Today’s interview is with Katie, an Australian expat living in Brazil.
Five years ago Katie, an English language teacher in Australia, fell in love with Jose, one of her students from Brazil. After visiting her new husband’s country in 2011 and 2013, Katie was fascinated with the culture and lifestyle. Katie and Jose moved back permanently to Brazil in September 2014. Katie’s blog gives a unique perspective on small city living in Brazil.
For Tom Le Mesurier, a 4 month trip backpacking around South America turned into a new life in Brazil. This ‘accidental’ expat had no intention of leaving home permanently, but a chance meeting in Nicaragua changed everything. Today he lives in Rio de Janeiro and writes EatRio.net – a blog that covers all things in Rio, from restaurant recommendations, ideas for things to do and interesting nuggets about life in Rio.
Today’s interview is with Elliot, an American expat living in Brazil. Elliot Rosenberg is an American expat living in Brazil. He lives in Rio de Janeiro and is the CEO and founder of Favela Experience, a travel company that helps provide authentic homestays and apartment rentals for travellers in Rio’s favelas.
Today’s interview is with Jennifer, an American expat living in Brazil. Jennifer Sikes is an American expat living in Brazil’s southeastern city of Belo Horizonte with her husband and dog. Jennifer loves living in a city that is largely unknown on the tourist or expat map and find Belo Horizonte a very liveable city, with friendly people, good restaurants, and, of course, less crime than many other Brazilian cities.
Niamh is an Irish woman who has been living in Brazil for the past two and a half years. She is married to a Brazilian and they call Rio de Janeiro their home. Having grown up in Galway, on the west coast of Ireland, Niamh finds Rio busy and noisy in comparison, but loves the outdoor lifestyle and can’t think of a better way to start the day than with a run on Ipanema beach.