After years of dreams, months of project and hours in the plane, my trip began July the 7th 2016 (Actually, I left on the 6th and I stayed one night in Lisbon). The destination has been chosen more according to the plane ticket price than for the real attraction. The planes to Belém were cheap compared to other towns in South America. I stayed one week before continuing my trip. Belém is a small charming town with beautiful districts, and other less.
Photos taken between the 15th and the 27th of July 2016 in the north of the Ceará state. We can see Aracati, Canoa Quebrada and Prainha do Canto Verde in Beberibe. Those places are 170km in the west of Fortaleza.
After São Paulo, I reached Curitiba. It looks like another country. The south of Brazil is richer, cleaner and safer than the rest of the country. The town is mainly known for its botanical garden an its developped public transports.
Foz do Iguaçu is a brazilian town close to the country borders with Argentine and Paraguay. It is most known for the Iguaçu falls (Cataratas do Iguaçu in Portuguese, Cataratas de Iguazu in Spanish). Those photos have been taken in September 2016.
Passo Fundo is a small expanding town. It is small enough to enjoy tranquility and large enough to have everything large towns need. Its most visible characteristic are the two towers of the Bella Città shopping center.