Think about your last three trips and ask yourself how many things you actually did as opposed to things you saw. How come when you look back at your past adventures, it’s either the funny and tragic stories or the crazy things you did that you remember the most?
I’ve been living abroad for over eight years now. I spent several of those years in England (North, South, South West and many neighborhoods of London) as well as a year in New Zealand (five different cities both in the north and south island). Coming from Brazil, the cultural differences were both shocking and enlightening.
I recently spent six months traveling around South America and had an absolute blast! I went to Brazil, Bolivia, and Peru, where I saw amazing landscapes and beautiful, welcoming people. However, if you’re anything like me and travel within a specific budget, you know it wasn’t all rainbows and butterflies! I believe when you’re traveling…
Every person travels for a reason, be it food, weather or nature. Some people, however, are interested in uncovering the past — they want to know the civilizations that inhabited a specific place and the influence they had on its culture and landscape.
Every place you visit has a lot to offer — its culture, its climate, its people, and of course, its cuisine. Brazil is no different, and considering the sheer size of the country, you can expect to eat your way around, sampling delicious dishes from every state, hoping your clothes will agree with your waistline!