I’ve been living in south Brazil for the last 5 months, in Porto Alegre capital of the state of Rio Grande do Sul. Border with Uruguai and Argentina. Yes, it gets pretty cold in the winter. The ocean is not so close, and I was starting to crave for some beach and surf time. And also I needed some time off from family. My cousin … Continue reading Praia da Pipa nice to meet you
Italy is amazing, but I was given one month holiday where I could travel anywhere in Europe. I was a little bored in Mirano so I chose to go to Portugal and do work exchange via Workaway. I found this ad about a surf lodge right at the beach and contacted the owner thru Workaway website, Richard replied quite immediate and soon we had arranged my … Continue reading When I Workawayed in Portugal
So, brother and I got a little bored here in Mirano and decided to rent a car for 2 days trying to find some waves. The forecast was not looking good, 2ft if we’re lucky. Anyways just the idea of roadtripping and going out in the water was enough to get me really excited. We drove 900 km in 2 days, from Venice to Viareggio, Pisa, Cinqueterre National Park then back to Mirano.
They surf, they camp and they are animals. Love at first sight.
Hello Europe! So, I’m here in Mirano – Italy to get my citizenship done, which means I will be exploring the Veneto region for the next month. My first day trip was Venice, what an amazing place.
“Unbroken Grounds explains the critical role food will play in the next frontier of our efforts to solve the environmental crisis.
In 2014 I traveled to Costa Rica and I had the chance to meet Gerardo Bolaños, a young local surfer who manages an environmental project in Playa Guiones – Nosara, the BarriGuiones project.
Last weekend I had my last trip before going back to Brazil. We decided to cross the border and go to Baja California – Mexico. I’d heard so much about this place, beautiful beaches, amazing waves, great tacos and you can legally drink beer at the beach. That’s the American dream I guess, or maybe just Californian.
I’m a woman and I’ve traveled solo many times. And will keep doing it as much as I like. I can put up a tent (ok, that’s easy), make my own fire and open beers by smashing it on the table. I feel like a badass woman when I’m camping solo.
My journey in California is about to end, so I am trying to check few places off my wish list. Last weekend I checked Joshua Tree National Park.