Travel Blog

The Feel Of Rio

17 May 2019

Rio de Janeiro is a huge city and probably the most famous city of Brazil, to the extend that most foreigners think it is the country's capital. Well, it isn't, not anymore at least. It used to be the capital city but the centre of power moved in 1960 to well planned and build from scratch Brasilia. Continue reading...

Chat Like Brazilian And Never Miss The Valentine's Day

12 May 2019

I met some friends today, and you know in Brazil it doesn't end there - you don't just meet people, then go home and forget it. No, no, no. Continue reading...

'Credit Or Debit?' Or Rio By Card

2 May 2019

Shortly before leaving this time for Brazil I discovered a cool digital bank and set up an account. The advantage of it is that they don't rip of in currency exchange and allow withdrawal abroad for free for the amount of up to £200 so I don't loose money for simple banking services. If you have to live off your savings every penny matters. Continue reading...

Easter BBQ

22 April 2019

One of things I like abroad is to experience a totally different live styles and customs which are sometimes miles away from what we are used to experience in our home countries. Continue reading...

Rio Street Food

1 April 2019

One of the things I love in Latin America is the abundance of food and eating choices. When I first came to Rio de Janiero I couldn't feel disappointed. Even though the choices and menu vary from neighbourhood to neighbourhood it is still good and it's hard to be left hungry in town. Continue reading...

"A Man Without A Donkey Is A Donkey" Or Learn Before You Travel

7 February 2011

Deciding about my next holiday, first thing I had done (as I always do) was to buy a flight ticket (return one, let's don't exaggerate) and then I started to think about what I could do where I was planning to go. Continue reading...