Going to the 2016 Brazilian Olympics or Paralympics ?
This Free eBook Reveals How to Get the Most Out of Your Trip
If this is your first trip to Brazil, congratulations! You’re no doubt looking forward to seeing the Olympics, but at the same time you’re sure to have concerns:
• Are you worried about your safety and that of your family?
• Have you heard negative reports about the country and feel unsure of what to expect?
• Are you unsure how you’ll be able to communicate since you don’t speak the language?
Then you NEED this eBook!
“Secrets of Rio: How to Survive in Brazil During the 2016 Olympics and Paralympics Games ” Best Tips and tricks from locals to fellow foreigners” will tell you everything you need to know to ensure that you’re fully prepared for the trip of a lifetime!
But before we go further, let me make something perfectly clear:
This is far more than just an ordinary guide book. It will tell you how to have the best experiences, how to avoid being scammed, prevent bad situations …it will give you all the knowledge and information you need to have a truly wonderful experience.
Now let me explain how this book works out to be free…
“Secrets of Rio: How to Survive in Brazil During the 2016 Olympics and Paralympics Games ” Best Tips and tricks from locals to fellow foreigners” sells for $47 but comes with over $100 USD worth of coupons.
But these are not ordinary coupons!
These are coupons for some of the BEST locations in Rio. I have been in the process of negotiating for these coupons for many months. You will be getting exclusive discounts that will not be available to anyone else, not even Brazilians themselves. You won’t find these coupons anywhere else on the internet and not on Groupon either.
Your coupons will be available as of August 1st, and will be good for a whole year.
So you spend $47 on the eBook, but receive over $100 in valuable coupons and discounts – it’s for real, and it’s a really good deal!
Who Am I?
My name is Liege Neves. I’m a Brazilian lecturer, writer and entrepreneur, born and raised in Brazil.
As a diplomat and a specialist in international relations, I have travelled to over 45 countries in the last 15 years. I have lived in 6 of these countries –France, England, United States, Peru, Argentina and recently, China, before moving back to Brazil in 2013. In the course of my travels I always loved to mingle with the locals, and I made a point of interacting with the local culture.
I fully understand what it’s like to be in a foreign country, and at the same time I’m fully aware of how foreigners can get conned, tricked and robbed in Brazil…
…and I don’t want this happening to you.
Friends from overseas have told me some sad stories, resulting from simple miscommunication and misunderstanding.
I want to do my part to welcome visitors to my country and make sure you have the best possible experience by educating you about the things you need to know.
I want to teach you about Brazilian culture and its diversity so you know what to expect before you arrive. I want you to be able to absorb the culture and be with the locals without fear or anxiety.
Order my book now so YOU can avoid the mishaps that commonly take place in Brazil.
What You Can Expect:
After talking to many people who will be visiting Brazil for the first time this summer, I compiled a list of their major concerns. So here are some of the topics that are covered in my book:
• The Zika virus
• Communication difficulties
• Safety issues
• Banks, debit/credit cards, ATM’s
Plus, here are a few burning questions asked by every tourist:
• What if I am arrested? Or get lost? Who should I ask for help?
• What if I get sick? Which hospital should I go to? What does my insura