1/1 Once again our resident travel blogger, Maggie, is back with more tips for you! Maggie runs expatbrazil.co.uk dedicated to providing help and advice on travelling or moving to Brazil Do’s 1. Do eat the street food. It is some of the best food in Brazil and it’s unbelievably cheap. TIP:...
Mindset Institute's website makes it easy for tourists during the World Cup
With thousands of tourists coming for the World Cup, Mindset Institute has made a special web page to help those who don't speak Brazilian Portuguese.
The hot site contains a series a questions related to the World Cup and general information, such as asking prices or how long it takes to get to a destination. For each situation in English or Spanish there are alternatives in Portuguese followed by an audio file to teach pronunciation.
The goal of the language school is to get tourists more accustomed to the local language, encouraging them to learn basic notions in the brazilian tongue. The link is: www.institutomindset.com.br/copa2014/
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Finding organic food in Rio is not always easy, especially compared..."
If you're visiting or planning a move to Rio de Janeiro knowing the best places to get what you want can make life so much easier. This is a great guide from the Rio Times on the best places to buy or eat organic food.
We're very lucky in Saquarema, we're surrounded, like many small Brazilian towns, with a plentiful supply of local producers of which we are one. We personally grow oranges, tangerines, limes, bananas, coconuts, avocados, tomatoes, cashew, melons, mangoes, pineapples, lots of different Brazilian fruits and many vegetables. On saying that I will be taking a look at some of these option when I'm next in Rio.
I eat much better whilst in Saquarema than the UK because there simply isn't any ready meals and convenience products that are jammed packed with processed rubbish so I'm never tempted to be lazy and eat crappy food. Of course it's coming and small product lines are appearing, steak/chicken in various sauces and other rubbish but I shall not be tempted (I hope) and shall continue cooking good home made organic food.
Camping has quickly become a viable alternative as Brazil's hotels, pousadas, and hostels increase prices for the World Cup time frame. When using hostel booker, I tried several dates while the games will be held in Rio de Janeiro.
Interesting article about Rio accomodations for the World Cup 2014
Language Learning Tips Learn Brazilian Portuguese. October 17, 2013. 1 comment. Learn Brazilian Portuguese Hello Portuguese speakers. Here I have some tips for you. Before I just wanted to remind you that I'm from Brasil so, this is ...
As the World Cup approaches we took it upon ourselves to speak with Maggie, a travel blogger heading to the World Cup. Maggie, like everyone else, wants to save as much money during the World Cup and has decided to share with us her money saving tips and must see’s for Brazil. Pousada in...
Read my latest article for mytravelmoney.co.uk...I hope this helps a little to make your trip even better.
A very good friend of mine, Selma from Sao Paolo sent me this blog post that has gone viral. I had to scoop it and share it with our readers here as I have found it to be so true. Enjoy this, I sure did!
Going into Christmas eve, I thought it would be nice to share some information about Christmas in Brazil. The following article provides a synopsis of Brazilian Christmas history and tradition. Wishing everyone a very safe and happy holiday season.