Brazil Archive

Are There Any Microbrews in Latin America?

Pity the poor beer connoisseur heading to Latin America. In many countries, one brand dominates. In others there are several labels—all brewed by the same company. In general it’s a sea of light lagers meant to be served very cold on a hot day. Mexico has long brewed some of the best beers around, but [...]

Interesting Travel News From Latin America – June 2012

As an editor of a luxury travel blog and webzine, I get inundated with “news” releases that none of you would care about in the slightest, so most go in the virtual trash bin. This week, however, a few items have come down the line that could either impact your future travels or enhance them [...]

Our Latest Tour Feature: Fernando de Noronha, Brazil

There are some destinations in a country that few foreigners seem to know about, but mention the name to a local and it’s like a secret password. You’ll get a smile and a big dose of envy that you’ve gone or are about to go. Our writer found that Fernando de Noronha is a prime [...]

Mid-March Getaway Pics

Next week I’ll be relaxing with my family on Spring Break. This has been a relatively mild winter in the U.S. and parts of Canada, but I’m sure lots of people are dreaming of warm and sunny places by the water. Here are a few pictures to ponder as we head into the weekend. Click [...]

Can it Last? The Hot Real Estate Market of Punta del Este

Punta del Este has long been the see and be seen hotspot in South America. In no other beach area do so many of the rich and famous from multiple countries gather to take a break from their roles as captains of industry,  fashion, and entertainment. We just posted a detailed round-up of real estate [...]