Walking into the small hippie village in Arembepe, located about 30 km north-east of Salvador de Bahia in northern Brazil, feels like going back in time. There are no roads, just sandy paths that get uncomfortably hot under the blazing sun; there's no electricity, so only the stars and the moon light the way at night;… Continue reading Aldeia Hippie de Arembepe
Part of the Tinharé Archipelago in the south of the state of Bahia in northeastern Brasil, the island of Boipeba easily became one of my favourite places in the country.
Salvador de Bahia was founded as Brazil's first capital in 1549 and is currently the country's third largest city; its complex history as one of South America's biggest slave ports and one of the most important bastions of Portuguese colonialism has made it a lively, colorful place with a rich culture and beautiful albeit decaying architecture.
First, I saw Miami and its vibrant street art; then, I explored Florida's beautiful beaches and natural parks. Here are some its landscapes and the wonderful creatures that call them home./Primero, conocí Miami y su vibrante arte callejera; después, exploré las playas y los parques naturales de la Florida. Aquí están algunos de sus paisajes y… Continue reading Natural World: Florida
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
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
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.
Antes de llegar a Fortaleza me estaba sintiendo un poco atrapada en Barreirinhas; no me sentía en casa y me la pasaba soñando con la playa y los Lençóis Maranhenses, un parque nacional en el estado brasileño de Maranhão. El parque cuenta con 155,000 hectáreas de desierto de arenas blancas, y durante la temporada de… Continue reading Mi Vida Nómada: Encontrando mi Libertad en la Naturaleza
The Lençóis Maranhenses are a national park in Brazil’s state of Maranhão which is made up of 155,000 hectares of white sand desert.