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Day 41 – Miami

Welcome to Miami!! After an uncomfortable night flight I arrived bright and early this morning in Miami. Wearing three layers, jeans and thermal socks, I was immediately hit by the rise in temperature, around 32 degrees at 8am, I was … Continue reading

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Day 11 – Iguassu/Paraguay

Today is mostly a travel day but we did manage to fit in a quick trip across the border to Paraguay for a spot of shopping. And quick it was as the traffic around immigration was horrific so we were … Continue reading

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Day 10 – Iguassu Falls

After yesterday’s visit to the Brazil side of the falls, today we hopped over the border to visit the larger Argentinian side of the falls. In the morning we took the upper trail walking around the top of the falls … Continue reading

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Day 9 – Iguassu Falls

Today was mostly a travel day, it was a very early start this morning as we got on the coach at 6am for the 5 hour journey to São Paulo airport. I managed to get a little sleep the coach … Continue reading

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Day 8 – Paraty

Wow, what a day it’s been! This morning I headed out into Paraty to explore a little more and do a little shopping including some bespoke Havianas! I love them!! But today was all about our Caipriniha boat tour/party! We … Continue reading

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Day 7 – Ihla Grande/Paraty

We caught the early schooner to Angra this morning as we left the Island and started our journey to Paraty. It was such a beautiful morning and we timed it just right to watch the sunrise over the mountains. The … Continue reading

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Day 6 – Ihla Grande

Today wasn’t my most successful do far! After maybe a little much samba and one too many caipirinhas lady night, we got up early to do a three hour trek to Lopes Mendes, a beach on the other side of … Continue reading

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