS FOR THE ROAD

Traveling is essentially all about packing light and leaving your valuables at home, stepping out of your comfort zone and experiencing new things. Nevertheless, being out on the road for a long time can leave even the most intrepid explorers yearning for the simplest of creature comforts. If you’re ready for adventure but a little reluctant to leave luxury behind, …