Six continents. Thirty countries. Two laptops. Come along on a trip around the world.
Over the next eight months, the Boston-based Longjaunt team will be traveling the world, and they're packing you in their bags for the ride. We invite you to share your photos along the way and tell your story.
February: Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil
Blog Salvador at dusk
Join the locals for a breathtaking sunset down by the beach at Porto da Barra.
Dance the night away on the dia da bencao or blessed day of the week in Pelourinho.
Taste local spices, juice, and fish fresh off the boat in São Joaquim's largest open air bazaar.
Blog A lazy Sunday afternoon
Spend a lazy Sunday with Long Jaunt as they explore Salvador's northern beach of Itapuå and tried a bite of acarajé, a classic Bahian delicacy.
Blog Working the beach scene
Lounge on the beach and play in the waves by day then dance the night away to the tunes of Gilberto Gil.
Blog Eating like kings at a churrascaria
Dine out at a churrascaria, a traditional Brazilian eatery, where the Long Jaunt crew ate like kings (and paid royally too).
Blog Time to head to the beach
When the weather is right, sometimes going to the beach is the most logical idea.
Blog Exploring the colonial city
The trio take a two-hour flight from Rio and arrive in Brazil's colonial capital city, Salvador da Bahia.
Blog Last day in Rio
A flight from Rio de Janeiro brings Long Jaunt to Ipanema for a cloudy sunset and a new city.
Blog Exploring the marvelous city
Unabashedly called the A Cidade Maravilhosa (The Marvelous City), from atop Pão de Açúcar, via a ride up on a cable car, Rio doesnt just earn its name, it sets the bar.
Blog Rio's famed mega-beaches
World famous for its sunny days, white sands, crystal clear waters and expansive beaches, Rio has the ultimate in mega-beaches. Take a tour of the sandy fun.
Blog Crowning a futbol champion in Rio
Watch one of Brazil's biggest soccer games of the year. Put on your team colors and join these enthusiastic fans.
Blog A messenger of truth in City of God
Tour Cidade de Deus with Brazilian hip-hop artist, filmmaker, and author MV Bill. His work centers around Brazil's struggles with racism, poverty and violence.
Blog Old school samba
Groove to some samba rhythms with the legendary Velha Guarda da Mangueira musical outfit in Zona Norte (North Zone) of Rio.
Blog Departing Ilha Grande
Catch a glimpse of the marvelous island as Long Jaunt departs to Rio de Janeiro.
Blog Enjoying the crystal blue waters
Enjoy the crystal blue waters and white sands of Lopes Mendes beach on Ilha Grande.
Blog Long Jaunt was tricked!
Learn how the gang fell for a brilliant trick that left them $33 in the hole on their way to the beach island of Ilha Grande.
Blog Enjoying the samba
São Paulo's weekly samba jam features many local groups. Jam along to the samba beat.
Blog Riding on the Metropolitano subway
One of the best ways to get around Brazil's largest city is the Metropolitano subway system. Hop on for a ride.
Blog Exploring São Paulo
Long Jaunt explores the bustling city of São Paulo. Catch some of the city's vibrant graffiti.
Blog Adding another to the Long Jaunt team
Mike Kurtz, the third Long Jaunter, meets the pair in São Paulo, where they begin their month long trek through Brazil.
Blog Cross over into Brazil
Just a quick bus ride from Puerto Iguazu, Argentina, Long Jaunt enters its sister city, Foz do Iguazu in Brazil.
Blog Iguazu Falls
At the border between Argentina and Brazil roars one of the largest waterfalls in the world: Iguazu Falls. Make a stop at this unforgettable natural wonder.
Blog Shipping out to Buenos Aires
Long Jaunt bids the enchanting Buenos Aires adieu, jumps on a bus, and heads north to Iguazu Falls in northern Argentina.
Blog Buenos Aires nightlife
Ready for a late night? Long Jaunt heads out at sundown to see how the locals enjoy a Saturday night.
Blog Drinking mate
You can barely walk a couple of blocks in Buenos Aires without seeing someone drinking mate. Enjoy a drink with Long Jaunt.
Blog Dance the tango
Trek into a milonga (dance parlor), where late owls dance the tango until 3 in the morning.
Blog Visiting Uruguay
Long Jaunt hops on a speedboat to visit Colonia, Uruguay. Join the boat ride across the Rio de la Plata.
Blog Downtown Buenos Aires
Explore the hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires and the historic governmental buildings.
Blog Colorful, vibrant La Boca
Explore the colorful Buenos Aires barrio (neighborhood) of La Boca to see the brightly painted homes.
Blog Watching the Super Bowl in Buenos Aires
Six thousand miles away, the game is still on, and it still was no fun to watch if you were a Patriots fan.
Blog Recoleta cemetery
Buenos Aires is divided into 47 distinct neighborhoods. For both the living, and the dead, Recoleta is considered one of the best to be in.
Blog Traveling to Buenos Aires
After hunkering down for a 13 hour flight, Long Jaunt arrives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Explore the bustling city.
Blog Mexico City redux
Long Jaunt is hopping on a plane to head south for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Take a look back and see how Mexico City has changed in just over a month.
Your Latin American photos
From The Boston Globe
Sail along the Amazon, visit the Argentinian penguins, and more with Boston.com's Latin America destination guide.
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