(WE ARE LIVE) Ahmad Amar Mansoor is either a DJ who moonlights in massage or the other way around. Either way, as a bilingual expat in Salvador, Brazil he’s here to tell us what took him there & what its like!
“Is the coffee that good & are the women that easy!?” When I moved to Sao Paulo, Brazil those became the two things people talk to me about the most. As a long-term Expat turned Immigrant, I can safely say: “Yes, but not for you!”.
After five continents and fifteen countries, I can say that I have never had more people tell me to “be careful” than when I told them I was moving to Brazil!
These are the same people who warned me “not to drink the water” when I moved to Las Cruces, New Mexico
New Mexico is in the USA folks, that should tell you the level of quality information most people have about their own country, much less the rest of the world.
Are the legends about Brazil & The Dominican Republic true!? We sat down and really open up life in our new countries as Expats and Immigrants are anything like we’ve been told!
Listen up! Vonetta went from Alabama to Ireland, and then to Brazil! We dig into everything from Her “Mission”, to not being limited by The Tribe!
This is the price of life in Sao Paulo, Brazil! Leave a detailed list of your cities expenses in the comments because there is someone, somewhere, who wants to live the ExPat life, and needs your information!
Here Are My Calculations! ~>
I’m not sure if Renato Yada refers to himself as a Japanese/Brazilian or a Brazilian/Japanese, but it doesn’t matter. Renato is eccentric, he knows it, and we love it!