September 2021 ~ WalkBrazil4K Travel Blog
  • Brasilia,Brazil

    Eixo Monumental

  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    Christ The Redeemer

  • Sao Paulo,Brazil


Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Normal To See Women Wearing Mini Skirts In Brazil

I talked about bum shorts in my previous article and some people from my home country was surprised, lol and some even came for me and they said I am supporting immorality and I did my best to explain to them that it is freedom and that women are free in Brazil and they have the freedom to dress the way they like as long as they are not walking naked on the road.

Well to shock you more in Brazil women wear mini skirts or let me call it skimpy and nobody blinks yes people look and you can admire if you want or get pissed but it ends there unlike in my country where the woman would be molested and harassed and they would even go as far as trying to strip her naked, but in Brazil, nobody can dare try such and guess what Brazilian men love it and they are not complaining so why should I.dodon't forget that I am just a V-Blogger telling you what to expect when you visit Brazil so you would be surprised like me when I landed in write up is to educate newbies coming to Brazil, God bless Brazil

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Abortion Is illegal in Brazil

If you read my previous write-ups I told you guys that Brazil is a family-oriented country with family values and forget what you hear about Brazil and the way women dress does not mean they don't have family values, in this part of the world dressing does not define your personality, it is just like tattoos, in Brazil tattoos are just body art but in Africa or in my country the police would arrest you for tattoos and even dreadlocks.

Abortion in Brazil is a crime, with penalties for 1 to 3 years of imprisonment for the pregnant woman, and 1 to 4 years of imprisonment for the doctor or any other person who performs the fetus removal procedure on someone else.

In Brazil they love kids and they don't joke with kids and Brazil is one of the countries where abortion is illegal, they don't allow it but I have read some comments online where people say the rich Brazilians always have abortions because they can afford it, I don't know if the story is true, I am just talking based on what I know about the Brazilian law, and remember health care is free so if you get pregnant you don't need to worry about hospital bills, The life of every child matters in brazil.

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

You can't beat the Brazilian happiness level

These guys are out of this world, In Brazil, I got to know  that happiness is free and it all depends on you, In Brazil, they don't wait to have all the billions to be happy, the rich and the poor enjoy their lives, I talked about it in my previous write up, about the price of beer

The price of a can of beer is as cheap as a can of Coca-Cola

I have traveled to a few countries and I have had a few culture shocks, but the Brazilian one hit me the most lol and this is why everyone is Brazilian because Brazil is a spirit, we have different races that are Brazilians, Brazil is mixed. the Brazilian diversity is their strength while in some countries it is their weakness, you would see a Japanese Brazilian. 

No beer no Brazil

Whatever you do please don't mess with a Brazilian man's beer, because beer is life in Brazil, after working 10-4 you need to relax your bones. In Brazil, you can drink your beer anywhere, not inside a church though, or in front of a police station lol. you can drink your beer inside a bus.

Men and women drink aside from the ones that don't drink for religious reasons, health reasons, personal reasons, or underage kids.

If you come to Brazil you need to enjoy the culture ever since I started following the culture, I just want to live life because that is the Brazilian way and living life does not mean you won't work hard I told you In Brazil you don't need to be a rich man to enjoy, The rich and poor we all shop in the same place, hey even the Brazilian president drinks beer, lol. The Brazilian president goes for a swim, this is why I love Brazil, life is too short, enjoy it.

Monday, September 20, 2021

I was at the Brazilian independence day celebrations in Brasilia 2021

I was at the Brazilian independence day celebrations in Brasilia the capital of Brazil and a lot of Brazilians are very passionate and proud of their country and the crowd was massive and the celebrations was also turned into a pro president Bolsonaro protest as well and I don't want to go into Brazilian politics, enjoy the pictures and videos and below is some history about the Brazilian independence I copied from Wikipedia

The Independence Day of Brazil commonly called Sete de Setembro (Seventh of September is a national holiday observed in Brazil on 7 September of every year. The date celebrates Brazil's Declaration of Independence from the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves on 7 September 1822.

In 1808, French troops commanded by Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte invaded Portugal as a retaliation for the Iberian country's refusal to participate in the trade embargo against the United Kingdom. Fleeing persecution, the Portuguese monarchs transferred the Portuguese Court from Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro, then capital of Colonial Brazil. In 1815, Prince Regent John VI created the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves, elevating Brazil to the rank of kingdom and increasing its administrative independence. Brazil, Portugal, and Great Britain were the three major contributors to the Independence of Brazil all three motivated by the circumstances peculiar to each.[1] Brazil's Independence was ultimately won through diplomacy after three years of war against Portugal

political revolution erupted in Portugal in 1820, forcing the royal family to return. John VI's heir, Pedro, Prince of Brazil, remained in Brazil. In 1821, the Portuguese Assembly demanded Brazil to return to its former condition of colony and the return of the heir prince to Portugal. Pedro, influenced by the Rio de Janeiro Senate (Senado da C├ómara) refused to return on 9 January 1822, a date which became known as Dia do Fico (I'll Stay Day)




Tuesday, September 7, 2021

It is Normal To See High School Kids Hug And Kiss In Brazil

As someone that passed through secondary school in my home country, I am not surprised, but the difference here is that they do it openly without fear, back then when I was in secondary school at least boys and girls used to do it codedly, but in Brazil, on the road, you would see boys and girls Hugging and kissing, the only difference I see here is that we hide and do ours while they do theirs openly and these kids are mainly kids in government secondary schools because I have not seen kids from private schools do this, so don't be surprised when you come To Brazil and see this, Brazil is a free country.