Brazil is the largest Portuguese-speaking country in the world – to say Merry Christmas, it’s “Feliz Natal!”
I don't think the reindeer talk, they're too busy panting. It's hard work flying around the world in one night.
Thank you, Mr. Harper-- you have a wonderful, warm and welcoming country :)
Ho-ho-ho, merry Christmas to you too, Albert!
To be honest, I love all kinds of cookies! And this may come as a surprise, but I prefer regular, ol' milk!
Sometimes it feels like we can touch the moon!
We're in Stanley, Falkland Islands!
I help out around the workshop all year round-- I'm definitely not afraid to get my hands dirty! And while Santa's off delivering his presents, I make sure all his fans know where he is and what he's up to :)
Santa is in Río Gallegos, Argentina.
I don't think we've invented the technology to clock them yet!
Santa, the elves and I need our privacy to create all those wonderful toys. And the reindeer enjoy the cooler weather, too.
The reindeer drink water made from melted snow. We have lots of snow up in the North Pole.
Santa's sleigh goes so fast you can't even see it!
Santa is in Punta Arenas, Chile!
Yes, Santa is a language enthusiast and took special time to learn them all! Feliz Navidad, Cynthia!
We've made past 4.5 billions presents-- wowza! I wonder what Santa will be giving the elves this year ;)
Santa is on his way to Montevideo, Uruguay.
I hope we have time to grab a Chivito in Montevideo-- yummy!
We're currrently in São Paulo, Brazil! What a view!
Santa is in São Paulo, Brazil headed for Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Sunny here! I broke my barometer! But NO worries. I used the chewed gum I found from Correspondent Elf earlier as an adhesive to put it back together! Barometric Pressure in São Paulo, Brazil is 30.01 inches :)
Feliz Natal, Rio de Janeiro!
Hi Shawn, if there's no chimney Santa uses a window or door. He always finds a way.
After all, I've got magic on my side :)
If correspondent elf keeps Santa on schedule he'll be in PEI within the hour.
I love cookies and the reindeer love carrots-- but sometimes we switch it up a bit!