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What should I drink in your country?

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Every culture has at least one unique libation that visitors must try.
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The road transforming the Amazon

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Once an all-dirt track cutting into the jungle, the Trans-Amazonian Highway is being paved, transforming life in its path.


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The biggest Carnival to date?

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With 2014 marking the first of two very important years for Brazil, BBC Travel went behind the scenes with some of the city’s largest and most popular samba schools.


Sleeping on stilts in the Amazon

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At Brazil’s largest nature reserve, travellers can stay in treehouses, paddle past alligators and pick acai berries – but only 1,000 visitors a year are allowed in.
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Where football meets sun and samba

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In a city that embraces everyone and every cause, tolerance is so encouraged that authorities have hired drag queens to dance in the streets.


Brazil’s African soul

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African culture brought over during the slave trade still influences modern Salvador in myriad ways, from unique art forms to ongoing social struggles.


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