Well known all over the world for it’s beautiful beaches and landscapes, for the sun that shines through 365 days of the year, it’s vast fauna and flora and indescribable food. The country known for its smiley population…

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The mighty Olodum. One of the big names in Bahia is the theme of this week….

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Did you know on the 5th of May were celebrated the International Portuguese Language Day?

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South America’s largest country is set to be the next big thing, says David Prior, for its vibrant cuisine as well as its sport, samba and beaches. This vibrant moqueca, a thick seafood stew, hails from Bahia, the heart of Afro-Brazilian culture in the country’s north-east…

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I have found this nice infographic showing some numbers of 2015’s Carnaval.

When the year starts and after all celebrations, everybody gets ready to the 365 days ahead. Work, school, holiday trips, new house, new car…

I don’t think so….
It still party time, why?
Because is coming the…

CARNAVAL!!

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Small, easy to carry, fewer strings and a beautiful sound. Present in any Samba circle, the Cavaquinho, along with the 7-strings or 6-strings guitar and the Banjo, is the leader of Samba’s harmony. I have been playing Cavaquinho since I was 11 years old and honestly, I have never looked up to its history. But now I have encountered some really good information about it….

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Cook of the week

May 3, 2017 — 2 Comments

The cook of the week! Samba’s best friend (in any party). FEIJOADA! If you already know, good! If you don’t, I dare you to try and give me the feedback! Have fun

credits: http://www.sbs.com.au

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