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Travelers' Tales Brazil : True Stories, Paperback / softback Book

Travelers' Tales Brazil : True Stories Paperback / softback

Edited by Scott Doggett, Annette Haddad

Part of the Travelers' Tales Guides series

Paperback / softback


Brazil is a land of superlatives. It has the biggenst freshwater fish and the rivers to go with them, the largest jungle, and the greatest number of species.

It makes the world's best music and throws the world's wildest party.

The land where primeval eets modernity teems with life and what makes life worth living and nothing is done in moderation.

Travelers' Tales Brazil shines a light on a country where the commingling of cultures of indiginous tribes, Portuguese colonists, West Africans created a people who are unafraid to embrace life.

The Brazilians haev a word saudade that means a longing for what could have been.

It's a feeling as universal as the sun, but in Brazil no one, including the traveler, allows saudade to interfere with the moment.

For the traveler, though, it's a feeling that lingers long after leaving Brazil.


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