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São Paulo is the largest city in Brazil and the third largest in the world. It may not be the most beautiful city you will ever come across but it certainly is very diverse.  It is an economic powerhouse helping Brazil to grow to the......

Queenstown is a very scenic place. It’s surrounded by mountains, an amazing lake all in one small area where you can literally walk around without needing any type of transport besides your legs. Queenstown has lots to do all year round from the snow in......

I was lucky enough to be able to attend to both Río De Janeiro Carnival and Salvador Carnival in 2016. A lot of people always ask the question ‘Which one should I go to?’ Straight up they are both different and have their pro’s and......

One of the traditional festivals I went to while visiting Salvador Brazil was Rio Vermelho’s Iemanja Festival. This festival was bought by African slaves in the 16th century.  It is a festival about the queen of the sea. It happens every year on February 2nd......