Cancun, located in Carribean Mexico, beautiful to look at on Google, crowded and invaded by after effects of mass tourism: part-time holiday vacationers, who always know best what goes wrong. Cancun is an interesting 90 minutes drive away from Cancun and you’ll find transport at the airport easily. More on the bottom of the article.…Details
After living in Brazil for almost 2,5 years it was time to come back to Germany for a bit. It has been a rollercoaster ride of various feelings – both good and bad – but I wouldn’t want to miss any of these. The cultural differences couldn’t have been bigger and I soon came to…Details
New Year’s is coming up in Brazil. And while we are mostly all getting drunk with sparkling wine, collect tiny statues of chimney sweepers or lady bugs in Germany to finally shoot the hell out of these firecrackers at midnight, Brazil has far more rituals to entertain one another than the Germans do.
After 2,5 years living as a Gringa in Brazil I’ve seen some weird stuff I want to share with you. With the help of some friends and the Facebook Group “Worldwide Expats in Brazil” I created a list of some shocking, hilarious, weird and strange stuff that happens in Brazil! Some of that is mostly…Details
Ilha Grande is a tiny little island south of Rio that doesn’t have any roads nor any big cities. It’s quite the opposite to loud and busy São Paulo and that’s where I wanted to take my friend who visited me from Germany. By the way I’m the crazy smalI one on the right. We’ve known…Details
São Paulo’s got some dodgy areas you better not go into. That’s what people tell you. I ended up spending 5 hours in one of these and this is how it happened. . .Details
Minca is a little village up in the mountains in Northern Colombia. It is one hour away from dirty Santa Santa Marta and a tiny little backpacker village. If you want to escape Santa Marta’s busy and dusty roads and relax a bit in nature, Minca is the place to go. The weather is refreshingly…Details
Ready to make your travel life a lot easier? Have you ever wondered how to stop nasty mosquito bites from itching or how to turn a bunk bed into a private room? Ever thought about being out in the sun without sweating like an idiot? Well you’ve come to the right page! We are help…Details
Tayrona National Park is northeast of Santa Marta, has beautiful beaches and steep hiking trails. The entry fee is around 64000 Pesos in peak season. You can sneak in for free, but you need someone to give their entry bracelets to you.