Seeing or experiencing the work of Dr. Fritz through the hands of medium Kleber Aran is an eye-opening experience where the allegedly ‘impossible’ becomes reality right in front of one’s eyes. This is why it is so exciting, gripping, and fascinating to everybody – visitors, health seekers, spiritual explorers, investigators, doubters, and critics.
For your travel to Dr. Fritz in Brazil, there are some things that you should consider before you start your journey.
Travel advice for visiting Dr. Fritz
- From your accommodation, it is best to book a taxi or Uber to go to Dr. Fritz’s centre. Try to organise your journey back before you start off. Otherwise, it may be difficult to return to your accommodation because the service at the centre usually finishes late. Taxi and Uber rides may be difficult to obtain in non-touristic areas at night and public transportation is too unreliable and unsafe in the evening.
- If possible, please wear white clothes or something that is bright rather than dark. White t-shirts and trousers are available for little money in almost all shopping malls and little street stores in Brazil.
- If you don’t speak Portuguese, you are highly recommended to have somebody who will be translating for you. Although you eventually speak with Dr. Fritz in your native language everything else usually is in Portuguese. Importantly, let your translator know beforehand what their task will be and where you intend to go. Due to deeply rooted religiousness in Brazil it is not guaranteed that every translator is comfortable with this job. You can contact me, if you look for a translator and travel assistant, or if you have any questions.
- Please read the pages Visiting Dr. Fritz and Treatment & Surgeries for more details.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you undergo medical treatment, please continue with it as prescribed by your doctor or health professional. Your medical treatment will not interfere with the work done by Dr. Fritz.
General Travel Advice On Brazil
- Over 6 million people visit Brazil every year and most stays are trouble-free. Brazilians usually are very friendly and welcoming. However, Brazil is not as safe as Western European countries. The foreign office of your home country should provide detailed information on their website, please check these.
- Currency: Brazilian Real
- Language: The official language is Brazilian Portuguese. Most people do not speak English, this applies to most urban areas too. Even in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, and Salvador da Bahia, and in other big cities speaking English is not common.
- Religion: Religious belief is strong, deeply rooted in the culture and widespread, estimated with 63% Roman Catholic, 21% Protestants, 8% non-religious, 2% Spiritism (Kardec), and the remainder following other religious beliefs. In conversations, religion can be a very serious topic to discuss.
- Mobile Internet: Mobile internet has significantly improved in recent years and coverage is stable and good. For 20 US dollar you will get a prepaid SIM card and 1.5 GB of data allowance that you can use up within 30 days.
- Public transportation: Public transportation is used by the lower and middle classes, daily delays and interruptions are to be expected. Incidents such as bus holdups can happen. If robbed, hand over your personal belongings without resisting which in most cases will leave you unharmed.
Feel free to contact me if you have any further questions or in case that you would like to receive further information.
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