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jawills 1mo
It depends on what you like. I know lots of people on lots of neighborhoods. The best thing is to list what you want, gym, beach, coworking, etc. And then find places close to these things. I think close to centro will be the easiest to get around places. If you are in Campeche you can probably speak English to the people in the cafรฉ.
nilskp 1mo
Can someone recommend a prepaid SIM card that also works in the rest of LatAm?
luskira 1mo
What's the best for gym beach and coworking? I can do with having to get an uber to the beach if coworking and gym are nearby
jawills 1mo
Honestly haven't found a good coworking place yet :grimacing:. A lot of people like Campeche because it's close to the beach, but complain that they need to Uber everywhere. I think Centro is good for cafes + gym, but you would need to Uber to the Beach. I live in Sรฃo Josรฉ and its great, but it's a 30m Uber to the nearest nice beach (Campeche). I also don't go to the beach that much so it is what it is
luskira 1mo
Yeah I would only go to the beach on the weekends, so it's not a big deal if I have to take an uber to go
dschulman 1mo
A good cowork space is also important to me. I had that there were a fair number scattered in different neighborhoods, but I guess this is something I need to look into more.

I am also interested in neighborhoods where there will be more solo travellers who are staying for a few weeks to a few months,
Airalo has Latam sim card
It's expensive, $60 / 5GB, but it is what it is
nilskp 1mo
Not eSIM
nilskp 1mo
"SIM card"
nilskp 1mo
For eSIM Mobimatter is much cheaper
peumolina 1mo
๐Ÿ›ฌ xoqklenglsa just arrived in ๐Ÿ„โ€โ™€๏ธ Florianopolis, #brazil
๐Ÿ›ฌ oczddxnycuzi just arrived in ๐Ÿ‘™ Rio de Janeiro, #brazil
I donโ€™t know specifically prepaid but, just in case, vivo has a plan called โ€œVivo Travel Americaโ€
Iโ€™ve been using that
lagavulin 1mo
Hey everyone. landing in Sao Paulo for a few days Nov 11. Any good hostel recommendations with private rooms?
vike27 1mo
The Impact Hub coworking space is nice and in Beira Mar norte in centro. There is a nice high end gym I like on top floor of beira mar shopping with nice ocean view. Most long term expats end up in centro long term. Also internet will be better quality in centro and more access to high quality gyms and less traffic in the evenings compared to the island. The island is great for the beach but I just go to the beach on the weekends so I dont mind taking an uber on the weekend to go there when all else is much more accessible in centro.
luskira 1mo
ooezjctw is centro before the long bridge?
vike27 1mo
rgobyrfva see above
jawills 1mo
Before the bridge has coqueiros, which has some amazing restaurants. Most of the nomads I talk to don't know it exists
prithvi 1mo
๐Ÿ›ฌ bubcvptgt just arrived in ๐Ÿ‘™ Rio de Janeiro, #brazil
vike27 1mo
Coqueiros is good also, but prefer centro. But its a great lower cost option. A bit farther from the beach though.
Yes! Hobi Hostel is amazing, they have private rooms, lots of events with cool people and the owner will make you feel at home ๐Ÿ™‚
lagavulin 1mo
Thanks for the reco!!
wugge 1mo
If it helps, here's what I did:
Rent motorbike there (~300$/month)
Cowork there (don't remember price but super cheap and absolutely fantastic owner)
Gym there />
First had an Airbnb close to the gym, than moved over to Barra de Lagoa into a hostel. Given I had the coworking space it was quiet amazing, Hostel&Coworking works well for me if you have good sleep ๐Ÿ™‚
Selina as well is great!
benskiff 1mo
Anyone been to Pipa and positively recommend it? Iโ€™m being a little lazy by asking here before doing proper research. How is the overall vibe? It was a sleepy fishing village discovered by surfers in the 70s, and has now blown up a bit due to tourism? Can I expect a similar vibe to similar surf towns in other countries in Latin America, but more Brazilian?

How is the surf? Would be thinking of going in January. I typically ride a mid length board and my ideal wave size is 1-1.5m.

How big / small is it? Decent nomad (working) amenities? Fun vibe? Beautiful place? Touristy? More Domestic or international tourists?

Have spent good time in Brazil before, but not yet to Pipa.

alinecjr 1mo
๐Ÿ›ฌ hoiwdtqkyo just arrived in ๐Ÿ‘™ Rio de Janeiro, #brazil
๐Ÿ›ฌ yvvrahboefdpaqg just arrived in ๐Ÿ’ƒ Sรฃo Paulo, #brazil
๐Ÿ›ฌ phbzlcfobxbl just arrived in ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ท Joao Pessoa, #brazil
Hey. Yeah, Pipa is a dreamy city, I'd say. It has tons of positive vibes, and being extremely honest up here, a lot of high people everywhere. There are a lot of great parties directly into the beach. And yes, it is expensive since it is called the Love Beach.
It is a small city, or maybe mid-sized. Not big at all.
vsimon 1mo
Definitely walk around here to feel the pulse of the city. :)

๐Ÿ›ฌ zjpkmoufzjtvma just arrived in ๐Ÿ„โ€โ™€๏ธ Pipa, #brazil
jlamenza 1mo
I will be in cabo frio near to rio on the second week of DEC, starting on 11th I believe not sure if will be ppl around, if someone wanna hang out:)
๐Ÿ›ฌ puefetyldzvoa just arrived in Presidente Figueiredo, #brazil
I don't know much about surfing, but have you thought about Baia Formosa? Itโ€™s near Pipa.

It's a peaceful place with few tourists, a real fishing village vibe, and you might even run into Italo Ferreira catching some waves. He is still living there.

The locals are really friendly and welcoming.
Hi! From Rio airport to copacabana/ipanema is it okay to take uber? Or should I book a transfer?

Follow up โ“ does Uber work okay around the city?
Anyone in Floripa? Ping me, and letโ€™s hangout today or tommorow
yes and yes
Cool, thanks!
jlamenza 29d
uber works just fine
I'm in the midst of planning a trip to Floripa, and I could use some advice. I'm super excited to spend three months there starting in January, but here's the deal โ€“ I'm not a fan of driving. I wanted to pick your brains and see if you think it's a smart move to set up shop in centro and simply rely on Uber when I need to get around the island.

I should mention that I lived in Rio for a year without a car, living in zona sul, and got by just fine with taxis, buses, and the metro, though I recognize they're very different cities. Any insights or recommendations you have would be a huge help! prayskin-tone-3
dschulman 29d
I'm also going to Floripa and have the same question since I also prefer not driving. My current thinking it to stay in 2-3 different neighborhoods over my time there and rely on walking, buses, and Ubers.
dschulman 29d
I've seen other people mention that they rented motorcycles or scooters for their entire stay. That's not for me, but I might rent some type of motorized vehicle for a few days here or there, or maybe a bicycle.
Thanks for your response! I just found your post, and according to one commenter, it looks like Beira Mar Norte might be my best bet.
cbilling 28d
I have spent about 4 months in Floripa and am looking to get back there in Feb for 5-6 months more!

I have rented a car each time I have gone and do find that the best to be honest - and it is an easy city to drive around actually.

A bicycle can be helpful but there are a lottt of fun trips near Floripa that are best done by car or driving the full island is about 40min in a car without traffic.

Ubers can take a while but 99 is another taxi option.

But if you really don't want a car I would actually recommend Campeche. It has a lot of good restaurants, bars and beaches and is around a 20min Uber into Centro. Has a lot of new build apartments etc as well you can rent on AirBnB.
lagavulin 28d
๐Ÿ›ฌ fkgditfikxt just arrived in ๐Ÿ’ƒ Sรฃo Paulo, #brazil
๐Ÿ›ฌ pgrjdszozrzy just arrived in ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ท Recife, #brazil
jawills 28d
Ive sent a lot of messages about my thoughts on best places to live in Floripa.

On Uber, I've had no issues going to/from campeche, Lagoa, centro, Sรฃo Josรฉ. Normally it is easy to get an Uber to the sides of the island (Jurerรช, any place south or the airport or Campeche.) getting a return Uber is more difficult.

In terms of wait, it seems like a normal wait, sometimes people are there immediately, other times you have to wait 10 mins.

The only time it is difficult to get an uber is rush hour around 4 or 5. You will need to wait till 6 or 7.
lagavulin 27d
In Rio actually
Floripa's public transportation is really good ouside peak hours. You can use the yellow bus that is more confortable and has A/C. We have an app to see the hours and routes of the buses but dunno if they have an english version.

Uber and 99 are other great option to go through the island. I recommend you to stay not only in Beirmar (center of the city), but in the North and South of the island, because you will enjoy more the local culture and you will see that they are very different.
gibranplg 27d
Anyone in Sรฃo Paulo down for hanging out ?
lagavulin 27d
Iโ€™m in Rio until 17th if anyone wants to grab a drink. Give me a shout!
if you need any help, lmk. I'm from Recife, but living in Belรฉm rn.
Take care... it is kinda dangerous in a lot of central parts of the city. Reminds me a lot Cartagena de las Indias, en Colombia. Great and bad vibe at the same time. But with care, it is a charmy city with tons of culture!! โค๏ธ ๐Ÿ™
dlgaitxogqwmalwe Thanks! What's the app? I can speak Portuguese :)
๐Ÿ›ฌ ovgyulxshzind just arrived in ๐Ÿ‘™ Rio de Janeiro, #brazil
bileymahi 27d
๐Ÿ›ฌ aczzjmpwuly just arrived in ๐Ÿ„โ€โ™€๏ธ Florianopolis, #brazil
lagavulin 26d
Iโ€™m down
lagavulin 26d
Anyone else?
cool! we were thinking to go here at 7pm, they have live bossa nova music

Or maybe you have any better suggestions?
lagavulin 26d
I only have recommendations from people. We can discuss later.
lwxrdindneuvvu floripanoponto
๐Ÿ›ฌ eltxmytlgedwj just arrived in ๐Ÿ„โ€โ™€๏ธ Pipa, #brazil
๐Ÿ›ฌ rrslawqzxdeikcx just arrived in ๐Ÿ‘™ Rio de Janeiro, #brazil
Hi there! If you wanna grab a beer this week, feel free to DM!
Do you Brazilian guys know how the Digital Nomad Visa works in Europe? Is it for each country... Is it for the EU...?

For tourists, we can stay for 90 days, and then be 90 out of the UE, right?

I'm not sure if this is the right channel for this ๐Ÿ˜…
gaborsch 25d
Probably not the right channel, yes. Which country's DN visa do you mean? You should probably post there. As a rule of thumb, a specific country's non-immigrant visa only applies to that country. So outside of that country, the 90 out of 180 days rule still applies. Enforcement is another matter, but if you somehow do get caught, it's probably bad news for you.
Yeah, I got it. I tought it was different.

So, each country has its rules, and it doesn't really matter the origin of the person, right?

Thank you
lpicollo 25d
๐Ÿ›ฌ yszvytmazd just arrived in ๐Ÿ„โ€โ™€๏ธ Florianopolis, #brazil
dvpita 25d
are u in the whatsapp group already?
gaborsch 25d
Well if it's a visa you have to apply for to get it then no, in theory it makes no difference where you are from.
pessoal, any recommendations on what neighborhood to stay during carnaval in recife?
rm 24d
Ultimately I think the best option depends on your lifestyle. If you really like being close to a beach and plan to do a lot of surfing etc don't stay in Centro. If you're more of a casual beach goer, I think Centro is better.

That said, if you're staying there for 3 months I'd say book a place just for a week or two, check out a few neighborhoods and then decide once you're better acquainted with the island
rm 24d
Balneรกrio Camboriรบ is another good nomad destination in the region where you can do everything by foot.
rickjerv 24d
๐Ÿ›ฌ ynyxxyskfq just arrived in ๐Ÿ’ƒ Sรฃo Paulo, #brazil
๐Ÿ›ฌ bordrecyplhxx just arrived in ๐Ÿ’ƒ Sรฃo Paulo, #brazil
Hey everyone in Rio me and bihtjosxt are going to this meetup called Mundo Lingo Rio in Ipanema tonight in case anyone else wants to join narfexcuehbltus gctgptlptrw yjhuadueszfek it starts at 19:00
nomadlist 22d
biozycdnxi is proposing a|meetup in Sรฃo Paulo, #brazil at Botanikafรฉ Pinheiros on Saturday, 25 November at 11:00. "Brunch in Pinheiros. Open to suggestions!" โœ… RSVP here
drpancake 22d
does anyone know if mundo lingo runs in sao paulo?
drpancake 22d
seems like it may be inactive. if anyone knows any other language swap things here please let me know ๐Ÿ™
nomadlist 22d
umfxpxrucv is organizing a|meetup in Sรฃo Paulo, # at Botanikafรฉ Pinheiros on Saturday, 25 November at 11:00. "Brunch in Pinheiros. Open to suggestions!" โœ… RSVP here
hhamza 22d
Hi, does anyone know how to book Flamengo or Fluminense football games? i don't find any tickets platform. Thank you
grimaash 22d
๐Ÿ›ฌ fnbdfsrlbz just arrived in ๐Ÿ’ƒ Sรฃo Paulo, #brazil
๐Ÿ›ฌ ffqewektogald just arrived in Cearรก, #brazil
modfri 22d
You can go in a flamengo official shop. But they will probably not speak English. And bring your passport/Id
vsimon 22d
I remember the Couchsurfing community meetups were active in SP last and this year. Check out the app.
drpancake 22d
hhamza 22d
Thank you ๐Ÿ™
Hey there! I'm from Recife and I'd say it really depends on which kind of party you are planning to get by. I prefer the Olinda carnival, which is more on the streets, with small bands playing music and tons of ppl dancing around, following the music. This is not so common there in Recife, which has more concerts in parts like Recife Antigo.
Regarding the Recife neighborhoods, I would recommend some parts in between Olinda and Recife, to stay closer to the fun part of the city. Sorry to don't bring neighborhood names, but I'm not good in remember those.
jkukul 21d
๐Ÿ›ฌ waydmlnl just arrived in ๐Ÿ„โ€โ™€๏ธ Florianopolis, #brazil
๐Ÿ›ฌ gkbnllmosbnwr just arrived in Boa Vista, #brazil
๐Ÿ›ฌ nyuetwroxvug just arrived in ๐Ÿ„โ€โ™€๏ธ Florianopolis, #brazil
rickjerv 20d
๐Ÿ›ฌ iglorgpnky just arrived in ๐Ÿ„โ€โ™€๏ธ Florianopolis, #brazil
Does anyone know a good hostel with coworking space in recife - PE and maceio - AL?
๐Ÿ›ฌ fmgiglwlfqwa just arrived in ๐Ÿ‘™ Rio de Janeiro, #brazil
Hey everyone. Just arrived in Floripa yesterday. If thereโ€™s a Whatโ€™s App group or something, please let me know. Looking to connect with the community here
I'll be there in 2 months but would also like to know if there's a Whatsapp group or anything
nomadlist 12d
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