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Mexico>Brazil, via everywhere!
6 years after our original travels to Australasia & Asia, Dom and I have decided to step it up a gear, escape the commute to hell (aka Croydon), ditch the nice clothes and material things to do the Gringo Trail through Central and South America. Follow our progress here, we will try to update as much as poss! More photos will be added to facebook than here so check that regularly...
My latest 5 diary entries

8th Jan 2010 - 1st Feb 2010
Fortaleza to Sao Luis, Brazil
All we knew of Fortaleza before arriving was that it was Brazil’s 5th largest city, and usually full of Italian tourists who had managed to take over and turn locals very cynical of foreigners in the process....
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13th Dec 2009 - 7th Jan 2010
Lencois to Natal, Brazil
The expression ‘life’s a beach’ may well be clichéd and overused in other sorry parts of the world, but in Brazil it’s the most appropriate maxim you could get. Their 7941km of sands ...
1053 Words | 148 ReadsRead moreRead more

13th Nov 2009 - 9th Dec 2009
Trancoso to Salvador, Brazil
Stepping off the bus in Bahia into an instant sauna felt like arriving in a completely different country and we half expected to pass through border control again. Whereas Rio state feels like the sultry soul of Bra...
964 Words | 565 ReadsRead moreRead more

22nd Sep 2009 - 12th Nov 2009
Ouro Preto to Buzios, Brazil
Dragging ourselves away from the beaches by what's left of our hair, we took a winding, stomach-testing bus to the wealthiest and grandest of all the gold towns in the Minas Gerais region, Ouro Preto. With an und...
1068 Words | 371 ReadsRead moreRead more

27th Aug 2009 - 21st Sep 2009
Iguacu to Rio, Brazil
You can hear the fierce roar of cascading water before you even catch sight of the mighty Iguacu falls, the excitement of which turns you into a kid again as you almost start running to approach them. After Iguacu,...
1382 Words | 115 ReadsRead moreRead more

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