Introducing beautiful Brazil
Brazil – brilliant beaches, bays, bars, and beautiful brazilian women.
Covering nearly 50% of the South American continent, the country is the world’s fifth-largest. Claimed for the Portuguese Empire in 1500, the state was ruled from Lisbon until achieving independence in 1822, when Rio de Janeiro became the country’s capital. Seen as an emerging global power, Brazil’s economy is the eighth-largest in the world, while the country has been the world’s major coffee producer since around 1770.
Evidence of human habitation dates back for more than 11,000 years, and by the time the country came under the Portuguese influence the population stood at around seven million. Today, the population is approximately 208 million, with the city of São Paulo having 21 million inhabitants, while the new capital Brasilia has a population of around 4 million.
Geography and some interesting places to visit
Ranging from 5 degrees north of the equator to 35 degrees south, and having an area of 8.5 million square kilometers, the country spans four time zones and is home to several different ecosytems. These include the Amazon rainforest, the world’s richest and most biodiverse, the Atlantic Forest and the great pine forests of the south. As with most of the planet, Brazil’s natural heritage is threatened by climate change, along with problems caused by development, air and water pollution, dams and mining, and the introduction of invasive species.
While the western regions of the country are bordered by Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay and Argentina, the south runs into Uruguay, and the north meets Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. The east of the country is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, which forms an extensive coastline measuring nearly 7.5 thousand kilometers – home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, including of course the famous Copacobana of Rio.
Brazil is home to the Amazon River, the world’s second longest and, by volume, the world’s largest. It’s also home to the Paraná River, another massive waterway, a tributary of which, the Iguaçu, takes a dive over the world’s largest waterfall located on the border with Argentina.
Composed of 26 federal states, the Brazilian government is democratic and has a presidential system, the current president being Michel Temer, and a legal system based on civil law. Suffering from a high rate of gun violence and homicide, the country has the world’s third-largest prison population. Brazil’s religion is largely Christian, with Roman Catholicism having a 65% share of the total, and Protestantism having just over 22%. Nearly 8% of the population has no belief in religion.
While Brazil’s health system is by no means one of the best in the world, 90% of the population receives good education, which means that – yes, we’re getting around to the inhabitants – your decision to meet one of the nation’s beautiful females is an excellent one!
Food – good stuff to eat!
The country’s national dish, Feijoada – a bean stew containing beef and pork – is a Portuguese invention, while a typical meal will include rice and beans, usually served with beef or salad, with a stack of chips and sometimes a fried egg. Popular snacks include a fried pastry, pastel, which is similar to the Spanish churros, and dipped into cups of steaming coffee or chocolate. The national drink, Cachaça, distilled from sugar cane, is the predominant ingredient in the cocktail Caipirinha.
So - what are the stereotypes of Brazilian females?
Think Latina. Think fiesta and carnival. Think of beautiful, sun-tanned bodies. Think of joie de vivre and a healthy zest for living and loving. Think bossa-nova, samba, syncopation and exuberance. It’s fun, fun, fun – all day, all night, all year round, with a few religious festivals thrown in for good measure. Too much or not enough? Well, this is something that only you can answer, and the best way to accomplish this is to visit this vibrant country.
Some of the world’s most beautiful women are hiding right here – in the major cities such as São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia, and on the endless beaches of golden sand. Dark hair, dark eyes, and honey-coloured skin are the to-die for attributes blessed upon these lovely Latina ladies. Brazilians are confident about themselves and about the way they look, so when you become mesmerised by their outstanding natural beauty, let them know how impressed you are – they won’t be embarrassed, but will appreciate your comments.
Friendliness is key to all Brazilians, and you’ll find it amazingly easy to start a conversation and buy a drink for one of these sensual senoritas, most of whom seem to have a smile permanently lodged on their lips. In contrast to the frigid customs of northern climes, Latinas and Latinos greet each other with two kisses – one on each cheek – even when meeting for the first time. So don’t get your knickers in a twist if your date spends a few minutes meeting and greeting her buddies in this alluring manner.
Are Brazilian women different to those from America or Europe?
Yes and no! Depends upon which part of the USA or Europe we’re talking about. If we’re thinking about the Latin quarters of New York City, or Latin-inhabited countries such as Mexico, Spain and Italy – then there’s not too much difference. If, however, we come from some little backwater in middle England, or a typically upright nation such as Germany, Sweden or the Czech Republic, then – yes – we’ll notice a definite change, an outpouring of warmth, good cheer and plenty of razamataz.
When talking about Brazilian ladies, the word ‘exotic’ readily springs to mind. If you’ve seen anything of the typical Brazilian Carnival, you’ll know exactly what we mean. They know how to move, they know how to groove, and they know how to look their stunning best. Rhythm is central to all Brazilians, it flows through their veins and reaches every part of their bodies, every centimetre of vibrant flesh. Top all this with the world’s most amazing smiles, the world’s most elastic bodies, and truckloads of flamboyance – and you have the sassiest girls, period.
What about love? What about marriage?
What about it? Who cares? Go with the flow, immerse yourself in the Latin tempo, and live a little. But, since you asked, here’s a little info about family life. As with all Latin people, Brazilian society revolves around the family. So, having found your beautiful honey-skinned Lolita, remember to impress her parents, grand parents, uncles and aunts, and anyone else who happens to be in the neighbourhood. Brazil has the world’s largest Catholic population, nearly 75%, so if you marry your Brazilian Beauty, the wedding ceremony will be a serious affair attended by the whole extensive family.
And .. .. .. and it’s good to know that the women of this incredible country are well-educated, highly ambitious, and usually employed in a skilled profession.
How to win the heart of a Brazilian female.
- Although it’s common for the man to lead the proceedings, don’t be surprised if some truly gorgeous girl smiles at you, approaches and asks you if you’d like a drink. It’s a Brazilian thing. Yep, it’s absolutely true. The Brazilians are some of the planet’s friendliest people, but they’re also firmly in control, and if you cause trouble and start to bother them, you’ll be put firmly in your place. As with all meetings, show respect, be polite, and you’ll be on the path to success.
- Your date will look absolutely stunning, so don’t let her down by turning up in tatty clothes. Without doubt, Brazilian girls are some of the most beautiful in the world, and although possessed of natural beauty, they still like to spend a lot of time on making sure they look immaculate – skin, hair, clothes, the works. So don’t turn up looking like a troll!
- It’s been said before and it’ll be said again. And again! Be cool, kind, and courteous, and remember that manners maketh man. Open the door and allow your date to pass through ahead of you. Pull the chair back for her and edge it forwards as she starts to sit down. Don’t cut into her conversation, whatever the topic, and show interest. Whatever it is she’s talking about, you’ll have to understand and remember all of it.
- The old-fashioned style of courtship is appreciated here. Your dazzling date will be looking forward to an evening in an interesting place – a romantic restaurant, a smooth bar, a refined nightclub, in other words a place where she will feel special.
- Be romantic. Maybe buy her some flowers, but remember someone will have to spend the evening lugging them round. So perhaps a small gift would be a better way of showing your interest. Above all, be natural, don’t goof it up by being obnoxious, macho, or over affectionate. Remember a little goes a long way. Of everything!
Now, tell me how to find a Brazilian woman?
At any given moment there are literally thousands of people searching through these profiles, and it’s therefore very important for your profile to be created in such a way as to stand out from the rest and attract the attention of others.
However, don’t write too much – no one wants to read an essay. A few lines should be enough, but make sure they are short and catchy, enough to tell the world who you are and what you want. You can also add a photo, or two.
Again, they should be the genuine article, not a photo-shopped version of a super hero. Remember, on the day of the BIG MEET your prospective partner will expect to see the same person they fell in love with when they read your dating site profile.