Monthly Archives: April 2011

Brazil, U.S. to End Flight Curbs in 2015 in Deal That May Create 28 Routes

By Guest Contributors ARNALDO GALVAO and FABIOLA MOURA of The U.S. and Brazil agreed to end restrictions on flights between the two countries in 2015. The countries plan to gradually lift a limit of 154 flights a week and … Continue reading

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Brazil Operators Looks to Capitalize on Olympics October…Brazil Nuts in the News!

By Guest Contributor JOE PIKE of Travel Agent Central In preparation for the Olympics, city officials in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil plan to make major infrastructure improvements, upgrade the transportation system and continue cleaning up the environment. Hotel capacity is set to more than … Continue reading

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Near Salvador, Brazil, a Paradisiacal Place to Disconnect

by Guest Contributor ANDREW JACOBS of the New York Times WITH the phone to his ear and a look of exasperation on his face, it was safe to assume that Charles Levitan was chasing yet another would-be guest from his … Continue reading

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Just Another Satisfied Brazil Nuts Client – Tupana Lodge

I accompanied a friend in her mid 50’s who had a contract to write two books on the Amazon around Manaus.  I am a 60+  artist who wanted to capture what remained of relatively untouched Amazonia. We chose Tupana Lodge … Continue reading

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Into the Amazon

by Guest Contributor LARRY ROTHER of the New York Times WE were in a canoe tethered to a submerged tree, fishing for piranha in the dark waters of the Rio Negro, about 125 miles northwest of the Brazilian city of Manaus. It was … Continue reading

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