Rodrigo Antunes

Rodrigo Antunes

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    Safe stealth camping in San Francisco?

    Shuuuuu....it's my secret! Mineral Bar! http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=1348 Enjoy it! Tip: Do not go in July. It's to hot out there. over 7 years ago

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    How far is McKeesport,PA from Brazil?

    Hi Lauren, The distance between Philadelphia and Rio de Janeiro is approximately 4778 miles. How to get there: You will need to fly from PA to Chicago (ORD O'Hare) 2 hours flight, and from there another 8 or 9 (it depends of the wind) to São Paulo (GRU) or Rio de Janeiro (GIG). Another option for you is fly to JFK or Newark (EWR), but it can take more time or be a little more expensive. Good luck! over 7 years ago

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    Looking for an exotic paradise beach destination in Brazil. Where to go?

    Hi Anders, Fernando de Noronha is the place to go, but the prices to reach the island by plane, the amount to pay to stay there and the time you have I don't think is realistic. Exists lots of options, I will give you my list of favorites: 1)Morro de São Paulo - 3 hours by ferry boat from Salvador in Bahia. You also can spend 2 or 3 days in Salvador exploring the city and another 3 days in Morro. 2)Praia de Pipa - 3 hours from Natal - Rio Grande do Norte. You will need to rent a car or take a van to reach this beach. This beach is very beautiful with great restaurants and confortable pousadas. 3)Florianópolis - Easy fly from Argentina, this island of Florianópolis is located in Santa Catarina and it's high a developed area, Joaquina beach, Armação, Santinho, and Ingleses are the most famous beach's around. almost 7 years ago

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    Travel Agent for Brazil

    Hi Datla, Wow! Looks amazing. I would like to add two locations on your itinerary and the only reason to do that is because you will be just couple hours from these cities: 15 Feb - São Luis do Maranhão - You definitely should add Lençois Maranhenses (Barreirinhas and if you have a "traveler spirit" add Caburé!) - Photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/adventuresinbrazilcom/sets/72157627448285741/ 22 Feb - After 2 or 3 days in Salvador you should stay for at least 2 nights in Morro de São Paulo - I don't have album about Morro, but check out a article that I wrote a 1 year ago on our blog: http://adventuresinbrazil.com/brazil-travel-blog/tag/morro/ Please send me your email and I will provide a quote for you - reservations(at)adventuresinbrazil.com Cheers! Rodrigo almost 7 years ago