Welcome to Thirsty Thursday on the Lonely Wanderer. This is a new weekly installment series entitled Thirsty Thursdays focused on showcasing the countries with the most beautiful sights in the world. This weeks focus is the gorgeous South American nation of Brazil, it’s stunning landscapes, mountains, beaches, and cultural sights.
Brazil. It’s one of those countries that you almost have to sigh after mentioning the name because it brings feelings of yearning. And you should. Brazil is an amazing country. From it’s amazing history, unique culture, and breathtaking views.
P.S. If that doesn’t appeal to you there are also so really hot Brazilian people as a treat at the end…
The following images make up the Pantanal Wetlands is a large region including the world’s largest tropical wetland.
Fernando de Noronha is a 21 islet and island archipelago about 220 miles of the coast of Brazil.
Santa Teresa is a popular neighborhood and cultural destination in Rio de Janierio, Brazil at the top of Santa Teresa Hill. It’s known for its scenic narrow streets, colorful buildings, and stunning street art.
Tijuca Forest is a rainforest inside the ciy of Rio de Janiero and is said to be the largest urban rainforest in the world.
The Amazon Theatre or Teatro Amazona is an opera house located inside the Amazon Rainforest.
The Amazon Rainforest encompassing most of Northwestern Brazil and also covering Columbia and Peru is known as the world’s largest tropical rainforest.
So, that’s it for the first Thirsty Thursday where we indulge in the sights to be seen from different lands all over the world. That was just a FRACTION of Brazil… It definitely just took it’s place in my heart and bucket list. This has inspired me to DEFINITELY take a trip there at some point. Until then… Let us all enjoy pictures of gorgeous Brazilian men and women.
Also… No of the pictures are my own, nor do I own them, or take credit for them…