Interview with a Brazilian, how is the experience of an exchange? - Firenze - Italy

How is the experience of an Exchange? Today we are going to bring you a little bit of what the experience of studying abroad is like. To do this I will count on Thereza's help. Well, we met when she came to Brasilia to celebrate her sister's birthday. She participated in the “Science without Borders” program and had a great…

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Outburst - Brasilia - Brazil

There are 10.114 dead on 09/05/2020 (and rising), these only because of COVID-19. Did the victim curve go up enough for those who wanted to see the peak of the curve? How do you save the economy with dead workers? How do you attract foreign investors if you want to associate their image with death? They…

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South Africa. Interview with a South African. And there was an unexpected change in the middle of the interview.

Before I start I need to say that this interview was done entirely offhand. We didn't have time to think of a script and it was done only with willpower. At Lexiegh's own suggestion. She wanted something authentic! The best way to achieve this would be to do it like this, using a cell phone to record and…

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Banco Inter

1- Why do I recommend Banco Inter? If you need a Brazilian checking account, for any reason, whether it is because you live here in Brazil, or because of work, or to come to study, whether because of tourism, or to send or receive remittances from abroad to suggestion is that…

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The Eighth Continent

As promised in the last post, I will talk about the eighth continent. And Where is the Eighth continent? It stays over our heads. In Space, in Earth Orbit! In the search for satellite images in order to know the size of the fires in Brazil as a whole. That is, including the 6 main Brazilian biomes ...

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The Seventh Continent

What if I tell you that on our own (human beings) the Earth has gained a seventh continent? Yes, the news looks good, but unfortunately it is not. Because of the garbage accumulated in the oceans that are carried by sea currents and end up concentrated in a point in the Pacific Ocean between California and Hawaii ...

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A tribute to Notre-Dame

I don't know how to start this post, so I'll tell you what his idea is. It's paying tribute to Notre-Dame Cathedral, which was set on fire on April 15, 04. It is something that moved many people, in addition to the commotion and sadness that the fact brings. For me who was traveling to France with friends and…

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How to get around Paris?

As was promised in a previous post, the next time I went to talk about Paris I would bring some tips here for you. (The post where I make this promise is this one) Well then it's time to keep the promise. The first thing you have to do is define your starting point ...

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Why do the French twist their noses when you speak English and what has this to do with the Brazilians?

Today we will talk about languages ​​and why the French wrinkle their noses when we speak English with them. Well, almost all the people I talked to about France, and who have been there, always said two things: That there is a beautiful, wonderful place. And that the French wrinkle their noses if you ...

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How to iron without ironing

Hello guys, today is a quick tip that every first-time backpacker should know. When you put all your clothes in a backpack, suitcase, or luggage it often ends up crumpled up. And if you traveled only with hand luggage or as light as possible, you probably don't have an iron ...

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Tips on Gramado - Brasil

Today we will talk about this charming city that is in the south of Brazil. How to get? Gramado is about 120 km from Porto Alegre, the capital of Rio Grande do Sul. And unfortunately the city does not yet have an airport… To get there you can go by plane to Porto Alegre (POA) and from there by bus (R $ 32,00 from the terminal…

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Singapore and the secrets behind the chewing gum of 500 dollars

Well, if you follow this blog, then you already know how to get to Marina Bay Sands, To remember the post is here: https: //1aviagem.com / singapore-on-exhibitions-and-the-marina-bay-sands / But of course there is still a lot to be done about this country. So, this post is complementary to the previous one, with more curiosities, tips and places to visit. Trivia: The first thing you don't…

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