Dream in Brazil

Brazil is the fifth largest country on the planet. Although in the metropolitan areas the population is highly concentrated (1 out of 4 people live in the agglomeration of the five metropolitan areas), Brazil has many unpopulated regions where it abounds in space and vegetation.

Brazil was discovered in 1500 by Pedro Alvares Cabral and colonized later by the Portuguese. Initially, named Ilha de Vera Cruz (Vera Cruz Island), it has changed its name to Brazil by its main product in colony, brasil or red.

After the flowering periods (due to natural wealth and their exports, cotton, coffee, gold, etc.), which alternate with periods of decline, recession and political crises, Brazil is now a country of the future. Brazil’s economy ranks 8th in the world, with a GDP of over 620 billion dollars. It is one of the most important steel and machinery manufacturers, occupying the 5th place in the production of aircraft and arms exports. It is the largest producer of non-ferrous ores and an important producer of aluminum and tin. In addition, Brazil is renowned as the largest coffee exporter.

Brazil: Relation and empathy

I was in Brazil in the winter of 2011 and I liked the country so much, hoping to come back soon. First of all, interesting was the racial diversity created by the blending of whites with Americans and Africans, but also because Brazil hosts immigrants from all over the world. Although there has been racial discrimination in the past, especially against blacks, who have been considered both by the young and the white, there is now no discriminatory attitude, all people smile in the street, are receptive, sociable, unsafe favela are armed wars. empathy

What I liked in Brazil was vegetation. The tropical climate allows abundance of palm trees, very tall trees, bananas, oranges and flowers.

Although Brazilians are known to be a people who place great emphasis on body beauty, this is not noticed because most of the Brazilians are full. This did not surprise me after having tasted excellent traditional meals.


Brazil: Dishes, energy and drinks

One of Brazil’s finest dishes is feijoada, originating in Bahia, and is made from dried, salted and smoked beans. What I liked most was salgadinhos, small foieties filled with cheese, chicken, palm kernel or others. Like dessert, try quindim, coconut pudding.

However, I could say that in Brazil I ate the most fruits. Because the temperature is high enough and the humidity is in the air, coconut milk is very cool and a coconut shell just $1. Of course, with luck, you could find one in a slap on the street. Other specific fruits: pineapple, papaya, watermelon, banana, guava fruit

Brazil is the ideal place for dancing, parties and fun. Locals, as well as tourists, dance and play on the streets, transvestite beaches play football, and during the New Year’s Eve and Carnival in Rio, the streets are in a general scene.

Because we really were the New Year in Brazil, more precisely in Rio de Janeiro, we had a wonderful New Year’s fireworks show on Copacabana Beach. Impressive lights, live music, and a mass of 2 million energetic men dressed in white have made the New Year a special event.

After they left at night, residents of Rio de Janeiro and, in particular, tourists go to samba clubs with live music, for which the right words are energy and goodwill. I’ve been to such clubs a few times, and although they were a little crowded, I can say I was loaded with lots of positive energy. Mostly I liked Carioca Da Gema, where music was traditional and very pleasant, where it was less crowded than a real atmosphere. In addition, the name of the place suggests this, because gema is yolk, the nucleus and the caricature is the name of the locals in Rio de Janeiro.

For those who are not willing to pay a large entrance fee to enter the clubs, the fun is free anywhere on the streets of Rio. Below you can watch a video with a local band playing in a bar in a side street.

Located on the Atlantic Ocean, Rio de Janeiro is a victory of fantasy over reality. In Rio, 6 million people live, and in the suburbs, in the so-called favela, another 6 million. The brilliant streets of cars running according to their own rules, glass skyscrapers near historic buildings or houses that are just standing, a wide variety of breeds, Rio de Janeiro is a beautiful and beautiful city. Besides these, the Carnival, the famous beaches and samba!

Image source: Brazil Photos

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