A brazilian guy who didn't know too much about travels when living in Brazil, not because was not interested, but because different circumstances, way of life and the fact that's so expensive to travel there. He moved to live in Porto, Portugal, when was 20 years. He found Europe in his backyard and the opportunities to discover different places and cultures were real. He took the backpack sometimes alone and another time with a couple of friends. After that, he couldn't stop. When he turned 21 years old moved to Dun Laoghaire, Ireland, to study English and live in a totally different way that he was living in Brazil. Then, almost a year had passed, he got some more stamp on the passport and....
March 26th 2012
I was planning to go somewhere for two nights with my girlfriend and then came up to my mind ''why don’t go to Northern Ireland?'' So, basically we went there for 2 days, one we spent just in Belfast and another one in the causeways. Here, I’m gonna write just about the causeways. If you wanna go there with some tour agency you can find plenty of information on the internet. Otherwise, if you wanna go on your own the things get a little bit more difficult, cause the website of public transportation (http://www.translink.co.uk) is not so clear. Anyway, I was looking in some web forums and I found out the way to get there (taking a train from Europa train station in Belfast to Coleraine and then take the bus service 172 to the Causeways). ... read more
June 1st 2011
I'm just gonna write something about one trip I did last year to Morocco to start this blog and to try to figure out how the thing works here. Well, first at that time I was living in Portugal and I took the flight (return tickets for 30euros by Ryanair) from Porto to Marrakech with 2 friends. The idea was do the whole trip using couchsurfing (http://http://www.couchsurfing.org/). We've chose CS 'cause we're really interested in talk to the local people, knoe more about their way to live, culture and so on. We changed our itinerary along the way a bit and basically we visited 3 totally different parts of Morocco. Marrakech It was the only big city we've visited, and was really nice. Like many cities there, they have the old fortified city (called Medina) and ... read more