Rio de Janeiro is an incredibly beautiful city. It’s a city so full of life and culture that it’s easy to get lost amongst it’s winding roads, colorful alleys, and great beaches. There are little hills just rising out of the ocean and small patches of land connecting different areas … more »
Some people think that living a life full of travel is all about running barefoot in green fields with blossoming daisies, while unicorns are running carefree in the background and the sun is shining down upon you softly. Well, I can’t complaint as such, but let’s keep it real: not … more »
Rio de Janeiro is one of the most stunning cities that we have been to. Its natural beauty is absolutely astounding. Nestled between mountains and the Atlantic, the city is a mix of hills and water. But it doesn’t end there, beautiful beaches and picturesque rocky islands sticking out of … more »
Welcome to Sao Paulo, the largest city in Brazil. Once you become acquainted with this place, you might refer to it as “Sampa”, like locals and friends do. This is a view of the city’s skyline from Parque do Ibirapuera. When I think of parks, at least in most parts of the … more »
As the world is celebrating Carnival and Brazil is top of the pops when it comes to that, Photo of the Day is dedicated to the crazy time we spent in Salvador da Bahia last year. If there is one thing to love about Brazilians (yeah, I know there’s many…) … more »
Carnival is a festival celebrated in many places around the world. Still, for many people, carnival is synonymous with Rio de Janeiro, Brazil! Last year, we decided to spend this festive time in the land of samba, where our friends Dushi and Avinash came to meet us. We divided our carnival days … more »
A bittersweet scene taken on a happy place. This is Carnival in the streets of Salvador da Bahia, Brazil. As people pass by singing and dancing, Grandpa goes with the flow and does the same… until some kids get close and spray him with fake snow. And so he starts … more »
Floripa, short for Florianopolis, is an island off the coast of Brazil. It’s a big city but has some very idyllic locations. Sunset by the bay is a romantic experience and the views are amazing! The prawns there are chunky and delicious!
Spotted in Salvador da Bahia, in Brazil, this cross represents what has happened to many believers around the world, including me. I am not sure what’s the intention behind this monument but for me, it represents the collapse of religious belief. When I was a young girl, I thought God … more »
Colorful, colonial, picturesque. The peninsula is also the only place where you get to see dramatic sunsets in Brazil as the country is on the east coast of South America.