"I do everything: farm work, cleaning, building," says Gaspar Arcanjo de Lima, who waits quietly in the December cold. "I used to work three or four days each week. But now if I get one day it's a lot."
He is 49, with a wife and two children back in Brazil, in the central city of Anapolis.
"Sending money back to them has become very difficult. What I can, I send."