A couple of days after the 2014 World Cup, it was all over and I was done with the tournament.
In February 2016, I left Brazil for New Zealand, and was about to head home when I saw that some of my friends from Brazil had been arrested in Brazil for trying to smuggle me back to Brazil.
It was the first time I’d been arrested and had a good run of it in Brazil.
I had a few friends who had been there before me, but this was the only one I’d seen them in the whole year.
The Rio Olympics were the next day, and it felt as if the whole world was on the edge of panic.
I was told that if I wanted to go back to Rio, I had to get a visa.
This was when I realised that Rio was not a city I was used to.
It had a reputation for crime and corruption.
The people I’d met there before were just normal, hard-working people, but the people here were not.
The country had gone from being one of the safest in the world to one of one of its most corrupt.
I’d never seen anything like it.
It was around this time that I started to get worried.
Rio was in the middle of a presidential election and people were starting to realise that things were not going well in Brazil, so they were going to vote for change.
They were going on a campaign tour and they had a very high profile, very well-funded campaign to try and convince people that they were trying to improve things.
They’d done a lot of publicity and they were on TV all the time.
People were getting really excited.
They wanted to make Brazil a better place.
And they had this huge TV ad campaign.
It looked like it was going to be a huge success, and I felt a bit scared.
But it wasn’t going to change anything.
I was going back to the hotel the next morning, with the same old plan: meet them at the hotel bar and have some tea.
But when I got there, it seemed like no one was there.
There was no one around to greet me.
I asked a waiter what was going on, and he said that someone had broken into the hotel and that I had been detained.
I felt very uncomfortable, but he told me that they had to do something.
I just thought, I’ll just stay there, but I didn’t want to be there too long, because I didn, in fact, have to stay there.
And then I was taken away by the police. I didn