L.A. Hurls on N.Y.C. July 22nd 2010 After three days in Montevideo, Kayce and I took a cheap flight up to the concrete jungle of Sao Paulo, Brazil, where we met up with Sam and Derek, our friends from college who teach at a language school in Sao Paulo. During our two days there, we relaxed in the park, got introduced to the Afro-Brazilian dish feijoada, explored the massive urban market, and learned how to make Brazil's infamou ... read more
South America » Brazil » São Paulo » São Paulo 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
Teacher from Santa Cruz, CA who enjoys spending summers "medicating" an addiction to international travel.
Visited Costa Rica, Mexico, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Spain and France in 2006. Spent the summer of 2007 studying and backpacking in Peru, Bolivia and Argentina. Summer of 2010 was spent in Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil.
2012 was my first trip to the Eastern Hemisphere, touring through Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and Indonesia.
I created the blog a while back to communicate with other travelers as well as give friends and family... full info