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Monday, February 21, 2011

THE ONE PLACE TO BUY IN BRAZIL














 North-Eastern Brazil is currently the focus of most international property investment and tourist development. It is where Brazilians head on holidays and boasts a yearly average temperature of 27 degrees and annual long sunshine, it enjoys the best climate in Brazil and its major cities offer a very stable investment environment.. Hotspots include Fortaleza, Natal, Recife, Salvador and Porto Seguro in Bahia.

For the next three days, we're going to run a special series of essays from property investment guru Ronan McMahon.
In these essays, Ronan (who comes to us courtesy of Pathfinder, the preferred real estate advertiser of IL) will discuss killer real estate deals in one of his favorite markets: Brazil’s northeast coast.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

BRAZIL: BEST TIME TO VISIT AND TRAVEL



Disclaimer:
Before I list the seasons and different regions in Brazil it should be noted that the Equator runs through the Northern region of the country.  Most areas are very nice ALL YEAR including the Northeast (which includes Bahia), the Amazon, even Rio de Janeiro to the South.  Typical four season models do not apply.




Brazil Travel: main destinations

Amazon (the rainforest)
Pantanal (for bird and animal life watching)
Iguassu Falls (the world largest waterfalls)
Rio de Janeiro (the capital of fun and beach life)
Salvador da Bahia (musical and beach life in an afro-american style)
Bahia, Fortaleza, Recife: hubs for TOP WORL tropical beaches
Sao Paulo (the business and industrial heart of Brazil)
Brazil's South (Florianopolis, Santa Catarina and other south destinations)



Tuesday, February 15, 2011

HOW TO SUCEED IN NEW LIFE ABROAD


Why Expats Fail to Make a Go of a New Life Abroad

Escaping from the dull drudgery of our everyday lives is a dream increasingly shared by individuals from across the world.  It seems we all believe to some degree that the grass probably could be greener elsewhere!  New horizons beckon and suggest adventure and excitement, and so for many people the dream of moving abroad slowly but surely becomes a reality.
The chance to change our lives is a thrilling challenge, and the act of making a go of it abroad can lead to all sorts of new opportunities; however, for some people becoming an expatriate and an international citizen is not all it’s cracked up to be.
You definitely need a certain something to embrace the expatriate lifestyle in all its glory, but why do some people love living abroad whilst others return home with their tail between their legs?  Is it a case of integration issues or culture shock?  Is expat flu a reality rather than a myth, or are the problems that force expatriates to repatriate purely money orientated?
In this report we’re going to take a look at the most common reasons why expats fail to make a go of a new life abroad – so that you can protect against the same issues and mistakes.
             

Friday, February 11, 2011

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO TRAVEL TO BRAZIL



Someone recently emailed me asking for travel requirements. Here is my response.
Here is an example of what the visa looks like.

You need a passport and visa (click here to get both) to travel to Brazil if you are a US citizen. You apply for your passport through the Post Office. The visa is a stamp the goes in your passport. You can get a Brazil visa at the Brazil Consulate for the state that you live in. (Click here to see list of countries that do not need visas, Trinidad for example) You do not have to appear in person, you can send your passport and visa application in the mail and the Brazil Consulate will mail it back to you.


I will put more detailed instructions on visa &

Thursday, February 10, 2011

باهيإ MOOR INFO: RELOCATION INFO FOR MUSLIMS IN BRAZIL

islam brazil


Hey I recently shared some resources I have come across over the past few years living abroad with a brother living in the UK.  Just wanted to make a blog post for anyone else with similar concerns.




Between You and Bilal Mubarak
Bilal Mubarak February 10 at 10:21am
As salaam alaikum brother, how is brazil? is there a strong muslim community there? would you recommend brazil?

Sunday, February 6, 2011

IEMANJA/YEMAYA FESTIVAL IN BAHIA, BRAZIL 2011



Here is some footage of the Procession for Yemaya recorded February 2nd, 2011 in Salvador, Bahia - Brasil.

Truly Magical Event. Pretty cool to witness.

If you are interested in visiting Bahia, Brazil to witness events like this live go here: www.bahiabraziltours.com

Yemaya is an orisha, originally of the Yoruba religion, who has become prominent in many Afro-American religions. Africans from what is now called Yorubaland brought Yemaya and a host of other deities/energy forces in nature with them when they were brought to the shores of the Americas as captives. She is the ocean, the essence of motherhood, and a protector of children.
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