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Nature close living in the south of Bahía, Brazil

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With Maria, I continued hitchhiking from Espírito Santo to the south of Bahía. 10 km from Cumuruxativa, in the middle of nowhere, close to a beautiful deserted beach, we had a very special, nature close, couchsurfing place.

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Hitchhiking to Espírito Santo, a state in Brazil

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With Maria, my new travel buddy from Argentina, I decided to hitchhike from Ouro Preto to Vitoria, the capital of the Brazilian state Espírito Santo and from there continue to São Matheus and Bahía.

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Paraty, Brazil – Paradisiac landscapes meet beautiful colonial town

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Paraty is a dream, and everybody who is traveling Brazil should not miss it! It´s located some 250 km south from Rio de Janeiro, and located in the middle of lush and divine landscapes.
I stayed there for almost one week, even though I planned to stay for maximal 2-3 days.

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Report about volunteering at spiritual sanctuary in Cunha, Brazil

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Close to the little village Cunha, located in the state of São Paulo in Brazil, one can find the community Source Temple, a spiritual sanctuary.

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How to make the most of your journey to Rio de Janeiro

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Normally I try to avoid big cities on my travels, if I have the choice. But sometimes, you just cannot choose. Big cities usually serve as hub for airplanes, buses or trains, and even if you hitchhike, it´s always easier from/to the bigger cities.

So, if your next airplane, bus, train or car brings you to Rio de Janeiro, give it a chance. Don´t hesitate to spend some days here and explore the city. You´ll see, in the case of Rio de Janeiro, it´s really worth it.

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Manaus – A big city in the middle of the Amazon rainforest

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What do you think about a city, that is built in the middle of the Amazon rainforest of Brazil? Heat, humidity, many mosquitos,… Maybe you are right, it´s all of this. But Manaus is actually a lot more.

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Visit Parque Nacional del Agua close to Melgar, Colombia

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This beautiful nature walk in Parque Nacional del Agua, including two waterfalls, is a must-go, if you are in or close to Melgar, Colombia.

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Salento and Valle del Cocora – Traditional village, coffee farms and the highest palm trees in the world

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Have you ever been to a cosy sweet little village in colonial style, where inhabitants painted their entire houses, windows, doors, balconies and shutters in every color that you can imagine, next to a valley that looks like in a storybook – lush green grass, grazing cows, little fincas, and additionally the highest palm trees in the world? No?
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Tayrona National Park – Only for Nature Freaks!

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For those of you, who love to go for trekking in beautiful jungle sceneries, surrounded by a gorgeous flora and fauna, and in the same time have the possibility of visiting caribbean dream beaches, the TAYRONA National Park is a great option!

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Cartagena de Indias – Lost paradise?

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In March 2016 I was traveling to Cartagena de Indias in Colombia, and I was both, amazed and shocked.

Why so, I will tell you in this article.

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