Six years ago I traveled to Morrocco and to this day whenever I smell cumin I remember this place. It is the smell of the country that sells many spices in the streets, a place with an aromatic cuisine and a culture completely different from mine. It was when I learned to eat bread with cumin (and others seasoning) as entry, which became an often habit with good memories.
The first destination for visitors to El Chaltén, Perito Moreno, Torres del Paine and many other attractions at Parque Nacional de Los Glaciares – due to the airport and good structure to welcome tourists. El Calafate is cozy but with lots of adventure, the weather is warm during the day and very cold at night. It is a great place to eat parrillas, empanadas, sweets and ice cream.
Who did say rain could mess a trip? This Picture was taken on my first day in Chapada dos Veadeiros, a day with low visibility, full of rain, fog and humidity. My friends and I preferred facing bad weather doing trails than staying all day in the hostel. Armed with raincoats, umbrellas and cameras we passed all day having fun and discovering details that only could be seen on a day like this.
Dona Marta Lookout (Mirante Dona Marta) is where I got the best view of Rio de Janeiro, and where you can see all the touristic places.
When I was in Sydney, I got surprised by how many marriages I have seen on a Saturday. While walking around the city I saw at least 8 couples with bridal attire. Some friends who live there told me that this is very traditional on Saturdays. This picture was on Little Bay beach, both was doing very well for the book.
Jericoacoara, one of the most peaceful beaches I have ever been to, was considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by The Washington Post (USA). Besides the lagoons with clear water, the quiet sea and huge dunes, there are many tour options that make it a great place to know.
The winter really came to Brazil this week, that’s why the image shows the coldest day I had in life. It was during a -12 degrees snowstorm in the afternoon in Amsterdam. The airport closed, the canals froze, the city lost its colorful besides huge balls of snow persisted in falling into my eyes. But I have not surrendered, I kept looking for details and when I found it, I took my gloves off and start shooting until I couldn’t felt my fingers anymore. I think it’s worth.
About 25 km, 5 different trails in 3 days in Urubici. If we had more time we would have done more, the city has 82 waterfalls and is investing on tourism. Lots of water, fresh air, plantations, hills, rocks, ups and downs. The group was great, fun people of different ages and professions sharing the passion for nature and hiking.
In the heart of Bali in Indonesia close to area of Ubud there's a village called Tegalalang. Around there the hilly shapes of the mountains combine with the developed farming techniques of the Balinese people to create an incredible scenery of rice terraces. In April, from the top of the mountains to the valleys, greenery takes place and the plantations are at its peak. A true experience would be not to just keep admiring it at distance but to walk through the terraces, getting lost and finding the way back, in the maze of little stairs and footbridges. If possible, drinking coconut water that can be bought down there.