Brazil

Don’t let them fool you! Before traveling to Brazil people may tell you not to miss out on an amazingly healthy bowl of açai berries, that the pão de queijo and tapioca are gluten-free, and the farofa (toasted manioc meal) is delicious. I’m here to tell you otherwise! Now I don’t care if you’re a self-proclaimed foodie or a college student living off of mac-n-cheese on the reg, eating the local cuisine when you’re on a trip can be pretty damn exciting. Eating in Brazil is no exception: it’s fun but can be frustrating and overwhelming if you can’t read…
Brazil is a magical place, in one sentence I would say we spent three amazing and psychedelic weeks. Everything is in profusion in Brazil: food, nature, caïpirinhas, … EVERYTHING! We found white sand desert, blue lagoons, sand dunes worthy of Aladdin, uninhabited island, we also discovered the jungle, paradisiac beaches and fresh coconuts! We have seen sea otters –we could definitely call them sea hyenas!- , caimans –a lot of caimans, like a lot: we did try to count them and stopped when arriving at 200 caimans around a small river, this is a true story-, toucans, aras, papagayos, capivoras……

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