If you are a nature lover and enjoy a good exploration, you’ll love this book. Follow the stories of a young David Attenborough in discovering some incredible destinations.
I joined a group of bloggers to write about the trips that have marked us the most so far, as persons and travelers. The result is “Viagens de Uma Vida” (“Trips Of a Lifetime”), a new book that takes you around the world, full of incredible experiences.
The quarantine put us at home, so it’s time to catch up with our reading! These are the travel books that I have on the shelf (or on the iPad) and that deliver the world without leaving the couch.
Travel bloggers Carla Mota and Rui Pinto turned into paper some of their trips and wrote the “Next Destination”. A set of guides that takes us into the world, without killing our budget.
It was my vacation book. I decided to take “The Great Railway Bazaar” from Paul Theroux to Indonesia, but, after all, it was he who took me to so many other countries. Here is my review of one of the author’s best-known books.
In one week I read “In The Steps of Saint Anthony,” Gonçalo Cadilhe’s new book. An easy reading, which brought positive and negative sides to my first approach to the work of the Portuguese author.
Lonely Planet seems to want to extend the theme of their guides… Have you seen the latest release of the publisher: “Toilets: A Spotter’s Guide”?