A few photos from Sardinhada Portuguesa, an annual festival put on by Campo Grande’s vibrant Luso-Brazilian community. Earlier last week, I received an invitation from Eduardo Leal, my UCDB crony and the son of the director of Clube Estoril. The club was, surprisingly, packed at noon—perhaps a sign that the Luso-Brazilians like their parties but also respect punctuality. The affair was wonderful and we were treated to two live performances, the first a local group and the second, Os Lusíadas, from Maringá, a city of about 350,000 in Paraná state. I’m off to greet the day, so I’ll let the photos do the rest of the talking.
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