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Waterfall at Diamantina.
I would heartily recommend you try some of the “Brazilian” brands, a number of which are available, including Old Eight, Drury’s and Wall Street (which despite its name, is fully fledged Scotch and wins my taste prize).
Water lilies in Panantal.
Waterfall on Rio Novo, Jalapão, Tocantins, Brazil ~ By Augusto Froehlich
Waterfalls of Mares.
World’s Tallest Waterslide in Brazil…41 meters – 134 feet or about 12 stories.
Waves can get a bit big – surfing in Brazil
Waterfall: Cascata do Caraco Water Fall, by loletes Flickr
Waterfall, Cachoeira de São Romão, in Chapada das Mesas, Maranhão state. Photo by deltafrut
Whisky in Brazil: Brazilians are big whisky.
Fantastic Johnny Walker advert where the hills of Rio come to life as a giant Rock man and he simply walked away!
White Woodpecker: The woodpecker is call picapau and there are many varieties, the cartoon “Woody woodpecker“(picapau) is popular in Brazil.
The 1950 World Cup, held in Brazil, was the first to include British participants.
Windsurfing in Brazil.
Brazilian Wish Ribbons or “Lembranca do Senhor do Bonfim da Bahia,” as they are known in Brazil, have been in existence for many years. It is believed that they were created around 1792.They are worn as a fashion accessory as well as a good luck charm. All you need to do is tie the ribbon around your wrist with 3 knots. Make a wish for each of the 3 knots you tie. Once the Wish Ribbon wears out and falls off your wrist on its own, it is believed that the wish will be granted.