1. Your staple diet includes rice and beans, tapioca, and pão de queijo.
A meal is not complete without rice and those delicious carioca beans. In every new town you arrive in, you look for the street food stall that sells the best tapioca with cheese and guava marmalade.
2. You’ve mastered the basic steps of forró.
Brazil’s most popular dance is no longer a mystery for you. Forró is definitely easier than samba, equally fun, and allows you to blend in more easily on those nights out.