I have been staying here for a few months and I like it. The one thing that I like the most is the Brazilian weather. In wintertime it gets a little bit chilly in the evenings, and you have to wear a jacket for a few nights, but on all other days the weather is just perfect. I mean it is not as hot as weather in Thailand where you sweat profusely all day.
You can walk outside in the street during the day and it's hot, but it's not super hot. You don't sweat, you enjoy the sun touching your skin.
I was shopping today and I must tell you, Brazilians are out of whack. They have minimal wages, and you see sports shoes in mall that cost $500. You see that these people are insane. They just add 50 % to the market price of everything that is imported. Even Europe has better prices, Thailand. But Brazilians import everything and they just add 50 % margin.
I mean there is something really wrong with these people. They never heard of electric brushes, but then they sell Mizuno sneakers for like $500. INSANE, get the fuck out of here...
I have been staying here in Brazil for the six months and here is my experience. Some people may disagree and some people might not. The biggest problem I see in Brazil is that the economy is too proud of itself. This is a weird statement but let me explain. I have traveled all over the world and in every freaking country they have electric toothbrushes. I’m talking specifically about oral b toothbrushes from Braun company. This is a German company and I would say all of the countries I visited before carried these electric toothbrushes.
Here are some more pictures from my travel in Brazil. I like it, it is not bad. But I miss my Thailand. Brazilians are too similar to us, Europeans. Not so nice as Thai people. But learning Portuguese is much easier then Learning Thai. That is for sure.
Also the weather is pretty cool. Today and yesterday it is even too cold if you ask me. I think I am getting a cold.
SO here are few shots I took with my Iphone, hope you enjoy it.
I just find out that I could die here in Brazil. I was playing with this small spider and taking pictures of it in detail. I also took a video with my iPhone. As you know you have to come close to the object when you're taking a video with iPhone. So I was like an inch or two away from this spider that you can see in the video. Then I showed the video and pictures to another person who is actually the owner of the house where I have found this spider. He said that I came very close to death.
I have just arrived to Rio De Janeiro Brazil. I am travelling further to Brasilia. I am posting few shots. I am still making money online. I came to Brazil for new inspiration. Because Brazil is a very spiritual country.
Hi people, greetings from Rio de Janeiro airport. The weather is cool but not cold, perfect, the air is a little bit humid. I have never been in South America, even though my grandfather lived here, in fact he lived in Venezuela, Caracas until he died like 30 years ago. The poor guy was hit by a car.