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Sao Paolo Happily married As a matter of fact, it is VERY easy to meet people here regardless of your personal status.

Brazilians seem totally oblivious to your background.

If they like your smile/tie/car/attitude they will come to you.

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Brazilians truly love children but still it is a fairly dangerous place for "white" little ones.

Ours is always escorted by one sometimes two ex-cops we specially hired for the duty. We do meet expats on occasion, but generally we try to be with locals as much as possible.

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Expats might be surprised to learn that the cost of living in Brazil is relatively high.

The dream of lying on a beach sipping water from a coconut without a care in the world is quickly replaced by the reality of high prices.

On Mercer's 2015 Cost of Living Index, Sao Paulo is ranked at a high 40th, Rio de Janeiro is at 67th and Brasilia is ranked at 150th out of 207 cities worldwide.

Expats will find it less expensive to live in rural areas than in the cities, but some costs will still be high and access to goods and services will be limited. In general, accommodation, transportation and manufactured goods are expensive; food costs are variable based on whether one eats out or cooks at home, and services are relatively inexpensive because labour costs are low.

Brazil has made significant strides in moving people out of extreme poverty over the past decade and in decreasing income inequality.

However, there are still vast disparities in wealth between the richest and the poorest.

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