Sao Paolo is the capital of Sao Paolo state, one of the country's largest economic centers, a huge megapolis that enchants tourists with the diverse kaleidoscope of buildings that were created in d...
Welcome to the Gourmet Chicken Series. Today we bring you the the samba and carnivalé delight, Brazillian Braised Chicken & Banana. This dish is what give the dancers the energy to perform at the grea...
Brazil is the largest and most populated country in South America, and is fifth largest in the world in both area and population. Portuguese is the only official language of Brazil which is spoken by ...
1. Do Stay in Zona SulTrust us on this: most of your day and night life will revolve around the Ipanema neighborhood. Try to stay as close to it as possible.2. Don't Walk Around With JewelryLadies and...
Acai (ah-sigh-EE ) is a fruit that grows on the Acai Palm Trees in the Amazon Rainforest of Brazil. The Acai berry is small in size (smaller than a grape) and is dark purple in color. Acai is mostly s...
Major fiscal, political and fundamental changes have been promised by the Brazilian Government since 2003. These changes are meant to improve the entire environment for foreign direct investment, ...
I recently visited Diadema, a suburb of São Paulo. I'd heard of places like Diadema--fellow missionaries are always willing to talk--but I'd never believed people lived that way, that people could liv...
The beauty and their girls sensuality, their beautiful and converged beaches, full with visitors from all over the world, an excellent cuisine, the happiness of its people, represented in its carnival...
INTRODUCTION: I studied drawing at scool for many years, but I did not like it very much. My favourite subject at school were the olympic sports. I remember when I was a child and I played soccer wit...
Known as "The Marvelous City", the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro is one of the most naturally beautiful cities in the world today.A mixture of old classical statues and newer vibrant nightlife and ...