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Travel to Brazil from Canada

Travel to Brazil from Canada


Soldiers from Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians), an armoured unit within 1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group based in Edmonton, Alberta will be participating in Exercise STEELE LEOPARDO 2016, from October 30 to November 12 in Brazil. During the Exercise, participants will be focusing on information and knowledge exchange with their counterparts from the Brazilian Army…


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Work and Travel Brazil

Work and Travel Brazil


Part of the fun of a gap year, especially a working holiday in Australia, is playing it by ear. The world is your oyster: go where you want to go, do what you want to do. However, you should be smart about it. If you were to, for example, bounce around to different cities, only working when you absolutely had to, then you wouldn t get the real experience of a working holiday…


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Brazil Travel Toronto

Brazil Travel Toronto


An Air Canada airplane. (Postmedia Network files) Topics MONTREAL - Air Canada has a new arrangement with Avianca Brasil that could ease travel to the South American country ahead of the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Starting on Monday, Air Canada passengers from across Canada will be able to check in only once and have their bags sent to the final destination in Brazil…


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Places to Travel in Brazil

Places to Travel in Brazil


Lençóis Maranhenses National Park in Brazil is one of the most spectacular landscapes I have ever seen; I could photograph it for days on end. Perfectly shaped white sand dunes filled with crystal-clear fresh water as far as the eye can see. It’s hard to believe—and almost seems out of this world—but this natural landscape is real and is waiting for you to visit. Lençóis Maranhenses…


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Brazil famous things

Brazil famous things


By September 7th is Brazilian Independence Day , and we’re in the mood to celebrate. This country is famous for its carnival, caipirinhas and sunshine, but we bet you didn’t know… A Brazilian invented flight Wht? Yeah, it’s true: Alberto Santos-Dumont is a national hero in Brazil, and considered the father of modern aviation – not the Wright Brothers. While the Wrights flew…


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Travelling to Brazil from USA

Travelling to Brazil from USA


If you are travelling to Brazil, whether it s for the games or for a holiday, there are some essential things that you need to know before you travel in order for your trip to be safe, economical and enjoyable. Check out these 9 must know travel tips Do not make the ‘ok’ hand gesture – it Brazil it’s the equivalent of sticking your middle finger up so will get you into a lot…


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Where to Travel in Brazil?

Where to Travel in Brazil?


At the time of writing, the local currency has devalued 100% against the USD, 50% against the AUD, and 200% against the GBP, which has resulted in cheaper hotel prices. It also means getting an absolute bargain in terms of day-to-day expenses once you’re on the ground – making it one of South America’s better value destinations. But just what are the dangers in Brazil? We send…


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Brazil Travel destinations

Brazil Travel destinations


We are pleased to present a new Solo Travel Destination Post from Jenny, a member of the Solo Travel Society on Facebook. Jenny lives in the United States, and submitted the following report about Chapada Diamantina, Brazil. Do you have a solo travel destination that you would like to recommend? Submit your description here, along with a few photos, and share it with fellow…


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Travel tips Brazil

Travel tips Brazil


More advice from readers Follow the crowd After spending six months travelling, I arrived in Rio feeling confident and independent. I wanted to do a city tour and, convinced that organised day tours were for holidaymakers and first-time travellers, decided to make my own way round the city from Christ the Redeemer to Sugarloaf Mountain. Big mistake. Taxis were pricey, took…


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Brazil Travel specialist

Brazil Travel specialist


Sabrina Bohcali is the founder and owner of Sabrina Brazil Travel and has more than 20 years of experience in the travel industry. She was born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil and received a Law degree from the University of São Paulo in 1985. She is fluent in English, Portuguese, Spanish, and French. Prior to entering the travel industry in 1994 and eventually starting her…


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Travel insurance Brazil

Travel insurance Brazil


About Brazil Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world and the largest country in South America. Home to beaches, rainforests, the annual carnival in Rio, friendly Brazilians and over 100, animal species Brazil is one of the most extraordinary destinations in the world. Brazilian food is equally as grand. Beef is one of the most consumed meats and you can go to a traditional…


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Language in Rio de Janeiro

Language in Rio de Janeiro


Ben F. Bagley Living in Brazil, from the UK The offline get-together in Rio really convinced me of InterNations. It is so much more than just an online plattform.Marielle Depois Living in Brazil, from Canada What I really like about InterNations? It makes meeting other expat women in a pleasant atmosphere so easy. Rio de Janeiro at a Glance Many expats dream about moving…


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Brazil Travel Tours

Brazil Travel Tours


Take a Brazil adventure tour to discover the amazing lengthy white-sand coastline, meet friendly and diverse peoples and enjoy fantastic local foods. The vast Pantanal wetlands offer the chance to see an amazing array of wildlife including hundreds of bird species and even the world’s largest rodent, the capybara. Many pristine colonial towns can be discovered like the 17th…


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US citizens Traveling to Brazil

US citizens Traveling to Brazil


Benefits Of Having Dual Citizenship (And Two Passports)! Reader Jim asked the following question on the “Ask Lucky” page of the blog, which I figured I’d answer here, given that I get a lot of questions about my dual citizenship: Big fan of your blog. My questions is about dual citizenship and traveling with two passports. You mentioned that you travel with your German passport…


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Travel to Brazil Vaccinations

Travel to Brazil Vaccinations


Medical services All foreign visitors will be looked after by the public health service in an emergency and there are private hospitals in the major metropolitan areas. However private medical care is expensive, so it’s advisable you take out insurance before your trip to Brazil. Brazil vaccinations Compulsory yellow fever vaccination If you have visited or transited one of…


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