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This Guy Who's Been Living In A Sand Castle For The Past 22 Years Is The Hero We Need Right Now - Brobible

For the past 22 years, King Marcio Mizael Matolias has lived in a sand castle on the beach of Barra da Tijuca in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 22 more words

Culture

Rio EnCantos Tours Brazil

This afternoon I visited the offices of Rio EnCantos and felt inspired to write a short piece featuring their approach to developing community driven and ecological sensitive tours across Rio de Janeiro. 387 more words

Tourism

Tim Vickery’s Notes from South America: State championships at the heart of Brazil’s problems

“Fluminense against Botafogo is known as ‘the grand-dad classic’. The Rio clash has been played since 1905, making it the oldest of Brazil’s big derby games. 65 more words

Brazil

Stories of empire

Coincidentally, the first two novels I read in 2018 were both tales of empire, though from quite different perspectives. One was the Portuguese empire as seen through the prism of science fiction, in… 437 more words

Writing

Brazil

As well as Brazil being a great country for adventure and seeing the sites, Brazil has some great sanctuaries for luxury stays. After visiting famous Christ The Redeemer and chilled on Copacabana Beach, head over to the resort of Praia Do Forte to relax in one of the most beautiful areas. 320 more words

Street Art

A collection of Street Art from Wynwood, Foz do Iguaçu, San Francisco and Asunción.

Brazilian Coffee's Innovations

Given that Brazil has one of the most developed economies and coffee sectors throughout all of the coffee producing origins, its coffee producers and exporters are relatively “wealthy” in terms of resources and knowledge, placing them ahead of the curve when it comes to having the capacity to innovate in coffee production. 924 more words

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