Every year in Brazil, between June and July, there is a traditional countryside celebration called “Festa Junina”. A lot of good food and music involved, trust me.
So, I’m from this very small town called Pindamonhangaba, in the countryside of São Paulo. Over there, they celebrate the date with an amazing party in a rural neighbourhood and to get there, there’s a wooden train you can take.
To make it even more special, they decorate the train and invite a band to play while the passengers dance and sing during the one-hour journey. Is there a better way to go to a party?
Pinda is a small town in the middle of a Valley (Vale do Paraíba), so the landscapes that the ‘Music Train’ goes through are just as impressive and amazing as the joy and music vibes of the train journey.
Pindamonhangaba, São Paulo, Brazil, 2014.