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Apr 7, 2020 - O que fazer na praia da Enseada em Guaruja

Se você está planejando visitar o Guarujá, provavelmente ouviu falar da praia da enseada, ou até mesmo pretende se hospedar nela, afinal além de ser a praia mais extensa da região é também a que possui mais opções de hotéis, pousadas, hostels, aluguel por temporada, restaurantes e atrativos turísticos. Neste artigo vamos trazer algumas dicas sobre o que fazer na praia da Enseada em Guarujá, então prepare o seu roteiro… Aquário do Guarujá – Acquamundo O Aquário do Guarujá é sem dúvidas uma ótima opção de passeio na praia da Enseada,...

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Aug 15, 2019 - 4 lugares para conhecer no litoral e Sao Paulo Brasil

O litoral de São Paulo conta com lugares incríveis e praias paradisíacas. Neste artigo vou compartilhar com vocês 4 lugares que conheci e que vale e muito a pena uma visita. Guarujá, está localizado no litoral sul paulista, fazendo parte da baixada Santista que compõem as regiões de Santos, São Vicente, Praia Grande, entre outros... A região de Guarujá conta com 27 praias com excelente balneabilidade, considerada internacionalmente como "Pérola do Atlântico", atrai inúmeros turistas da Capital Paulista e interior de São Paulo. Além das...

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Mar 25, 2019 - Exibindo o Litoral Norte de São Paulo

Há pouco tempo tivemos a felicidade o prazer de contemplar as beldades do Litoral da Capital Paulista. Vamos descrever para vocês o que visitamos e alguns passeios e praias extraordinárias que sem dúvidas você deveria conhecer. O litoral norte paulista é um destino incrível e de uma natureza extraordinária, a região conta com mais de 100 praias e ilhas lindas, inclusive as cachoeiras onde é bem impossível passear por toda a beleza da cidade apenas com uma viagem. tivemos a satisfação de poder visitar a região por quatro dias dias nesta...

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De viagem pelo Mundo

Jun 14, 2015 - Rotary Convention at São Paulo, Brazil

Foz de Iguacu I don't recall if I wrote last time about the fantastic, amazing water falls at Iguacu/Iguazu (Brazil side/Argentina side). Both sides are a tremendous experience. They are certainly worthy of being a wonder of the world. Similar to the Grand Canyon and Machu Pichu, they require a long trip to arrive, and when you leave, you realize you really need much more time to experience them in depth. While in Foz de Iguacu, the city on the Brazilian side, I happened upon a street sale of Sunday vendors and encountered local Rotarians...

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Going Down the Road

Aug 10, 2014 - Ribeirao Preto

I love going to places that I would never have heard of if I didn't have a work reason to go there. Also had a "Penguin" adventure to a downtown bar to satisfy Sarah's Penguin obsession. The beer was great, the food was average to poor and the location was a bi scary but we survived.

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Jan 18, 2014 - Over and out…..

So we had a lovely relaxing day our last day in Rio – we spent the morning on the beach, where Toby spent all of his time in the waves and made some friends (not that they spoke the same language!), I manged to start shopping on the beach! We walked around town abit trying to do a bit more shopping – Toby desperately looking for a yo-yo, but we just ended up with some havaianas and then after lunch a new handbag for me, much to the disgust of my family. Mick then headed off to try and find a specifc bottle of wine and I walked back along...

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Mar 29, 2013 - Sao Paulo

Hola. We arrived in Sao Paulo at 8.30 a.m. Gord made arrangements to go to the metro station 1 1/2 hours away. A nice lady on the bus suggested we take a taxi from there and showed us where to catch a cab. We showed the address of our hostel to the cabbies and no one knew where it was. They got out a 4 inch directory and Gord asked if they had GPS. They said, "But of course!" And Gord asked why they didn't use it. So our bags were loaded and the GPS was retrieved from the glove box. We were off down the freeway following directions for an...

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Feb 9, 2013 - Ilhabela

Ilhabela is one of Brazil's largest coastal islands, a short distance from Sao Sebastiao. It has steeply rising volcanic peaks which are beautifully covered in dense tropical jungle. 85% of the Island is protected as a state park so the forests and gorgeous beaches are protected. I think the town now exists for tourism. It is a small town of 20,000 people swelled somewhat by 2 cruise ships being in town. We were off the ship bright and early and wandered off to the beach as did all the other cruisers. It was very busy at the beaches within...

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Amazon Cruise 2013

Sep 10, 2012 - São Paulo, en visite chez Paulo

Nous arrivons maintenant à São Paulo, pour rendre visite à Paulo, que j'avais rencontré pendant mon stage en Allemagne en 2006. Avec ses 19 mio d'habitants en comptant la périphérie, c'est la plus grande ville d'Amérique Latine et le centre économique et culturel du Brésil. En tout cas, c'est une ville super impressionnante et bien trop grande pour nous. On avait bien du mal à s'y repérer. Même Paulo, alors qu´il y habite maintenant depuis plus de 5 ans n'a toujours pas très bien compris comment elle fonctionne et ne connait pas encore tous...

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Jul 29, 2012 - Brief reflections on China and Brazil

My experience in Brazil was very different from that in China, to say the least. Both were very valuable experiences and I would not trade them for anything. I can confidently say that I enjoyed Brazil exponentially more than I did China, however the cultural experience that I acquired in China is something that I will highly value and is important for me both now and in the future. I’ve always said I love traveling and international experiences, and every time I am about to take a trip, I almost get a little nervous that this could be the...

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Jul 28, 2012 - Goodbye Brazil, Hello Argentina

Yesterday we finished our 20-page group paper and presentation, which marks the end of my summer studies. With the traveling interspersed, the newness of locations (and the exasperation at times of being in one place so long), and the constant challenges and new experiences, right now definitely cannot be related to the feeling of having just finished a semester worth’s of classes at school. I can confidently say that I learned just as much outside of the classroom this summer as I did inside: about cultures, about people, about myself ,...

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Jul 23, 2012 - My Last Weekend in Sao Paulo

My last weekend in Brazil is now over, and I am headed into my last week in Brazil. On Saturday I met up with cousins of a good family friend (from the States) who lives here in Sao Paulo which produced a great afternoon with wonderful views of the city while driving as well as a wonderful experience spending time with Brazilians and getting a sense of their life here. We also visited Ipiranga Park, Sao Paulo’s independence park of sorts. It was so so beautiful, very European looking (see photos) and reminded me of La Plaza de España in...

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