Brazil Travel Stories

Arriving in Jericoacoara, a fishing-turned-tourist village nestled in the dunes of a national park on Brazil's northeast coast, is like coming upon an oasis after days of wandering the Sahara: People! Action! Cocktails! Retail! I haven't been roaming the desert for days, just bouncing for 30 minu...
GOING OUR WAY: Honeymooners think Brazil sounds good (Post, April 25, 2010)
From lotus pose to hanging 10: Yoga isn't the only way to seek enlightenment on a Brazilian retreat (Post, December 6, 2009)
The Great Escape: Once Mainly a Prison, a Brazilian Island Now Offers Visitors an Unpaved Paradise (Post, May 10, 2009)
Hot Spot: On a heat-seeking mission to the Brazilian Amazon, a steamy city and jungle adventure don't disappoint. (Post, December 28, 2008)
The Girl From Ipanema: A Cruise to the Muse: Hints From Heloisa: Make the Best of Obscurity, and Pose for Playboy Occasionally (Post, January 20, 2008)
PAN AMERICAN GAMES 101: Rio Gets an Early Start on Olympic Events (Post, June 24, 2007)
The Believers: Brasilia is marked by otherworldly architecture, vast silences and the sweeping pride of its citizens. Could he, as an outsider, make the connection? (Post, September 18, 2005)
The Beat Goes On and On: Drumming and Dancing from Rio to Salvador Da Bahia (Post, November 23, 2003)
Reality Rio: Favela Tours Help Travelers Bridge the Class Divide (Post, March 30, 2003)
travel q&A: Staying Safe in Rio (Post, December 19, 2004)
The Beat of Bahia: To get to the heart of Brazil's exotic city of Salvador; just follow the drums. (Post, July 2, 2000)

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