Thirsty Thursdays: Rei Das Batidas Cocktail Bar, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Time really flies and it’s already a year since I was in Brazil for the World Cup and enjoyed my second visit to the monster of a city that is Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo is a truly phenomenal sized city, it will take years to explore it and it will take me a lifetime to Read more about Thirsty Thursdays: Rei Das Batidas Cocktail Bar, Sao Paulo, Brazil[…]

My Top 5 Memories From Backpacking in Brazil

As I head back to Brazil next week for the madness that is the FIFA World Cup I thought I’d recollect my top memories from my previous two visits to Brazil. In fact, as ever I still have a load of untold stories from Brazil, but here’s a quick top 5 memories from backpacking in Read more about My Top 5 Memories From Backpacking in Brazil[…]

Jonny Blair loved the pizza in Sao Paulo

Friday’s Featured Food: Brazilian Pizza in Sao Paulo Bakeries

I know what people will say before I even start here and that is “how can you call it a pizza if it’s not from Italy?” but seriously, I’ve been to Italy 3 times so I know what Italian pizza tastes like and I know it’s good. That’s beyond question! Or stating the obvious. Then Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Brazilian Pizza in Sao Paulo Bakeries[…]

White Water Rafting in Juquitiba, Brazil!!

I’ve always loved being in and around water. The river near where I grew up, The Cotton River ran alongside Linear Park in Bangor, mind you it wasn’t one to be swimming in. Though Belfast Lough and the Irish Sea nearby were both decent spots for waves and summer dips. Fast forward to January 2011 Read more about White Water Rafting in Juquitiba, Brazil!![…]

“The Monster”: Backpacking in Sao Paulo, Brazil

I read somewhere that Sao Paulo was a “monster” and I simply loved that word as a classification of a city. It was always the plan to end my recent South America experience in Sao Paulo, as my final flight to leave the continent would be from there. It quite simply is one of the Read more about “The Monster”: Backpacking in Sao Paulo, Brazil[…]

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