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  1. #2879
    Quote Originally Posted by Combo  [View Original Post]
    SP is going to be your best bet, just for sheer numbers if nothing else. Honestly, most of these groups are going to be fairly mixed in with the rest of the population. I used to bone a girl from SP whose Mother was of (East) Indian descent. But you never would have known she was anything other than typical Brasilian unless she told you that.

    There are a fair amount of Lebanese that immigrated to Brasil. They are mostly in S Paulo, but again they are typically pretty mixed with the rest of the population.
    SP was going to be my guess for that reason too. Just looking to check off a couple birds in one trip if I could. Thanks for the confirm though. Still looking forward to the massive variety of Brasil as a whole anyways.

  2. #2878
    Quote Originally Posted by MisterEMan  [View Original Post]
    I am making my very first trip to Brazil, and obviously looking forward to it (I am really looking forward to making some reports too). I have made a lot of planning and I just have one real hard hitting question left. I need me some Arab & Indian Brazilians. Where is a good place to try to find them? I know the major cities, RJ and SP have a fair population of both, but I am having absolutely no luck with my Google-Fu on exactly where. I am looking primarily in SP, but I will soak up any tips on location why'all want to give, as I'm not just going to be there. Thanks in advance everyone.
    SP is going to be your best bet, just for sheer numbers if nothing else. Honestly, most of these groups are going to be fairly mixed in with the rest of the population. I used to bone a girl from SP whose Mother was of (East) Indian descent. But you never would have known she was anything other than typical Brasilian unless she told you that.

    There are a fair amount of Lebanese that immigrated to Brasil. They are mostly in S Paulo, but again they are typically pretty mixed with the rest of the population.

  3. #2877

    Arab & Indian Brazilians.

    I am making my very first trip to Brazil, and obviously looking forward to it (I am really looking forward to making some reports too). I have made a lot of planning and I just have one real hard hitting question left. I need me some Arab & Indian Brazilians. Where is a good place to try to find them? I know the major cities, RJ and SP have a fair population of both, but I am having absolutely no luck with my Google-Fu on exactly where. I am looking primarily in SP, but I will soak up any tips on location why'all want to give, as I'm not just going to be there. Thanks in advance everyone.

  4. #2876
    Quote Originally Posted by Chezz  [View Original Post]
    I enjoy a Caipirinha when I'm in Brazil, but the sugar is literally killing me. Normally back home I order a Vodka & Soda with a lime and I'm good to go. Low calorie and zero carbs.

    On a recent trip to Rio I tried to order a Vodka & Soda (even tried saying Club Soda) and couldn't get anywhere. It was a nice restaurant and the waiter was fluent in English, but he had no clue what I was asking for.

    Does anybody know of a Brazilian version of a Vodka Soda? I've dropped 30 pounds so far, and I know when I return to Rio next week I'm going to be challenged. Thanks in advance!
    I love a Caipirinha too, so when I remember to carry Splenda with me in Brazil, I give them 2 packets, and it's perfectly fine. The taste is slightly different, but I wouldn't say it's worse than the insanely sweet concoction they normally make.

    Not going into the whole debate about the harm of artificial sweeteners vs. Sugar, but it you'd rather enjoy Caipirinhas while avoiding sugar, that's one way. Next time, I'm going to try it with Stevia, which is reputed to be a "natural" substitute, (whether it's healthier or not is another question). It's not as sweet as Splenda, though.

  5. #2875
    Quote Originally Posted by RioBob  [View Original Post]
    I noticed today that at least from my city and my timeframe airline prices dropped significantly on AA. This might not be the same for you but just giving a heads up. Hotels are at a good price also.
    I can second that, I'm surprised how everything is seemingly cheap right now. It wasn't always during past Julys / Augusts far as I can remember. While every Câmbio around town is giving shitty rates, I went to one of the quadruplets near Copa Palace that's handing out are $0. 10 above market value. Plus 4 x 4 is still running a promoção, no entry fee if you take a girl before 6:00 now, used to be 5:00.

  6. #2874

    Health Tests.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiradentes  [View Original Post]
    Looking for reliable clinics for STD's testing in either Rio or Sao Paulo. Something that offers confidential testing, and treatment if need be. I am not a citizen. So I will pay cash and have no plano de saude.

    Obrigado for any info.
    I have had testing done at a place near the International Supermarket on NS. Same side of the street. I thought it was better than similar places in the US and the drawing of blood was painless and quick. Results were available online shortly after the testing.

    https://www.sergiofranco.com.br/

  7. #2873

    Flying down to Rio!

    I noticed today that at least from my city and my timeframe airline prices dropped significantly on AA. This might not be the same for you but just giving a heads up. Hotels are at a good price also.

  8. #2872
    Quote Originally Posted by Mangera  [View Original Post]
    It would be helpful to the members if yo can share where or from whom you may have attained this disease. So that we stay away from that place or her. Thanks.
    Only thing about that is that some people have been known to post false information like that to keep people away from a chick they want to themselves.

    Besides that, most people would not care anyway. I had told guys about this midget in Thailand and I visibly saw a lot of bumps around her nether region. It was a good thing that I happened to look before I lept. I asked her what it was and she just got up and start putting her clothes back on and would not answer. Even after that, all those guys still wanted to fuck her.

  9. #2871
    Quote Originally Posted by Tiradentes  [View Original Post]
    Looking for reliable clinics for STD's testing in either Rio or Sao Paulo. Something that offers confidential testing, and treatment if need be. I am not a citizen. So I will pay cash and have no plano de saude.
    By Brazilian law, the clinic is required to post your name and STD on an on-line registry. (wink-wink)

  10. #2870

    Helpful

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiradentes  [View Original Post]
    Looking for reliable clinics for STD's testing in either Rio or Sao Paulo. Something that offers confidential testing, and treatment if need be. I am not a citizen. So I will pay cash and have no plano de saude.

    Obrigado for any info.
    It would be helpful to the members if yo can share where or from whom you may have attained this disease. So that we stay away from that place or her. Thanks.

  11. #2869

    Any information clinics for STD's testing

    Looking for reliable clinics for STD's testing in either Rio or Sao Paulo. Something that offers confidential testing, and treatment if need be. I am not a citizen. So I will pay cash and have no plano de saude.

    Obrigado for any info.

  12. #2868
    Quote Originally Posted by JavaMan  [View Original Post]
    You can try asking for Schweppes, maybe pronounced Schwep-P-EE. According to website, Schweppes sells club soda, and tonic in Brazil.

    http://www.schweppes.com.br/pt/produtos/
    I usually ask for Schweppes Indian tonic. I think there is a Schweppes soda water as well.

  13. #2867
    Quote Originally Posted by Chezz  [View Original Post]
    I enjoy a Caipirinha when I'm in Brazil, but the sugar is literally killing me. Normally back home I order a Vodka & Soda with a lime and I'm good to go. Low calorie and zero carbs.

    On a recent trip to Rio I tried to order a Vodka & Soda (even tried saying Club Soda) and couldn't get anywhere. It was a nice restaurant and the waiter was fluent in English, but he had no clue what I was asking for.

    Does anybody know of a Brazilian version of a Vodka Soda? I've dropped 30 pounds so far, and I know when I return to Rio next week I'm going to be challenged. Thanks in advance!
    You can try asking for Schweppes, maybe pronounced Schwep-P-EE. According to website, Schweppes sells club soda, and tonic in Brazil.

    http://www.schweppes.com.br/pt/produtos/

  14. #2866
    Quote Originally Posted by RioBob  [View Original Post]
    LOL I feel your pain! I used to drink same thing Vodka and soda with a piece of lime and yes Brazil has no concept of Club Soda. So what is club soda for the most part? Water with co2? Well Brazil has agua com gas, just order your vodka com agua com gas. Water with gas and you will be good to go, same thing, Saude!
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Vodka + Agua com gas + limao.
    Thanks gentlemen. Sounds like Vodka + Agua com gas is the way to go.

  15. #2865

    Other drink problems

    Caiprinha you can get in 50 different kinds in Brazil, but if you ask for a gin tonic you might encounter major problems (speaking in general in Brazil, not just Rio and São Paulo). Problems...

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