Today was a day of surprises. I woke up with plans to go visit the Itaipu dam on the recommendation of a girl I met on the bus yesterday (she was heading home from work and I was heading to my hotel from the Argentinean side of the Falls). Her name is Dani and she’s […]
Today I took a cab to Argentina for $35. Had my passport stamped and was dropped off at the visitors center. The Iguazu Falls visitor’s center in Argentina is totally different than the Brazilian side. In Argentina, there are lots of walking paths to go explore and even a train to take you around. It […]
I’m enjoying a culinary meal that I wish I could share with you directly through my blog but unfortunatly my words will have to suffice. I’m at the 28 year old restaurant, Beijupirá in Porto de Galinhas.
Beijupirá has the distinction of being the most expensive restaurant in Porto de Galinhas, but it’s not expensive by […]
Olinda is a historical city just North of Recife. O’Linda directly translated from Portuguese means, “Oh, Beautiful” describing the cities location on the Atlantic Ocean’s coastline. It has also been awared the title of a, “World Heritage Site” by UNESCO for being a place of cultural and physical significance.
I jumped on a bus in Recife […]
So today I got up, ate breakfast and jumped into a cab. First stop, Marco Zero which is the point the Portuguese settlers first landed in the 1500’s. From there I took a self guided walking trip through the streets past many of the historical buildings of Recife and stepped into the oldest church in […]