Monday, 03 July 2017 08:12

Volunteer in Brazil - Summer Programs

Volunteer in Brazil in one of our Summer Volunteer Programs. Accomplish something amazing this summer, and improve your CV too. Whether you are on a summer break from studies or from life, volunteering or interning abroad can be at once a hugely fulfilling and fun personal experience as well as a change to gain vocational experience which is often difficult to find at home. Any volunteering abroad program will boost your employability. We have summer programs and internships in medical and dental projects as well as teaching and childcare, among a range of other interesting opportunities. Note also that most of…
Fazenda Santa Clara is a tourist attraction located in the Brazilian municipality of Santa Rita de Jacutinga in the state of Minas Gerais. The farmer and miner born in São João del Rei , then captaincy of Minas Gerais, Luiz Fortes de Sã and Bustamante took over in the late eighteenth century , the position of chief guard of the record of Black River. But Luiz withdrew from office and replaced by his brother Francisco Dionisio Strong Bustamante , who moved with his wife and children in Rio Preto , in 1800 approximately . In 1824 his son Francisco Bustamante…
The German descendent Florian Pfeiffer, a journalist and film maker, has created one of the most charming Bed and Breakfasts in Santa Teresa: Casa Kamayurá. The house with it's tropical garden features four generous guest rooms, all with private bathroom and stunning views over Rio de Janeiro and the Sambódromo. Breakfast with tropical fruits is being served on the terrace, and it is always very enjoyable to talk with the hosts. Many people form Switzerland and Germany fancy this place, where they feel at home, being able to talk in German, and having a peaceful quiet place just five minutes…
Wednesday, 12 February 2014 00:00

2014 World Cup stadium workers threaten to strike

Demanding better working conditions further delays for football Workers at a World Cup stadium in the city of Manaus are threatening to go on strike to demand better conditions following a third recent construction-related death at the venue. A walkout could further delay the completion of the Arena da Amazonia just months before the start of football's showcase tournament.
Monday, 20 January 2014 00:00

Brazil World Cup Tourism

More flights scheduled to meet demand Aviation authorities in Brazil have authorised nearly 2,000 extra flights to cope with soaring demand during this year's World Cup. There has been mounting controversy over air ticket and hotel prices charged to fans faced with crossing a country the size of the continental US.Some companies have already set price ceilings for domestic flights, though maximum prices are still substantial.Three million home and 600,000 foreign fans are set to travel for the event.
Concerns over numbersThe Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) will next month celebrate its 25th anniversary amidst a call for the region to be promoted as a single destination. CTO Chairman, Beverly Nicholson Doty, in a Christmas message, said that her wish for the sector in 2014 was that Caribbean countries commit themselves to promoting the region as one destination.
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