By Andrew Willis, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The popular Casa Alto Vidigal guesthouse has reopened its doors after an ownership dispute between expatriates caused the business to close for several months. Coverage of the case has boosted interest in the venue, says the founder of the guesthouse, with other investors increasingly looking to snap up properties inside the ‘pacified’ favela community.
Located in Rio de Janeiro’s Zona Sul (South Zone) beside the wealthy Leblon neighborhood, Vidigal . . .