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Here, safe, warm...

Thursday, 28 Jan 2010 | Views [538] | Video

I've had better flights but I can't remember a better nap than the one I had this afternoon...  Taxi driver was well worth it; spoke little english but allowed me to practice my hand signals/portuguese conversation skills.  The busy streets gave me some ... Read more >

Tags: beginnings


Gallery: Carnaval and the beach

Saturday, 24 Feb 2007 | Photo Gallery


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Carnaval and the Beach

Saturday, 24 Feb 2007 | Views [612]

Carnaval.  Wow.  I have been in Salvador for over a week and had just begun to get used to the mass of people.  There are 2 Carnavals of Salvador:  The historic one located in Pelhourinho that has a band, usually with a full horn section and percussion, ... Read more >

Tags: party time


Valentines Day and Carnaval

Wednesday, 14 Feb 2007 | Views [634]

I have now had my fill of looking at architecture.  I have been to two colonial towns of extreme wealth with some rock climbing, and a planned, sprawling city from the 70´s.  I have been enjoying my tourism since leaving the farm.  I have spent 2 days ... Read more >

Tags: sightseeing


Gallery: Colonial Towns, Brasilia, Etc.

Tuesday, 13 Feb 2007 | Photo Gallery

I have left the farm!
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Getting ready for the next leg

Tuesday, 30 Jan 2007 | Views [526] | Comments [2]

I am still at Iracambi.  I am getting ready to depart on Friday morning for the next leg of my adventure.  I will be traveling to a few colonial towns in Minas Gerais and then off to the capital city to make a collaborative contact.  I am filled with ... Read more >

Tags: culture


Gallery: Brazil Photos

Friday, 19 Jan 2007 | Photo Gallery

Rio and Iracambi
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Life at the Farm

Friday, 19 Jan 2007 | Views [577] | Comments [2]

I am still at Iracambi, the NGO that is situated in the fragmented Atlantic rainforest above Rio de Janeiro.  Life here is slow.  The mountains and dirt roads make moving around a little hard in the rainy season.  The house I am living in has 4 bedrooms ... Read more >

Tags: the great outdoors


Chicago to Brazil

Sunday, 7 Jan 2007 | Views [536]

Well, I knew Chicago weather couldn't be trusted. So, I met the greatest lady on the delayed flight from Knoxville to Chicago. She works in education, Social and Environmental areas, and is affiliated with a few people from the Ministry of Education ... Read more >

Tags: relaxation

 

 

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