João Pessoa Local Customs

  • A Local and Exotic Fair in the North-East
    A Local and Exotic Fair in the...
    by RafaelTheSecond
  • São João festival
    São João festival
    by FrediKesselring
  • São João:food
    São João:food
    by FrediKesselring

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    YES IT IS TRUE

    by RafaelTheSecond Written Jun 30, 2005

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    A place like that would never be seen in Canada, in the USA and also in Europe, but in the far endings of Brazil you can perfectly see such an exotic fair just like this one I saw in a city not so far from João Pessoa.

    I was in Pedras de Fogo and had lots of fun in a local fair which divides two states of the Republic, Paraiba and Pernambuco.

    There you can see cow heads hanging in a fair stand, the local people do appreciate eating it....

    SECOND WEEK OF JUNE - 2005

    A Local and Exotic Fair in the North-East

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    Strange names for bars!

    by FrediKesselring Written Jun 20, 2004

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    Sometimes you can find small bars with horrible names...well, let me translate these names:The first one is"Barraca do pau mole", it means: "listless dick hut" and the next one: "Barraca do pau duro" , meaning: " Hard dick hut"

    Strange names for bars
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    Walking masseur

    by FrediKesselring Written Jun 11, 2004

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    "Who wants a relaxing massage?"
    Some masseurs wander about at night offering their massages, you pay about 3 dollars and you have a 20-minute-massage, wherever you are. Some people feel a bit embarassed, but it is so nice!!

    Night masseur
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    São João festival

    by FrediKesselring Written Sep 2, 2004

    São joão (Saint John) is a traditional festival, mainly in the North-east of Brazil. We have a 2-day-holyday and people dance a lt, eat regional food such as corn, "canjica", "pamonha", all made from corn. We have beautiful bonfires and music. Here, you can see children dancing at a school.

    S��o Jo��o festival
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    Clap instead of knocking

    by FrediKesselring Written Jun 8, 2004

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    If you go to a house and if it does not have a bell, local people clap the hands instead of knocking on the door. This habit made many foreign tourists laugh,but it is normal around here.

    Intermares Beach - flats
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    Eating crabs is delicious

    by FrediKesselring Written Jun 10, 2004

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    Eating crabs may sound disgusting to some people, but why don't you try it? go to a bar on the beach and eat crabs with coconut water...then tell me what you think about that custom.

    A delicious custom: eating crabs
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