April 2012

April 2, 2012 | By More

Amazon river / río Amazonas

Today’s blog post consolidates texts from all our sources on Brazil, including this Brazil Travel Blog but also D Airfare and the World Cup Brazil 2014. This is a summary of blog posts published during the month of October.

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Brazil Travel Blog

We began the month of March snorkeling at Praia do Forno in Arraial do Cabo.

Then we went to São Paulo for a a photowalk on glamorous Oscar Freire Street.

The tourism authorities of Rio de Janeiro launched an official app for smartphones.

We welcomed a new guidebook as the 2nd edition of the Moon Brazil guide is out.

On our weekly (or is it monthly?) shot we saw the Atlantic rainforest from the train.

We mentioned a very useful resource at a website with info on the bathing conditions on Brazilian beaches.

We revisited the Amazon thanks to Google Street View.

We reviewed another app for smartphones at Brasil 360º for iPhone and iPad.

And we issued a warning for those planning to visit Rio de Janeiro in June at a word of warning on accommodation in Rio de Janeiro during June 2012.

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D Airfare

We saw an interactive map provided by Tam showing up-to-date information on operating conditions at the Brazilian airports.

Qatar Airways, one of the best airlines in the world, has new plans for Brazil.

Lan Peru will be adding new frequencies to its Lima to São Paulo route.

Air Europa plans to increase its frequencies from Madrid to Salvador de Bahia.

Another company planning to increase frequencies is Tam, as we learned at Tam to fly daily from Rio de Janeiro to Frankfurt.

A new connection from the States to Brazil might be on the cards, as United studies a direct flight from San Francisco to Rio de Janeiro.

And we end the month with news of a new connection between Argentina and Brazil: Aerolíneas Argentinas negotiating a direct flight from Rio de Janeiro to Bariloche.

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The World Cup Brazil

Worrying news for the state of Rio Grande do Sul as Porto Alegre’s World Cup dreams hang by a thread.

An unconfirmed rumour points at an armadillo as the mascot for the World Cup.

The Brazilian government is releasing detailed reports on the construction of the world cup stadiums on a regular basis, as we explained at stadium construction work, progress report.

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