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BRAZILIAN VISA WAIVER for USA, Australian, Canadian and Japanese citizens starting June 17th-2019

BRAZILIAN VISA WAIVER for USA, Australian, Canadian and Japanese citizens starting June 17th-2019

We are SO excited to share with our travelers that Brazilian government¬†has decided to waive the visa requirement for USA, Canadian, Australians and Japanese citizens effective June 17th 2019. This will allow you to travel with a regular passport for up to 90 days within Brazil. So even if you want to just “cross” to Brazil for visiting Iguazu falls when traveling in Argentina or for a full trip to Brazil you will not only save some money but also…

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Buenos Aires from the air, 90 years ago

Buenos Aires from the air, 90 years ago

adapted from the¬† original article which appears in laNacion.com In the 20 and the 30 Juan Baptist Borra and Enrique Broszeit, two young pilots and adventurers, flew over the city in a two-seater and registered in photos their routes; 90 years later their crazy adventure turned into an invaluable collection of photographs. They were two audacious Bohemians who took any chance to fly over Buenos Aires learning the craft of aerial photography. It was the 20’s and little was known…

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Valparaiso picture gallery.

Valparaiso picture gallery.

When we walked the streets of Valparaiso it reminded us of other cities we’ve been to. It is sort of a combination of San Francisco (its’ sister city) for the hilly layout, La Boca and Pelourinho for the colors and corrugated walls. There is something romantic and mysterious about this port town with a rich history of immigration, trade and unique architecture. We had a chance to ride one of the famous funiculars, the short rail tramways allowing people ascend…

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