Written on the 3rd of August, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro
It seems as though we are waiting for the invasion to happen. Walking down on Leme beach you see foreigners with credentials around their neck. Looking a tad more stressed than the general tourist.
We have waited for years now,
Name: Alana Ruas
Age: 27 years old
Born in : Teófilo Otoni, - Minas Gerais (MG)
Lives in: Rio de Janeiro
Profession: Fashion designer, blogger and occasionally work as a stylist.
Tell us a bit about your journey coming to live in Rio de Janeiro
I came to Rio as a 15 year old, with the goal
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