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Brazil 9000: Foot, Paddle and Pedal
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Gareth and Aaron set out to travel from the northern border of Brazil all the way to the southern border using only human power. A 9000km journey in all, the duo has covered more than 3300km so far and provided updates along the way. Here’s their latest video update from Santarém down the Rio Amazonas through Pará and the delta to Belém. Learn more at Brazil9000.