Curitiba Brazil Travel Blogs

Browse 70 travel blogs from Curitiba, Brazil. Read Curitiba travel blogs, travel journals, and travelogues from fellow travelers.
#1 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
City Pros & Cons
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Jun 28, 2006 – Jun 29, 2006
My tour of South America has just about come to an end, so I wanted to leave my blog readers with a couple pros and cons of eac…
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#2 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
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Apr 05, 2010 – Oct 22, 2010
Curitiba (pronounced Curitchiba). I had a few Brazilians ask me why I was coming here, apparently they think there isn't much …
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This blog was featured on Wednesday September 22nd, 2010
#3 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
alive and well!
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Sep 26, 2006 – Dec 14, 2006
hey all,to those who are still wondering if i ever made it back safely from Rio... i did!  nothing crazy happened there, a…
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#4 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
the past week....
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Sep 26, 2006 – Dec 14, 2006
hey all,it's been an intense week.  sorry for the delay in updates...it's not like me to not update for so long.  fir…
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#5 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
“Argentines hate to love Brazil, but Brazilians love to hate Argentina.”
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Jun 23, 2006 – Jun 27, 2006
JB Boonstra Experiencing both Argentina and Brazil has given me an interesting insight into the rivalry betwee…
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#6 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
crunch time
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Sep 26, 2006 – Dec 14, 2006
hey allalright, so...  we have about one week left in the Field School, and as you might be able to guess...we are BUSY!&n…
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#7 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
Samba and Tango - A Comparison
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Jun 29, 2006
The samba and tango are very unique styles of music that developed in Brazil and Argentina respectively.  Despite their si…
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#8 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
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Aug 12, 2008 – Dec 14, 2010
He couldn´t sing, the music was wrong, beer guts got in the way of kitchy rock poses and with faces like they worked at mcDona…
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This blog was featured on Friday February 20th, 2009
#9 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
Are Brazilians always happy??
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Jun 24, 2006 – Jun 27, 2006
Most people around the world perceive Brazilian people to always be happy.  Is this just a fictional thought or is there s…
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#10 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
Group Blog # 5:  Brazilian Electoral System (Phil, Divya & Ivan)
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Jun 28, 2006
The country of Brazil first embraced democracy when it became a Republic in 1889, and with the various lapses since that time, …
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#11 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
Welcome to Rio!
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Jun 24, 2006 – Jun 27, 2006
Cristos (Christ the Redeemer) rising above the line of clouds on the top of a mountain, Pao de Acucar (Sugar Loaf), Copacabana …
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#12 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
last democracy blog
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Jun 27, 2006 – Jun 29, 2006
Group: Norberto, Ryan, Derek Electoral system:  The means by which legislative seats are filled. Compromises three c…
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#13 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
Brazilian Electoral System
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Jun 29, 2006
The words order and progress are embedded on the globe on the Brazilian flag. These words exemplify important thematic ideas …
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#14 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
FLORIANOPOLIS
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Jun 29, 2006
I am just beginning to understand Brazilian’s obsession with efficiency.  The hot water system is very different in the&…
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#15 of 70 Curitiba travel blogs
Democracy Group Blog
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Jun 24, 2006 – Jun 29, 2006
Group Members: Mary Beth Strawn, Shannon Joiner, Lynn Deaton You have been asked by the state department to prepare a co…
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