the Jacui River flows into the Guaiba Lake, has many wee Island with unique bras. Flora and Fauna
Fondest memory: the Lake is quite big around 70km and you can have a boattrip around from the Port of P.A., one of the most beautiful City in Brasil
282 062 km2 one of the biggest state in the Republic of Brazil..one of the most loveable too. compassionate, friendly and outgoing the People from the South..Gauchos, Gauchas.
Acriculture, Cattle raising and Industry the backbone of RGS
Fondest memory: my fondest memory..sitting on a hot afternoon on the porch and drinking Chimarao..Mate Tea with Friends
if you are interested in this part of Brasil and of course the ceremony of preparing mate, have a look at the website in the next tip.
Erva Mate Tea, Cuja, hot..not boiling, water..and bomba, kind of metal straw with a gold mouthpiece.the cuja gets passed on with the left hand, for good luck and from the heart.
Fondest memory: very relaxing sit together with friends, chatting and also doing something for the digestive system ^..^...check the website.
situated at the Delta of the Guaiba River, Porto Alegre has been founded by the Portugues around 1740, the Capital of Rio Grande do Sul and place of many races, portugues, german, italien and polish immigrants and these languages are still spoken, but brushing up on you portugues is a good idea
Fondest memory: Porto Alegre..and Rio Grande do Sul Memorial Building, the Ipe Tree a real looker and the Sunsets, second to none
they married early, from 14 year on, had a bundle of kids and a lot of work. their life expectations was around 40 to 45 years.
Life on a Mission as I knew it has, thank god, changed dramatically. now the Native Indians are free to choose where to and how to live
she is a Kainga woman, one of the Indian tribes who lived in west of Rio Grande do Sul, have a look at the map....Guarani's lived more sporadic in this area, always travelling between the Countries of Brasil, Argentina and Paraguay.
Fondest memory: when I look at my photos, I think back and wonder what has become of the people I have lived and worked with for a period of my and their lifes.
I still have contact with the teacher you see on the pic but with the native Indians I have not, and my friends don't realy know what have become, when we left the mission.
we where 5, and worked together for 2 years, young and eager to do well in our first jobs. we had to grew fast, the enviroment was a little hostil, deep in the selva, low jungle area. around 50km from 'civilisation' getting there took as a half a day on unbelievable dirt roads, our Jeeps Willis unter real pressure, the tyres gave up more often then not......
less than 50 dollars Located in the fanciest neighborhood, this hotel offers breakfast,swimming...more
Rua Pedro Candiago 305, Gramado, State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Good for: Business
AV.THEREZINHA PAULETTI SAUVITTO,333 - DESVIO RIZZO
Good for: Solo