Brazil..No Visa..Score!! February 3rd 2012 Well Gang..
I had a chance to go see brazil...no visa required, so we made a day of it. Myself, Mariana and Angelo went to get something to eat and also get Marianas stamp into Brazil for the next day. The Border is what they call a "Open" border where anyone can go in or out of either Colombia or Brazil freely. ... read more
South America » Brazil » Amazonas » Tabatinga 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
I'm a wanderer of this amazing earth discovering the bounties it holds. I've been around the world, not as many as some, but more than others and enjoying my life. Well, it's been quite a journey this past year it started going from Vietnam to LA for a week August 2015 to visit a friend to the greatest city in Mexico, Oaxaca where I got the opportunity to see Monte Albon and the AMAZING (let me say again) AMAZING food then a bus ride from Tapachula, Mexico to Panama City (3days) to stay with one of my great friends for a week, then from Carti a multi day trip through the islands of San Blas on... full info