Brilliant Brazil October 8th 2010 Brazil
Foz do Iguazu
With a heavy heart we leave Juan, Suzanne and the gorgeous Panagea Ranch and head to Brazil & Foz de Iguazu and head to the Brazilian side of the Iguazu falls. At over 2km long, the falls are actually a series of cataracts. We took a helicopter ride up and over the falls to see them from the above, which was impressive but not as big as I’d imagined. Th ... read more
South America » Brazil Following three centuries under the rule of Portugal, Brazil became an independent nation in 1822. By far the largest and most populous country in South America, Brazil overcame more than half a century of military intervention in the governance of t... ... read more
Hey hey hey peeps.......welcome to my blog. My online diary to keep you all, my friends and family, up to date as I travel overland (mostly) to Australia and New Zealand. Read and wonder at the exploits of a 30-something (shut it you lot!!) small town country boy as he traverses the world, from one continent to another, adventure after adventure, hear of my exploits, the day to day challenges, the characters that I’ll meet, the countries that I’ll explore and conquer (proper Michael Palin me!) and hopefully laugh at whatever mess I will invariably get into. The Yoda outfit stays at home!
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