American Exbrat in São Paulo

Definition of EXBRAT: 

1. A foreigner living in a “developing” country, spoiled by the conveniences of previous homes

2. An expatriate who refuses to understand the language or culture, but instead spends his/her time watching television programming from his/her homeland on the internet

3. An adult version of a military brat who has chosen to continue a nomadic lifestyle





Yes, I finally published that book I’ve been working on. If you know anyone who is moving to São Paulo, new to the city, or just paulistano-curious, please pass on the info:

American Expat in São Paulo on Amazon.

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17 Responses to American Exbrat in São Paulo

  1. Lol, I meet many of these in my travels. I try to be a nice guest in my new Host country.

  2. Peg says:

    Good timing! Can’t wait to read it. 😀

  3. Jenner says:

    Next thing in my to-do-list: buy BAB’s book! 🙂

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