Iguazu falls - Argentinian or Brazilian side?

The Iguazu Falls (also variously spelled Iguacu, Iguaçu and Iguassu) are one of the world's most impressive waterfalls. Located near the triple border between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay in South America, they can be seen from two countries: Argentina and Brazil.

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Visiting the Itaipu Dam in Paraguay

The Itaipu dam is one of the seven wonders of the modern world, the world's largest hydroelectric power plant. It spans the river Paraná between Paraguay and Brazil, near the triple border of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.  You can visit from either side; we chose the Paraguayan one - mostly...

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Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro

The statue of Christ the Redeemer is a symbol of Rio de Janeiro, and a trip to the top of the hill to visit it was a definite on our to-do list while in the city.

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Brazilian Portuguese Crash Course

"So, do you guys want to spend the weekend with my family in Macaé?" Washington asked. "Sure," we replied, despite having no idea where Macaé might be or why anyone would go there. But the chance to spend a weekend hanging out with Brazilians on their home turf wasn't one...

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Belize; Accommodation, Transport & Diving in Paradise

Many travellers claim to have heard of Belize, a few can even place it on a map. Getting there is another matter altogether... Read on for great tips on getting to Belize, accommodation, transport and what to do when you get there...!

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New Years Eve Celebrations

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New Years Eve Celebrations

New Years Celerbations in Times Square New Years Eve is all about partying, so if you are away from home for this greeting season, there are hundreds of places in the world where you can celebrate.

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New Zealand and Brazil Reciprocal Working Holiday Visa Agreement

New Zealand and Brazil have agreed a reciprocal working holiday visa agreement.

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Ilha do Mel - Getting Off the Beaten Track in South America

It does not see too long along when on the road from Iguasu Falls to Rio de Janeiro I had a few days to kill before Carnavale was kicking off in Rio and was keen to hit a few of the southern Brazilian beach towns for some chill out...

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