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Brazil - Starlet Haven



Sao Paulo, Brazil - What made me excited about going to this place is the comment in one blog that people just go here to eat :) Yes, for a food lover like me this is good enticement. Go to Brazil for the best food!

Aside from the good food, of course, pictures of sexy women in two-piece bathing suits playing beach volleyball really made me giddy with excitement to go to Brazil. Yes, Brazil - the land of Gisele B√ľndchen and Havianas. Go na itoh :)
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But it's not an exaggeration; it's really a place full of beautiful people. I think there are more gorgeous women here than men (straight girls also observed this). From the plane en route to Brazil and the Karaoke place that we visited, there are many beautiful women all over the place from all shapes and sizes. And that sexy accent will really make you swoon and just stare.... without blinking.
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Portuguese Brazilians are so warm and friendly. And I think they don't have any inhibitions whatsoever. Evident of this is that people here make out in public places - PDA galore. Yes, as in lip locking, french kissing action almost anywhere. Even Americans and Europeans were shocked to observe this. Thus, the bar is a good place to go because you not only enjoy their music (bossa nova beat) but also the smooching couples.

Side story: While standing outside the comfort room, I saw a beautiful woman come out of the Men's CR. It didn't register at first then her boyfriend came after her. Oh wow... that made me smile.. hahaha.. :)
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If I described New York as a big Cubao with billboard lights, Sao Paulo is like a big Makati populated with artistas and starlets. Yes, every street you turn you can see a gorgeous woman that will put Marianne Rivera to shame. OMG, I can't stop staring. They are so beautiful. "Mataray na bone structure and walang kataba-taba sa katawan. Nung nagsabog ng Diyos ng kagandahan sa mundo, tone-toneladang batya ang dala ng mga Brazilians."

Brazilian women have the killer combination of womanly figures (big Bs) and angelic faces. Geneticists should study their gene pool so that we can manufacture more of them in the future. :) Shet, I think I went to Lesbianic heaven.

AMEN! :) Tchau for now :)

Comments

pochie said…
Car? Asan si Car? LOL! =D

have fun dre!
bachoochay said…
Lesbianic heaven pala ha? Hmph!
Boohoo.
Toni said…
baby!!!! muahz! muahz! i love you!

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