January 2022 ~ WalkBrazil4K Travel Blog
  • Brasilia,Brazil

    Eixo Monumental

  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    Christ The Redeemer

  • Sao Paulo,Brazil


Sunday, January 30, 2022

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We all want to shoot 4k videos and many of us can't afford to buy a go pro camera but don't stress yourself because we have some good action cameras or let's call them the go pro alternatives

They are cheap and they shoot awesome 4k videos as you can see in the video below I used one of these cameras to shoot the 4k video

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Friday, January 28, 2022

We have 2 major ride-sharing apps in Brazil

In Brazil you might not really need a car but if you live in a very big city like Brasilia you would definitely need a car or if you are into the delivery business like me you would surely need a car but the transportation system in Brazil is awesome and if you decide not to buy a car you would be fine for sure

We have 2 major ride-sharing apps in Brazil they are uber and the Brazilian version called 99

Uber is known worldwide and it is fast but my problem with uber is that they cancel a lot and they make you pay, heck I lost a lot of money to uber and their crazy drivers they waste your time and they cancel and still make you pay, I had to remove the damn app

99 this is awesome I have not had any issue since I have been using this app, the ride could take 5-7mins but the driver would always come and they don't do anyhow like uber and their customer care service is top-notch and if you are overcharged by a driver they would refund you, so it is 99 for me, so you can download 99 when you are in Brazil and enjoy your ride

Why do we have wicked leaders in Africa

Most times I just sit down and think about Africa and about how wicked the so-called people that govern us are, governance is not rocket science, and the people they are let me say ruling is their people and not foreigners, I mean their people the same people that voted for them the same people that gave them that power and I begin to ask myself why do they get there and turn to the devil?

Look at other countries in the western world they take care of their people and especially their elderly and I would always use Brazil as an example they take care of their people and the elderly

They give their people free education and free health care and this is why the average Brazilian is not frustrated and they help their people in many ways even with free food

In Africa People struggle to pay for school fees in private schools trust me your best private school can't beat a good public school in Brazil and even your private university can't beat a public Brazilian university and it is free and the funniest part those so-called leaders attended free public schools

The funniest part is that we have the money in Africa, look at Nigeria for example and Congo they are rich but their people are still suffering

Is it that the black man is just wicked to his own people? I don't just get it What do you think guys?

Thursday, January 27, 2022

It is very easy to raise a family in Brazil

Family is the most important thing in life and one thing that they love the most In the whole of South America is family (familia) so this is why I wanted to come down here because they love family and in Brazil they don't joke with the mother of the house and the kids

Bringing your family to Brazil would be the best decision that you would ever make because they would love it, we don't have segregation in Brazil all kids are the same, black, white, brown, Indian we are all Brazilians

And the best part is that you won't worry or stress much because education is free and health care is free, imagine taking that school fees burden off your head, lol and here is  the best part they would give your kids food at school and the government also gives reading materials and you buy some, lol, is brazil not wonderful, what are you waiting for bring your family down and give your kids an awesome future and kids love youtube Internet is cheap and they can watch youtube all day. lets go

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

How to get Google AdSense Approval in 24-48 hours

It is a good feeling when you get that email from Google telling you that you can start making money from your site, it feels so good because writing is not easy at all, so this is how I got my AdSense approved in 24-48hours

Getting your AdSense approved in 24-48 hours is not hard and the reason why most people think that it is hard is that they focus on making money and their mind is always on the money that they would be getting from AdSense, lol, I know we all love money but the goal should be for you to do what you love and as you know my blog is a travel blog about brazil and I love Brazil and I am passionate about brazil so I just keep on writing and I never get tired and in fact, I have a lot of articles in my draft that I have not even posted yet.

I use to see a lot of posts of people complaining about AdSense and how AdSense is not approving their site and I mostly find out that people are more focused on getting money from Adsense instead of putting In work To make it all easy at the end and In this article, I would be telling you how to put in work and get the good news from AdSense in the end.

The first thing you need to understand is that you need a lot of patience and if you are someone without patience AdSense might not be for you because it takes time, I waited for so long because I did not want to be rejected by AdSense

Secondly  is that you need to allow your site to be at least 6months old, yes 6months

You need to buy a domain, you can buy any cheap domain

Your site has to be indexed on google and bing

Your site needs to have over 10k views

You need to write a lot of unique articles yourself and don't copy and past

You need to write a lot of articles because I got AdSense approval with a lot of articles, I had over 300 articles before I applied a few days ago and I got approved in 48hours

So those points above are the main points and what you need to get approved in 24-48 hours

Many of you already know the steps but here is what I did

You have to verify your identity and enter your payment details and you also have to verify your phone number

I connected my AdSense to my site by placing the code on my site

I use a  free theme

I chose auto ads because I don't have time to stress myself

So these are the main steps to apply once and get it, instead of applying multiple times

That was all I did and after 48 hours I got an email telling me that my site is ready to show ads and like I said all you need is patience, write about what you love and let money not be at the forefront of what you are doing and in the end you would be happy because all your work and patience would not be in vain, so follow those steps and you would get approved in 24-48 hours, Finally please support me by subscribing to my youtube channel below, Thank you and Boa Sorte(Good Luck)

Saturday, January 22, 2022

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ATM's in Brazil always use Bio-metrics

In my home country your mum could give you her card and her pin and you can go to the nearest atm and make a withdrawal for her but in Brazil it is different, you cant withdraw for someone because all bank ATMs have biometric features.

Itau bank uses your finger while Bradesco uses your palm

I have seen old people in wheelchairs being brought down to the atm spot because they can't send their kids to withdraw for them and the banks in Brazil did this to save themselves from paying stolen money

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

emergency service numbers in Brazil

If you are visiting brazil and you have some issues and you need help here are the numbers to call and help would be on the way like I told you all before emergency services work perfectly in brazil

Man finds piles of cash on the road

 Who hasn't dreamt of finding piles of money on the road, everything is possible in Venezuela

Monday, January 17, 2022

The Wonderful meaning of the Brazilian flag

The flag of Brazil (Portuguese: Bandeira do Brasil), is a blue disc depicting a starry sky (which includes the Southern Cross) spanned by a curved band inscribed with the national motto "Ordem e Progresso" ("Order and Progress"), within a yellow rhombus, on a green field. Brazil officially adopted this design for its national flag on November 19, 1889 — four days after the Proclamation of the Republic, to replace the flag of the Empire of Brazil. The concept was the work of Raimundo Teixeira Mendes, with the collaboration of Miguel Lemos, Manuel Pereira Reis and Décio Villares.

The green field and yellow parallelogram from the previous imperial flag were preserved (though slightly modified in hue and shape). In the imperial flag, the green represented the House of Braganza of Pedro I, the first Emperor of Brazil, while the yellow represented the House of Habsburg of his wife, Empress Maria Leopoldina.A blue circle with white five-pointed stars replaced the arms of the Empire of Brazil — its position in the flag reflects the sky over the city of Rio de Janeiro on November 15, 1889. The motto Ordem e Progresso is derived from Auguste Comte's motto of positivism: "L'amour pour principe et l'ordre pour base; le progrès pour but" ("Love as a principle and order as the basis; progress as the goal").

Each star, corresponding to a Brazilian Federal Unit, is sized in proportion relative to its geographic size, and, according to Brazilian Law, the flag must be updated in case of creation or extinction of a state. At the time the flag was first adopted in 1889, it had 21 stars. It then received one more star in 1960 (representing the city-state of Guanabara), then another in 1968 (representing Acre), and finally four more stars in 1992 (representing Amapá, Roraima, Rondônia and Tocantins), totalling 27 stars in its current versions. 


The precise positions of the 27 in all stars on the globe make the Brazilian flag one of the most complicated national flags to construct. The official design is defined by law no. 5,700, issued on 1 September 1971.[9] The flag's length is twenty modules and the width, fourteen, translating into an aspect ratio of 10:7. The distance of the vertices of the yellow rhombus to the outer frame is a module and seven-tenths (1.7 m). The blue circle in the middle of the yellow rhombus has a radius of three and a half modules (3.5 m). The center of the arcs of the white band is two modules (2 m) to the left of the meeting point of the extended vertical diameter of the circle with the base of the outer frame. The radius of the lower arc of the white band is eight modules (8m) and the radius of the upper arc of the white band is eight and a half modules (8.5 m). The width of the white band is a half of a module (0.5 m).

The caption "Ordem e Progresso" is written in green letters. The letter P lies on the vertical diameter of the circle. The letters of the word "Ordem" and the word "Progresso" are a third of a module (0.33 m) tall. The width of these letters are three-tenths of a module (0.30 m). The conjunction E has a height of three-tenths of a module (0.30 m) and a width of a quarter of a module (0.25 m).

The stars are of five different sizes: first, second, third, fourth and fifth magnitudes. They are drawn within circles whose diameters are: three-tenths of a module (0.30 m) for the first magnitude, a quarter of a module (0.25 m) for the second magnitude; a fifth of a module (0.20 m) for the third magnitude, a seventh of a module (0.14 m) for the fourth magnitude, and a tenth of a module (0.10 m) for the fifth magnitude. 


Thursday, January 13, 2022

The difference between the corruption of The white man and The black man

I would Make it short and simple, the white man steals money and he would build the best hospital where he can be treated when he falls sick but the black man is so dumb and he would never do that he would instead take the money of his people to the white man's land to get treatment.

Yes, the white man is more corrupt than the black man, who helped Abacha move millions of dollars to Switzerland? The white man, Who kept the money in Switzerland for Abacha? The white man

Who steals oil on the high sea? The white man

Who steals resources in Africa? The white man

So the white Man is more corrupt, but when the white man steals money  he would not bring that money to Africa, he would take it to the caymans controlled by the same white man, lol

But the black man is corrupt and stupid, he steals money from his people and he takes that same money to the white man's country instead of investing that money in Africa

So I hope you can see the difference and like I said before the hospitality business that I am into would always mix with politics because this is why people in Africa are running to the white man's land because of corruption in Africa or the black man's corruption.

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

How to book a bus ride in Brazil

As you all know I love  traveling and what I do also involves traveling and Brazil is a very big market and I can travel all around Brazil and create great content even before I start traveling around South America

I love traveling by bus because it is more convenient and cheaper, Brazilian bus rides are awesome, full AC, TV, and free WiFi, so I always love traveling by bus and the best part is that most times the bus won't even have too many passengers.

So if you also love traveling by bus like me when you arrive in Brazil you can check  www.clickbus.com but you need to make sure you have your CPF but you can also buy your ticket at the bus terminal, enjoy your bus ride

Sunday, January 9, 2022

This is what Brazilian Garri called Farofa Looks Like

 Farofa is a toasted cassava or cornflour mixture. It is eaten mainly in Brazil. It can be found commercially produced and packaged but can also be prepared at home based on family recipes. Most recipes will also contain varying amounts of salt, smoked meat, and spices. The consistency of the mixture ranges from large grains the size of cracked bulgur wheat or couscous down to a table-salt-sized powder. Most farofa have a very smoky and slightly salty taste, by and large, used to accentuate the taste of meat, particularly barbecued meat and hearty stews.

In Brazil, where farofa is particularly popular, typical recipes call for raw cassava flour to be toasted with abundant butter, vegetable oil or olive oil, salt, bacon, onions, garlic, sausage, olives until golden brown. It is sometimes served as an accompaniment to Brazilian feijoada and Brazilian barbecue. In Brazil, farofa is also used in a stuffing for poultry and other dishes, usually containing raisins, nuts, and/or finely chopped sweet fruits like apples and bananas. In the state of Bahia, it is common for farofa to be prepared with dendê oil, giving it a stronger taste and a rich yellow coloring.

Farofa is served alongside the main course and can either be sprinkled on by individual diners to their taste before eating, or eaten as an accompaniment in its own right, as rice is often consumed. Besides cassava, corn meal is also used for farofa making.

In West Africa, a variant of cassava flour known as garri is used in various dishes. 

This is what Brazilian Cow Leg called Mocoto Looks Like

Mocotó is a Brazilian dish made from cow's feet, stewed with beans and vegetables. The name is derived from the Kimbundu mbokotó.

This dish is also popular in Portuguese cuisine, where it is known as mão de vaca com grão. The only difference in the Portuguese variation is the inclusion of chickpeas.

Mocoto was originally made in Angola and picked up by the Portuguese during their colonization of the southwestern African country. Brazil later adopted the dish and incorporated their own taste by adding vegetables. 

In Brazil, 17% of richest are black in 2016


NOTE: This article was written in 2016, I am sure that by now the number of rich black people in brazil would have risen to 30% or more

In 2005, black people amounted to 11% of the population, but From 2005 to 2015, the number of black people among the richest Brazilian increased from 11.4% to 17.8%. Nonetheless, the white population is still the majority. Eight out of every ten Brazilians are among the 1% richest portion of the population. On the other hand, among the poorest, three of every four are black. Over half of the Brazilian population (54%) is made up of people who are black or pardo (seen in the same category as “black”). Of every ten people, three are black women.

The data were released Friday (Dec. 2) by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) in the Summary of Social Indicators – An Analysis of the Living Conditions of the Brazilian Population


According to the IBGE, the figures have to do with education, to which the black population is not given access as easily. In 2015, even though the number of blacks at the university doubled, driven by affirmative actions, a mere 12.8% of them went to university, whereas whites in an undergraduate program reached 26.5% of the total in the same year.


This is what Brazilian Eko called Acaca Looks Like

Acaçá (from Yoruba: àkàsà, also known as eko) is a ritual food central to ceremonies of Afro-Brazilian religions, specifically to Candomblé rituals. It is found in the states of Bahia, Pernambuco, Rio Grande do Sul, and Rio de Janeiro. Pai Cido de Osun Eyin stated that "life  is sustained, and is renewed with the ritual offering of acaçá." It has at least two variations: a similar dish made of black beans (acaçá de feijão-preto) and a drink (acaçá de leite) also used in Candomblé rituals.

Acaçá is the only ritual food required in Candomblé; it is offered to all the orixás in the Candomblé pantheon. Acaçá made of white corn is offered to Oxala; that made of yellow corn is offered to Oxossi.

Racism Man Ask for 1 million Reais: Accused of stealing a bag In Zara Brazil

Accused of stealing a backpack at Zara, he asks for R$ 1 million in compensation 'to discourage racism'

Fernandes Júnior was taken from the bathroom by security, who wanted him to 'return' the backpack he had just bought.

The black man who was removed from the bathroom at Shopping da Bahia, in Salvador, after being accused of stealing a backpack he bought at the Zara store, will file a damages action in the order of R$ 1 million against the store and the mall.

According to information from Fernandes Júnior's lawyer, Thiago Thobias, the action will be filed next week, when the Judiciary returns from the end of the year recess.

The defense of Fernandes Júnior, who is from Guinea-Bissau, a country located on the African continent, believes that only financial compensation can prevent new practices of racism at the store.

     "Only a high value indemnity will be able to discourage the authors of repeated practices of racism. The educational and punitive character must be enough to prevent such practices from being repeated", said the lawyer.

According to Thobias, the amount needs to be enough to "economically shake a company the size of Zara", and thus avoid other crimes of racism

psychological shock

On Tuesday (4), the g1 spoke with Fernandes Júnior. He revealed that he asked the court for the company and the shopping center to promote educational actions that preach respect for black people.

"I just hope that justice is done and that the perpetrators of this type of inhuman violence pay for their mistakes. I know that nothing will pay and erase this humiliation, but I hope this is a measure that makes them rethink, and that helps so that it doesn't happen to other people anymore," assessed Luís.

"I'm not okay at all. It was a seconds situation that ended everything I've built up over time."

remember the case

The crime took place on December 28th. Luís has lived in Bahia for seven years and said he was at Zara's store looking for a new backpack, which he saw online. After finding the backpack he wanted, he left it at the checkout and left the store to get the money.

Upon returning to Zara, he paid for the item and then left with the purchase and the invoice. In a hurry, because he needed to get home quickly, in the metropolitan region of Salvador, he left his change at the till and went to the bathroom, where he was approached by security.

    "He stayed behind me. At first, I didn't care because I had no idea it would be me. Then he came up to me and said: 'I want you to return the backpack you stole from Zara's store now.' I replied that I had bought the backpack and I even said that I had the receipt, but he refused to listen and insisted that I return it", he said at the time.

Afterward, the security guard – who did not have his identity disclosed – took the backpack from Luís's hand and walked down the hall.

"I got very nervous and went arguing down the hall after him. When we got back to the store, I looked for the guy who attended to me and asked him whose backpack was. The attendant replied that it was mine, that I had bought it. was embarrassed," recalled the victim.

Even with the situation explained by the store attendant and the proof of payment for the backpack, the security guard refused to return the backpack to Luís.

    "I pulled his backpack out of his hand and he ignored me, walked away. I went after him, disgusted, and asked: 'I want to know who is responsible for you so I can understand the reason for this type of approach'".

"Then I met the person in charge of security, and I asked, 'Can you tell me what kind of training, education, or education you give security guards? If it were a white man, would he have the guts to go into the bathroom and do this? Accuse me? of robbery, take me out of the bathroom, me with the receipt in my hand?".

Still, Luís reported that he was treated with disdain by the head of security. He then said that he knew of his rights.

"I told him: 'I'm not a layman, I'm not stupid. I have a degree in Human Sciences, a licentiate, and I'm doing two postgraduate courses, one of them in Gender and Human Rights. I know what racism is and what you are doing. At that moment, his face changed and he lowered his head".

    "I felt humiliated for being black. It was like he killed me and left me on the street anyway. It hurt a lot. And in no time they apologized. I arrived home devastated, with a severe headache."

At the time of the crime, Zara said in a note that it removed an employee from the store.

Zara also informed that it is investigating the details of what happened and that it regrets the episode, "which does not reflect the company's values". At the same time, Shopping da Bahia said that the security guard had not complied with the mall regulamentos regulations, by answering the store funs employees request.

He also said that he does not condone any discriminatory act and that he "will include images of this fact in internal training to prevent them from happening again".


Wednesday, January 5, 2022

This is what Brazilian Moi Moi called Abara Looks Like

Abará is a ground black-eyed bean dumpling cooked in a bain-marie wrapped in a banana leaf. It is a typical dish of African cuisine and Bahian cuisine. It is also part of the ritual food of Candomblé. It is made with the same dough as the acarajé: the only difference is that the abará is cooked, while the acarajé is fried.

Tuesday, January 4, 2022

you can make money by selling African spiritual items in brazil

Brazil is a spiritual country they believe in ifa, yemoja, Ogun, and the rest, in fact, they carry am for head and they are proud, so here are some spiritual traditional African  items that you can sell in brazil to make money and they are

Pena de acodide(africana)

Iba igba lle ori Africano orixa vermelho Santo candomble, ifa

Erukere aluquere Africano candomble umbanda orixa ifa

Colar Africano rungebre candomble umbanda

Opon ifa tabua de jogo de buzios candomble

Black TV presenters in brazil

I am always happy when I see my black brothers and sisters on  TV presenting in brazil, it gives me joy. kudos

you can make money by selling kolanut in brazil

Do you know you can make money by selling kola nut and bitter kola in brazil, it  is called Obi Africano in brazil

Brazil is a spiritual country they believe in ifa, yemoja, Ogun, and the rest, in fact, they carry am for head and they are proud.

All kolas used in brazil come from Nigeria.

So selling kola is a big business in Brazil, look at the price of 10 pieces of kola nut, let's say its 90 reais if you remove money for delivery and that is 6500k naira


Monday, January 3, 2022

Brazilian president hospitalized with intestinal obstruction in Sao Paulo

I wish my president a quick and fast recovery, Boa Sorte Vá com Deus, Sr. Presidente


Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was taken to a Sao Paulo hospital for tests early Monday after experiencing abdominal discomfort, the government said in a statement.

The hospital where he was admitted, Vila Nova Star, said in a statement the president had an intestinal obstruction and was in stable condition. Bolsonaro is “doing well” and further information will be provided later, according to the government’s statement.

Bolsonaro posted a photo of himself on Twitter in the hospital bed, giving a thumbs up. He wrote that more tests will be done for possible surgery.

Bolsonaro, 66, has experienced a series of medical issues since he was stabbed in the abdomen on the campaign trail in 2018. At the time, the president was operated on by Dr. Antônio Luiz Macedo, whose team is overseeing his treatment in Sao Paulo. Television network Globo reported Macedo himself was on vacation in the Bahamas and awaiting a flight back to Sao Paulo.

The president was admitted to hospital in July for another intestinal obstruction, following days in which he appeared to struggle with speaking at times and said he suffered from hiccups that could go uninterrupted for days. At the time, he didn’t require surgery to recover.

Bolsonaro had been on vacation in southern Brazil and has no public appearances scheduled on Monday.


Book Your Rio,Brazil Holiday With Us

Book your holiday with us for 6days and have a fun, wonderful, and memorable week in the  wonderful city of Rio, Brazil, which includes 

 ✅Full city tour in Rio

 ✅Christ our redeemer tour 

 ✅White Sand Beach and Clear Waters of Arraial dos Cabo tour 

 ✅Clear Waters of Angra dos reis tour

✅Rio Cable Car Tour

✅Helicopter ride


 ✅Hang glider tour 


 ✅Sailing tour

We would also guide you on your visa application. 




Saturday, January 1, 2022

Beautiful Fireworks from Rio,Brazil 2022

 Welcome to 2022, may the Good lord Grant our heart desires this year. Amen