Capital gain in high inflation economy, International Economics

Hello, I rent an appartment in Brazil, a country known for its high inflation rates, but I live in Switzerland. Does this mean when I exchange Reais to Swiss Francs (in a +- constant exchange rate) I will avoid the effects of inflation? (as I consume in Switzerland, not Brazil)
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