Brazilians in Delhi

#1 Feb 12th, 2015, 15:55
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Olá,

My name is Renato, I am from Sao Paulo, Brazil. I am moving from Mumbai to Delhi, as an expat and I must say it is quite an adventure.

Any Brazilians or portuguese speaking around?
It would definitely help...

Obrigado,
Renato
#2 Feb 12th, 2015, 16:30
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(You're going in the opposite direction. The Portuguese speaking majority is south of Bombay, in Goa!)

You would do well to get in touch with the Brazilian and Portuguese embassies.

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#3 Feb 12th, 2015, 16:43
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Alo Renato - Benvindo!

As VishVa says. I called the BR consulate in Delhi several times and they were very friendly, once you get through the automated menu system.

I know Indians who lived in SP several years and now live in south Delhi - once you can send/receive messages I can try to get your info to them.
#4 Feb 15th, 2015, 16:26
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Haha, you are right Vishva! I have been to Goa before but even there it is not that easy to find portuguese speaking.. It is sad but they are losing all the portage background.

I will definitely get in touch with the embassies!

Thank you for the welcoming
#5 Feb 15th, 2015, 16:27
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Alo Rasika!
That is very kind, will get in touch again once I have an indian phone :-)
#6 Feb 21st, 2015, 01:44
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Hi...
There are people from foreign nationality staying in New Delhi specially in the south Delhi area you won't have a problem in adjusting.Try out Delhi Expact on accommodation.

Cheers
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#7 Feb 21st, 2015, 02:45
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Korlai is the place where a Portuguese-based creole is spoken.

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