You do realise that the majority of Brazilians speak Spanish as fluently as their native language (Portuguese), don't you?
Not quite correct Westie. Brazilians have surprisingly little interaction with Spanish speaking countries in Latin America, and might learn Spanish only as a foreign language in school. Having said that, they can understand it fairly well if spoken fairly slowly. It doesn't work the other way around - Spanish speakers really have difficulty with Portuguese, and after mangling a few sentences they usually give up trying and switch to Spanish!
However, as you correctly said, the Brazilians one encounters here mostly have European passports (most frequently Italian) having prudently obtained them due to heritage.
The advantage with real Brazilian girls is their willingness to do a little anal, their love of kissing and cuddling, and enthusiasm for BJs. I must admit that I've never punted with a Brazilian (although have had some wonderful times with the most innocent looking civies in Brazil). Would be good to hear of experiences with real Brazilians (maybe Ivy is one?)