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Cape Town

V A Waterfront We ended our 2018 travels on the African continent. It was our first time in Africa and it was a pleasant surprise, mostly for me because I had no expectations. I must confess I wanted so much to go to Cambodia and Vietnam that when João convinced me to go to South […]

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Montepulciano

2018 was a great year, full of changes and also lots of success, but success comes with a lot of work, so it was also a very exhausting year! And sometimes that exhaustion doesn’t allow us to do what we like the most, in my case, traveling. We were already planning a big trip to […]

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Pompeii

Pompeii’s ruins with Vesuvius in the background  Located very closely to Naples, Pompeii was once a true and important city of the Roman Empire, similarly to other Italian cities, it would for sure have a quite preserved historical hallmark, but the total devastation caused in ’79 by the unstoppable rage of the Vesuvius did not […]

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Bali – Top 20

As I said on the previous article (see) , we travelled among three regions of Bali – Ubud, Ungasan (Bukit’s Peninsula) and Seminyak. So, this Top 20 will be essentially about places to visit, and activities to do, in these areas. As I mentioned we only had 5 days to spend in Bali, and unfortunately we had to leave […]

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Bali – The Island of Gods

Bali is one amongst the thousand islands that build Indonesia and, probably, the most visited, most famous and traditional in the country. It’s also the only one where the Hindu religion reigns (the rest of the country is mostly Muslim) and where we are able to live spirituality in its purest essence. Obviously anyone who watched Eat, […]

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Spice by Chris Salans

Chris Salans is probably the most renowned chef in the paradisiacal Island of Bali, an American, educated in France, whose career developed alongside chefs like David Bouley and Thomas Keller and in mytihcal kitchens like the one of Lucas Carlton and the one at The French Laundry. After a first job at The Legian, the […]

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Tivoli Palácio de Seteais

There are places in the world that completely overwhelm us, in an inexplicable way, transporting us through time like it stopped, and with a single glimpse making us dream without borders or limits, even knowing they’re unachievable (or so we think!)! And this is the most accurate descritption I can give you of the moment […]

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Visiting Budapest in 3 Days – Day 2

Saint Stephen’s Cathedral 2nd DAY – Lipótvaros Today we decided to stay in Pest and divide our time by three of the most important places of the city, the magical Svent István Bazilika (Saint Stephen’s Cathedral), the ostensible Magyar Állami Operahaz (Opera) and the imposing Országház (Parliament). Therefore, and after a movie like breakfast (or maybe of a Brazilian telenovela…), […]

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Visiting Budapest in 3 Days – Day 1

 The Parliament seen from the Buda Castle  The last of three cities from a wonderful trip to Central Europe. So we met Budapest, in the evening of an Autumn day, with bright colors and mystical landscapes, constrasting with the cosmopolitan side of the city, and we soon fell in love. Budapest is exactly that, a place […]

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Visiting Vienna in 3 Days – Day 1

  Vienna… maybe one of the cities that always got my biggest interest, the Imperial city, the city of great composers, the city of elegance, luxury, imposing! Maybe I was so curious for having associated it with Paris for so long (see), but I quickly realized that Vienna has its own identity and beauty, and […]

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