Brazil is a country that is located in South America. It is in the northeastern corner of the continent, with an eastern border that borders the Atlantic Ocean. It the largest sovereign entity in South America, which is pretty obvious when you look at a map. The seasons are reverse because it is south of the equator. Some parts of the country are so close to the equator that the days almost have equal sunlight throughout the year; there is little change or variation in sunlight when the seasons change. Of course, because the country is so big, there are some parts of the country that do get more variation in sunlight.
There is also diversity in the landscapes. There are amazing beaches along the Atlantic Ocean with crystal waters. On the other hand, there are mountains with pine trees and grasslands. Of course, there are also the famous rainforests, with its vast array of exotic, and sometimes dangerous, animals.
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What is even more interesting is that the seasons are opposite to those in the Northern Hemisphere. For example, the coldest month in the temperate regions of Brazil is July, while the hottest month in those regions is January. This is perfect for tourists who crave to experience colder weather in the heat of July. Guilherme Paulus, a Brazilian businessman, has taken advantage of this by building a resort that goes by the name of St. Andrew’s mountain.
Of course, knowing that people commonly go to Brazil for its hot weather and beaches, Guilherme Paulus has built a resort near the beach in Natal, called Wish Natal. Wish Natal has been built by Guilherme Paulus on the beach to conveniently give patrons access to the sand and water. Natal is eternally hot and sunny—and Guilherme Paulus knows that anybody who wants such conditions, on-demand, can take a trip to that place any time of the year. The location is great because patrons can see the sun rise over the vast ocean. Such an experience is very inspirational and prolific—not many people can experience the sun rise over the ocean because most people do not live near an ocean.
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