Travelling around the world without slip-ups: in this article, we show you twelve examples of do's and don'ts in Brazil to avoid missteps in the land of the samba.
All day dining
NON-STOP service in many restaurants
Ola tudo bem ?
Say: ' Ola tudo bem ? ' (Hi, how's it going ?), wherever you enter.
Avoid traps in bars
Do not ask for your second caipirinha until you have finished the first one. The cachaca (cane rum) takes a little time to hit you...
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Behind the wheel
It's red ! But running a red light at night is tolerated
There are only solutions
Dar um jeito = find a solution (Brazilians always have one)
On the beach
Don't go topless, but thongs are definitely allowed
At a Restaurant
Tips are already included, but still welcome
How to tan?
Don't lie down on the beach. Here, the locals tan sitting or standing !
Speak with your hands
Use your hands when you talk. Or just your thumb.
Surfing is King
Tonga or boardshorts, if you're not wearing surf shorts or trunks you're a gringo .
One = Two One dish is often enough for two.