Monday, September 06, 2010

BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK

BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK Yesterday was BRAZIL DAY 2010 in New York.
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK The streets were filled with dancing.
Especially 46th street.
You HAVE to wear green and yellow on Brazil Day ya know...
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK Brasilieras are some of the most naturally beautiful people on the planet tudo bom!
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK Bodaciousness comes naturale...
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK Hair?
Lots of hair...
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK Fun! Does anyone have as much fun like Brasilieras?
I doubt it.
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK Buy buy buy!
Get ready for carnevale now even if it is in February!
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK I shoulda bought this tank top...
And this sarong - only $20 bucks...
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK Havianas...
I did buy something to eat...
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK I bought this...
What is it?
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK I did not buy this!
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK I did not buy any Baiana vatapa -a dish from Bahia made from bread, shrimp, coconut milk, finely ground peanuts and palm oil mashed into a creamy paste.
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORK The lines were sooooo long.
BRAZIL DAY NEW YORKThis Biana grandmother was making it on the spot




20 comments:

  1. Hi Carol, sorry that I missed you this summer. We have been in NY but are now leaving to go back to Paris Thursday.

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  2. Hi Carol, the "thing" u bought calls PASTEL =) I love read your blog, I live at Marne La Valle (Eurodisneyland)just next Paris =) Im brezilian, and I love read u and after go take a coffee or tea where u describe here! Congratulations ! great blog ever!

    bisous

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  3. Love Brazil!
    Carmen Miranda!
    My early work was inspired by
    Carmen Miranda--and I was on stage one year for Brazil Day on
    West 46 Street!

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  4. Olá! Sou brasileira e moro no Brasil. Adoro seu blog e o vejo com frequencia. Parabéns pela cobertura do Brazil`s day in New York!

    Vo c~e deveria vir ao Brasil e conhecer de perto nossa cultura e nossas cores!

    Abraços,

    Isabelle ( www.noolhodabelle.blogspot.com)

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  5. This makes me feel like booking a flight out to Brazil! Such fun, Braziliens seem like the coolest party people.

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  6. ooowwww.....


    how cool is this celebration!

    :-)

    well
    truthfully

    i enjoy most parties
    that include
    any sort of Fried Bread Snacks....

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  7. Carol, you made me so jealous!
    I saw the ads for this party but I am too far away from NY. So sad!
    It looks like a fun event to walk around, see the people, enjoy the wonderful food and dance.
    Did you find any Brazilian there to flirt with? Hope so! They are very warm!
    Thanks for sharing a bit of my country with the world.

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  8. Well, that is one hot post, Carol!

    Would have loved the tank-top and the sarong and wished for the food lines to be shorter too!

    Those dachshunds are so sweet - bet, they felt safer in that buggy than walking around, being Samba-ed on.

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  9. Well, that is one hot post, Carol!

    Would have loved the tank-top and the sarong and wished for the food lines to be shorter too!

    Those dachshunds are so sweet - bet, they felt safer in that buggy than walking around, being Samba-ed on.

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  10. M. in Paris10:43 AM

    bonne idée d'aller au Brésil ! parfait pour le reporter Carol !

    A+C++++++++++++++++++

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  11. This looks like so much fun! And once again, I'm going to have to raid the refrigerator.

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  12. I would have liked to have gone to that!

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  13. Coincidence! My dentist was there yesterday ( and thank heaven back today to treat my dental emergency) for Brazil day and we swapped stories about Puerto Rican day and Brazil day in NY. I think the pain meds may b interfering with my communication skills.

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  14. CarolG:

    Your photo's made me feel like I was there with you, at one point you had such a perfect close shot of the food, if this was virtual media, we could have taken a bite.

    The weather looked nice and hot. Sweet dogs in the carriage, nice thoughtful owner. Can you image the little paws on the hot New York streets, that you can fry an egg on--Ouch!

    cheers,
    Joanny

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  15. Anonymous7:24 PM

    Nice photos.
    Brasileiras, not brasilieras...

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  16. I would love to go there just for the food! :) Great post!

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  17. Tudo bem! ... including your post! :-)

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  18. Valéria7:28 PM

    Another great post about Brasil! Yes, Brasil is spelled with the letter "S"...lol

    Thanks for bringing me back to my roots!

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  19. ADRIANA9:37 AM

    Lindo, lindo, lindo,...
    I love your blog.
    Thanks for sharing these pics with us(brazilians).

    Beijos!!!!

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