Where will your next adventure be? Cycling and wine tasting in Napa Valley? Riding through the Australian Outback on an overnight train? Volunteering to take care of these adorable pandas?
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The reason that it’s complicated [in Brazil] for people who have come to live and settle in Itacaré is not because it takes days to get anything done, that horses wander the streets or the apparent lack of a fire brigade. Rather it’s the knowledge of living somewhere that will change and improve you and with that, accepting that it may not be good for you to leave.
—excerpted from Finding Joy in Simplicity: Living in Itacaré, written by Matador member, Paul.
Sunrise To Sunset In Rio De Janeiro
6:00 am It’s a sunny Saturday. Forget the breakfast at your hotel in Ipanema and instead grab a typical Brazillian fruit such as a manga and head to Copacabana. Dress lightly and don’t forget to bring swimming trunks, sunblock, towel, camera, water and a map.
5:30 pm Across the road is a Bossa Nova night club where you may consider finishing your day listening to live music. Before however, walk one block to the beach to appreciate the sunset with a ‘caipirinha’, Brazil´s tradicional cocktail. Don’t be surprised if everybody claps as the sun sets in spectacular fashion.
—excerpted from Sunrise To Sunset In Rio De Janeiro, by Rodrigo, Matador member
wondering what these boys are getting into in 2012.