This entire building is covered in graffiti
A makeshift shelter for those who can't afford the favela.
The saga of the Japanese immigrants started at Port Santos on June 18,
1908, has completed 90 years.
Of the 250,000 that arrived here, there are 30,000 left.
Including the decendants, there are 1.4 million that live in this land.
- June 18, 1998
Looking north over Santos, Sao Paulo
Cargo ships traversing the southern Atlantic seas.
Hug Oceanliner slowly creeping off into the distance.
Community excersize center
Beach Soccer Game
Looking north from the Balsa (Ferryboat) in Santos
Fishing boats near the Balsa or Ferryboat.
More Fishing boats
Looking north towards Santos, Sao Paulo.
Fishing boats along Pereque Beach
You are in the Guararu Mountains
Naturally Knocked-Over Patrmony
The Tail of the Dragon is how it's know now-a-days, or Guararu, from the
Indians, which in Tupi means "The hill that unites the low caves, the
high holes, a rivers that flow into the Bertioga canal", represents the
largest connection of well preserved ecosystems of the Santo Amaro Island,
in the eastern region of Gararuja.
With approximately 4,000 hectares, the Guararu Mountain region encompasses
large areas of Atlantic Jungle...
Urubu em Guararu - Guararu Vulture
Rock laden trails
Rock laden Trails
The cocoanut flesh is a superfood and a delicacy.
A ferry boat
Transport ship cranes. In front is the Balsa or Ferryboat carrying automobiles
to the southern side.
Giant transport ships in Santos.
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