Lonely Planet Brazil

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Lonely Planet, Sep 15, 2010 - Travel - 768 pages
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Lonely Planet Brazil
Wander the streets of bohemian Lapa, where samba spills from every doorway
Swim eyeball-to-eyeball with hundreds of exotic fish in crystalline waters
Brave near-vertical descents on a wind-whipped dune buggy ride
Sling a hammock and relax as your riverboat glides up the Amazon
In This Guide:
Seven authors, 375 days of in-country research, 33 types of transport (including water buffalo, mine car and canoe)
50% more coverage of chic, dynamic Sao Paulo
A samba musician, a wildlife tour guide and other locals introduce you to their Brazil
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About the author (2010)

After Regis' first journey to the Andes in 1999, he returned home, sold all his belongings and set off on a classic journey across South America. Since then he's returned numerous times to travel the continent, logging thousands of miles on dodgy jungle and mountain roads, and he's learned to speak Spanish and Portuguese. Ecuador never fails to captivate Regis, and he spent his most recent trip exploring the rarely visited jungle towns of the North Coast. Regis is the coordinating author of South America on a Shoestring, and he has contributed to more than a dozen Lonely Planet guides. His work has appeared in the Chicago Tribune and the Los Angeles Times, among other publications. He lives in New York City.

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