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Observations and adventures of an American woman living in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, with her husband and dog. read more [Hits: 20 - Added: 05-02-13]http://anotefrombrazil.wordpress...
Alan | Conhecer mais sobre Facebook, Twitter, Orkut, Carros, Logins, Mulheres, Games, Tecnologia e como usar no dia-a-dia. Conhecimento e prática. read more [Hits: 14 - Added: 22-02-10]http://alandavid.com.br/
Its a journey. A small document of my many life changes and how I come out on the other side. i am very opinionated and blunt, sorry for that. ... read more [Hits: 17 - Added: 18-02-13]http://thementaldrifter.blogspot...
I'm a British woman who finds herself living as an ex-pat in Rio de Janeiro with a Brazilian husband and two dual nationality kids. My blog follows... read more [Hits: 129 - Added: 13-08-10]http://becomebrazilian.blogspot....
Why Born Again Brazilian? If all those repentant criminals, addicts and all around sinners can transform themselves into God-fearing Christians, this... read more [Hits: 47 - Added: 10-06-11]http://www.bornagainbrazilian.co...
Reflections on living and teaching English in Salvador, Brazil. read more [Hits: 27 - Added: 28-08-11]http://brasilicana.wordpress.com
Brazilian Gringo is the go to resource for everything about Teaching English in Brazil, learning Portuguese and understanding Brazilian culture. read more [Hits: 21 - Added: 20-11-12]http://Brazilian Gringo.com
My blog is basically about my life, my experiences, thoughts and opinions from a geographical, cultural and emotional perspective. It's a work in... read more [Hits: 51 - Added: 10-10-09]http://www.braziliant.blogspot.c...
Fact: Having a degree in Cross Cultural Communication does not make a person immune to culture shock.
read more [Hits: 48 - Added: 01-03-10]http://web.mac.com/brynnbarineau...
The blog is about how a move like this can give you new insights in to yourself, your surroundings and the life you left behind. I try to link my new... read more [Hits: 20 - Added: 11-11-12]http://createeducatedeviate.word...
This week I went to Mãos do Brasil, a huge handicrafts expo in Anhembi that brings together over 500 artisans from every state in Brazil, plus Brasília. It was really interesting to walk... read more
Posted on 19 December 2014 | 6:13 am
Hey folks, it’s been a while since I’ve posted here and with good reason… Things have taken off for me in a way that I never imagined possible: I’ve now grown to have the seco... read more
Posted on 13 December 2014 | 12:17 am
When I first arrived in Rio, I naively thought that once I had a good grasp of Portuguese my communication woes would be over. What I went on to discover is that the actual language i... read more
Posted on 12 December 2014 | 6:49 pm
Move over Playa del Carmen, step aside Phuket – even you Bali, you can take a seat, as a new beach town has swept in and claimed first place for “Alex’s favourite beach spot&rd... read more
Posted on 11 December 2014 | 2:13 pm
The Travelling Chopsticks
I am not Greek, although Luiz and I have had the joy of spending a couple of weeks exploring several cities in Greece, as well as several Greek islands in the Mediterranean. I have also been to Greek ... read more
Posted on 10 December 2014 | 9:07 am
Qualidade de Vida
Rios invisíveis is a collaborative project launched this year which aims to map all of São Paulo's rivers and project them onto an online searchable graphic. It was born out of the EcoHa... read more
Posted on 6 December 2014 | 8:23 am
Discovering São Paulo
If a plastic surgeon does a bad job reconstructing a cl […]... read more
Posted on 29 November 2014 | 1:36 am
Check out my photography site A Portrait of Recife. It's a collection of street photography from Recife. Here are some snaps...... read more
Posted on 19 November 2014 | 1:36 pm
I would like to talk toady about a topic that is very important to me, feminism. Some people hate the word, some people are afraid of the word, many people have a very different perception of feminism... read more
Posted on 13 November 2014 | 5:54 am
So, I’m not sure what the big whoop is about Campos do Jordão. We went this past weekend and it seemed to me that it was just like any of the other over commercialized small mounta... read more
Posted on 1 October 2014 | 10:02 pm
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