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Uruguay’s Version Of The Twin Towers

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The impact of American culture never seems to escape me anywhere I go.  So far the country with the least American impact has been Brazil.  These two buildings are withing a complex which is rightly called the World Trade Center – Montevideo.  A side note is that the United States is one of the largest […]

Fund Things To Do In Sicily: Godfather Filming Locations

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I honestly was never a huge Godfather fan, I have watched all three films and did enjoy them but not fanatical about them.  What I have been more obsessed with is the actual Italian Mafia.  When I was living in Sicily for close to two years I actually ran into the Mafia, everywhere. The first […]

Dancing With El Indio: Atacama Desert, Chile

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In the middle of this picture you can see three goofballs doing something silly, including that Wandering Trader fellow to the left.  In the back ground you will see “El Indio”, The Indian in English.  This is one of the pronounced rock formations that you will find the highest and driest desert in the world, […]

Mountain Poking Through The Clouds: Bolivia

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This is one of the first sights I saw on my tour to Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia.  I took about 10 pictures of this volcano because of the unique ring that started to smoke all around the tip.  The tour started at the border between Chile and Bolivia near San Pedro de Atacama and it […]

Carnival In Brazil & Malaria Of The Mouth

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Ah yes Malaria of the mouth.  If you haven’t heard about this new virus then let me enlighten you. It spreads vicariously by placing your tongue into a stranger’s mouth in Brazil of all places and during Carnival of all times. Every festival around the world has its own way of identifying itself and Carnival […]

Daisy Dukes In Brazil

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This is something that is very common in Brazil, no not the fur balls on his legs, the shorts.  The men wear trunks to the beach just like women wear thongs.  Although this man is good looking, in shape, and has a phenomenal tan line, it gives you a great example of the life of a Brazilian. […]

First Impressions of Brazil

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I’m currently sitting in Tampa, Fl watching the Miami Heat game reflecting on my photos and experience in Brazil, you didn’t know I could multitask? Carnival is an experience that I think everyone should have. There are many people that were telling me to be extremely careful and I would have been but it seemed […]

Capoeira In Carnival: Salvador, Brazil

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This was taken in the Pelourinho circuit during the 2nd day of Carnaval while we were talking towards Campo Grande.  A bit more laid back than the Barra circuit there is still plenty of chaos for everyone to enjoy.  One of the girls in our group actually started dancing Capoeira with the group which they […]

A Bloco in Salvador During Carnival in Brazil

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What you are looking at is float during the Brazilian Carnival in Salvador.  In Portuguese they call them Blocos (pronounced Blouckus) this is one of the ways that you can enjoy the Carnival.  You can either pay to join the bands at the top or walk along the roped off area that is controlled by security on […]

The Hand In The Desert – Atacama Desert, Chile

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The Hand in the Desert (mano del desierto) was created in the early 1980’s by a Chilean Sculpture named Mario Irarrázaal.  It is made out of iron and cement and sits in the middle of nowhere, the Atacama Desert (in Chile)  which is the driest desert in the world.  The sculpture was created to signify the […]