By Georgia Grimond, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – At the end of a 56 kilometer dirt road lies the Bahian paradise of Barra Grande. Once a little fishing village, now only a small town it has become the go-to place to celebrate réveillon in Brazil. As well as having a host of new year’s eve parties to choose from, the peninsula is edged with endless, largely empty, beaches and is home to a wealth of wildlife.
“It is without a doubt the place in the whole of Brazil to spend New Years,” explains . . .