Brazil Paperback / softback
Michael Palin, the No.1 bestselling author, explores an exotic country that is now a global superpower.
Brazil is one of the four new global super powers with its vast natural resources and burgeoning industries.
Half a continent in size and a potent mix of races, religions and cultures, of unexplored wildernesses and bustling modern cities, it is also one of the few countries Michael Palin has never fully travelled.
His timely book and series take a closer look at a remarkable new force on the world scene.
From the Venezuelan border and the forests of the Lost World, where he encounters the Yanomami tribe and their ongoing territorial war with the gold miners, Michael Palin explores this vast and disparate nation in his inimitable way.
He journeys into the heart of the Amazon rainforest.
He travels down the north-east coast to meet the descendants of African slaves with their vibrant culture of rituals, festivals and music.
He visits the shanty towns of Rio and the beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema.
He goes to Sao Paolo, where the rich commute by helicopter.
He travels south to meet German and Japanese communities, meets supermodels in the making and wealthy gauchos in the Pantanal before ending his journey at the spectacular Iguacu Falls.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 288 pages
- Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
- Publication Date: 10/09/2013
- Category: Travel writing
- ISBN: 9781780220864
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