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That said, I have been welcomed by so many Brazilians—into their homes, to attend their weddings and parties, or just to engage in conversation at a bar.
People have been quite eager to make sure I am safe and armed with the hottest insider tips to enjoy my time here!
However, it might as well be a different country because the local culture is radically different that those in the more familiar Rio, São Paulo, or the northeast. I quit my corporate job, rid myself of almost everything that didn't fit in my little suitcases, and leapt into the unknown.
After more than a year of researching (about crime, economics, transportation, even percentage of green space), I decided to start my new Brazilian life here in the south. No, seriously, I looked into it before I left the States but the plans were very costly.
Do you have any advice on finding teaching jobs in Porto Alegre? former elementary/high school teachers) that are teaching at Pan American here. Also, when are you arriving, where are you coming from, and what's your story? Loquinha, Thank you so much for the your depiction of Porto Alegre.My average monthly expenditures on the basics (rent, internet, cell, electricity, food, clothing, etc.) run a little over R00 and my frivolous expenses (the pool, socializing and other entertainment, the occasional movie or pedicure) are about R0.-What do you think about the Brazilians?I have traveled a fair bit and lived in Ireland and England for a year.Of all my travels, I have had the most delightful interaction with the residents here.Granted, it's important to remember that I live in a city that doesn't get overrun by tourists, so the locals are certainly curious when they meet a foreigner here.