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Observations and adventures of an American woman living in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, with her husband and dog. read more [Hits: 27 - 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: 29 - 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: 133 - Added: 13-08-10]http://becomebrazilian.blogspot....
Reflections on living and teaching English in Salvador, Brazil. read more [Hits: 31 - 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: 23 - Added: 20-11-12]http://braziliangringo.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: 54 - Added: 10-10-09]http://www.braziliant.blogspot.c...
Coconut Water is home to the thoughts and stories from an American expat living in Vitoria, Brazil with her multicultural family. After more than 9... read more [Hits: 21 - Added: 04-03-15]http://www.brynninbrazil.com/
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: 25 - Added: 11-11-12]http://createeducatedeviate.word...
My (often humorous) experiences as an English teacher, living and working in Sao Paulo. read more [Hits: 22 - Added: 01-07-11]http://creelinbrazil.blogspot.co...
The Panama Canal is easy (and cheap!) to visit on your own, especially with these tips.
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Posted on 29 May 2016 | 9:12 pm
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A stop in Agra seems mandatory to all first-time visitors coming to India, who perhaps are not so familiar with the name of this city but very eager to go to its most famous icon: the Taj Mahal. This ... read more
Posted on 27 May 2016 | 6:01 am
The Exploring Berry
Pretty much everything you think you know for certain, you don’t. Plan pee breaks, know where the nearest toilet is…at all times. My waist is becoming a distant memory. The amount of fuck... read more
Posted on 23 May 2016 | 11:47 am
Hi readers! It’s been a little while since my last entry and there are quite a few things to talk about today, so I thought I’d do today’s post as a kind of bulletin... read more
Posted on 19 May 2016 | 7:42 pm
I’m currently obsessed with an idea for a historical fiction novel and have spent the last week devouring books on colonial Brazil. (I know you’re jealous.) It’s been fascinating rea... read more
Posted on 17 May 2016 | 2:39 am
Brynn in Brazil
Let’s be honest here. Not too long ago the only Brazilian cities you knew about were São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. If you were really on top of things you knew that the capital is Br... read more
Posted on 30 April 2016 | 10:59 pm
Well the Olympic Games are coming to RIo in a couple of months and what better time to take a look at the Brazilian National Anthem. A symbol of this nation sung with such e... read more
Posted on 27 April 2016 | 10:24 pm
The sun only sets once in a day!
Efforts to impeach Brazil’s president accelerated this month as the country fell into full-blown crisis. But the congressional commission that …Continue reading →... read more
Posted on 29 March 2016 | 8:59 pm
I don’t really cook a lot when C travels, as I find it incredibly dull to cook for myself every evening. Instead I tend to make a big bath of ‘something’ on Sunday or Monday and then... read more
Posted on 24 February 2016 | 1:35 am
The Travelling Chopsticks
The second post in his series on Moving to Brazil, Christian Taylor reflects on lessons he’s learned so far from his first month in the country. Today marks one month since I arrived in Brazil. ... read more
Posted on 9 December 2015 | 2:27 am
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