One of my favourite things about Brazil is the way they use humble plastic chairs. I see it as very Brazilian.
To us, they're simple garden furniture. In Brazil, these plastic chairs come in all sorts of colours, sometimes branded with company logos.
They're at bars, restaurants, a party can be pitched up anywhere. They're arranged haphazardly. It's not important to be neat, to be formal, what matters is somewhere to sit, to eat, to drink, to talk, to joke, to see what's going on around you, to be together with friends or family.
So for all the wonderful symbols of Brazil - landmarks, caipirinhas, flags, flora and fauna - the simple plastic chair looms large for me.