Regis St. Louis in Brazil travel blog

Regis St. Louis in Brazil

Regis travel blog
Gray snow piles and pools of mushy grit still hugged the New York City streets as author Regis St. Louis set off for the welcome heat (and beaches) of southern Brazil. One of a dozen authors currently on the road researching Lonely Planet's South America on a Shoestring guide, Regis returns to one of the world's most alluring destinations for a bit of revelry (starting with Carnaval), wildlife watching (destination: the Pantanal), and history lessons (Ouro Preto), while tracking down the best of both the new and the classic in Rio and southern Brazil.

Regis has contributed to numerous guides for Lonely Planet, including LP's Brazil and Rio de Janeiro.

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Extremes and grandness
Carnaval - Only 361...
Sao Paulo Blues
Goodbye Meat, Hello Samba
The Paulistanos -...
The Paulistanos - A...
Carioca da Gema
Carioca da Gema - Part II
Bonito - land of...
Journey into the Pantanal
Journey into the...
Iguacu Waterfalls - or...
Iguacu Waterfalls - or...
Sailing in Santa Catarina
Memories of Brazil
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