There is much more to see in Florida than the bright and colourful Miami, like the wildlife. Here are some of the beaches and parks near St Petersburg, Florida, including Pass-a-Grill, Sawgrass Lake, Fort de Soto Beach, Bonita Springs in the state's southwest, and Islamorada in the Florida Keys. /Hay mucho más por conocer en… Continue reading FL, USA
To me, Miami is all about bright, bold colours, sharp shapes, and strong contrasts; in my mind's eye, I saw the city tattooed with the indelible remnants of art deco and its own brand of 1970s Floridian style, representing its unique mix of cultures and influences. I visited the Wynwood Walls art district in July… Continue reading Florida: Wynwood Walls, Miami
Rio de Janeiro, the Wonderful City founded by the Portuguese in 1565 in Brazil's southern Atlantic coast, offers residents and visitors an eclectic mix of natural and urban environments, cultural events, historical architecture, and of course, samba.
As I sit here, looking out of my second-story window in Santa Marta, Colombia, I think about how it's already March and it's a bit late to be recapping the last year of My Nomadic Life in Brazil. But if you've followed my blog longer than a month, you know this is normal behaviour and… Continue reading Best of 2016 Travels / Lo Mejor de Viajes en 2016
Carnaval in Barranquilla is over-saturated in the most beautiful way, as it's made up of hot sunshine, a cloudless blue dome above, loud costumes, pounding music, and a fascinating array of characters stemming from folkloric stories, traditional dances, popular culture, and the complex history of the region. I was only there for one day this… Continue reading Carnaval de Barranquilla 2017
Guatapé is a small town in Antioquia just 80 km east of Medellín known for the 220 metre tall monolith that stands next to one of Colombia's largest dams.
I spent five glorious weeks in Pipa, a small surf town south of Natal, in the northeastern Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte.
Maragogi is a municipality in the Alagoas state located about 125 km north of the capital, Maceió, in Brazil's northeastern Atlantic coast.
Olinda is a small municipality in the state of Pernambuco, just 6 km north of the state capital, Recife.
Recife, capital city of the state of Pernambuco, is made up of three islands joined by both historic and modern bridges; the entire city has an eclectic mix of the old and the new Brazil. Founded by the Portuguese in 1537, the streets of Old Recife are lined by colourful colonial buildings leading travellers to… Continue reading Recife, Pernambuco