When planning an itinerary to Brazil, most travelers elect to skip over Sao Paulo and head straight to Rio de Janeiro. But Brazil’s biggest city has so much to offer! With amazing green parks, outstanding international dining, and safe neighborhoods, Sao Paulo is a great introduction to Brazil.
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.
Whether you choose the hustle and bustle of Copacabana, the excellent people watching of Ipanema, or interesting Vermelha, Rio de Janeiro has a beach for everyone!
The Angkor Wat complex is a celebrated UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the largest religious monument in the world. It was first built as a Hindu temple during the Khmer Empire, but was gradually repurposed as a Buddhist temple at the end of the 12th century.
Songkran is the exciting, energetic Thai holiday that can be described as a days-long water festival. For those who haven’t played Songkran before, it most closely resembles a countrywide water […]
Think about the yummy land you saw in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. If you ever want to visit a magical, candy-filled place just like Willy Wonka’s factory, just go to Belgium! Fountains of chocolate, truffles and pralines — small refined masterpieces lure you from hundreds of elegant stores.