As two of my greatest passions are Music and Traveling, I have somehow come across a lot of lists online that, putting all humbleness aside, are named things like: “best travel songs ever” or “top 10 songs in the world that will make you want to travel”. Funny enough, most of … more »
It’s amazing how music can fill an empty space. While walking through Castelo de Sao Jorge (Saint George’s Castle) in Lisbon, Portugal – we came across this gifted Fado player. He filled the walls of the castle with his wonderfully mournful music. Come listen with us! Zara mentions in the … more »
We were walking around in the Sunday market at Republica Square, Sao Paulo when we spotted this group practicing Capoeira. A pretty amazing sight to catch off the street! The moves are graceful and smooth and the improvised choreography looks awesome! This one’s for you Anita!
For its dimensions, Ecuador is a country that offers great variety of landscapes and weather. No wonder it is home to so many native varieties of exotic fruits that are rarely found in other parts of the World. We went to the market and bought all the fruits we could … more »
Sao Paulo, in Brazil, has the highest concentration of Japanese outside of Japan. The Asian community including Japanese, Chinese, Korean and other nationalities and descent, tends to traditionally concentrate in the area around Liberdade, where every Sunday an Asian market is held, displaying souvenirs, decoration items, clothing and, of course, … more »
Singapore is a place that will often surprise you with its contrasts. The city will remind you of The Matrix. But then there are places where color abounds and creativity runs free!
Staying in Havana, Cuba, I felt like we could just open our room’s window and stare outside all day long. We didn’t. We walked a lot around the city, in the touristic places and, specially, in the neighborhoods of the real people of the real world. But if we would … more »
This was the first trip we ever took together! A&Z in the making… While road tripping in Oman we ended up off-roading up a mountain for the sake of observing a great dry canyon. Over there, it was us and a goat that was after my crackers and La Vache … more »
A panoramic view of Rio from Pao de Acucar, also known as, the Sugar Loaf Mountain. You have to take two cable cars to get to the Sugar Loaf Mountain. It’s well worth the effort!
Watching movies is such a great way of traveling in your own couch! Thanks to films, I have been to the USA, China, Australia and even the North Pole! Places I haven’t been in real life… yet! Loving the way movies can take us anywhere (in place and in time!), … more »