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I’ve Lived in Brazil for 6 Years, and Here Are 10 Curious Things That Surprised Me

The biggest part of the population of Rio de Janeiro lives in slums (favelas). Middle-class people and very wealthy people live in extremely expensive condominiums. It’s like there are 2 worlds or 2 planets there. Everything is different: all the buildings, the people and their lifestyle, the appearance, the way they talk, their habits, and their culture.

Favelas are 2-3 story buildings located in a very unorganized and chaotic manner. It’s dirty there. There are power lines right above your head and there is graffiti everywhere. Most people who live in favelas never finished school and there is a lot of crime. The government tries to help the people who live there by paying them an allowance, kind of like welfare.

And on the other side, there are the elite and comfortable houses. A condominium is a group of tall buildings which have one fence and a guard post. There are swimming pools, playgrounds, rooms for huge events, and other nice things like movie theaters, beauty salons, and gyms — it all depends on the price of the apartment. There are a lot of palm trees, stores, pharmacies, and supermarkets — you don’t even need to go into town. Well-educated people live here like engineers, lawyers, doctors, and actors.

It is really hard to get away from favelas, but it is possible. You have to work hard and get an education. There are different people with different lives, some of them have several jobs just to earn enough money for their children. But not all the people in favelas are ready to change their lives. Many of them don’t even want to work and they are used to living like this.






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Date: 16.12.2018, 02:39 / Views: 35375