“Brazilians consider Brazil ‘God’s Country’ – and not just in an esoteric sense.” Adriana leans forward against the back of my chair a row behind me on the double decker bus as she shares this insight.
“We have no wars, our soil is fertile, we respect one another, love our country, and our prosperity is at a turning point. It’s God’s Country because it is so divine, and you will know exactly what I mean when you stare at the Iguaçu Falls for the first time. I guarantee the sight will change you.”
‘God’s country;’ almost impossible to imagine a place so exquisite it could be considered the country in which god resides.
But now I look back and reflect. Adriana was right.
After spending a week in Foz Do Iguaçu with some of the greatest people I now know, Adriana’s insight could not be any closer to the truth.
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