The proposal is unique: 10 days with 10 dinners brought by 10 chefs. By June 30, the number 10 will dominate Ponta Delgada, in São Miguel island, Azores. Want to know more? Keep on reading!
What’s it like to go on vacation to a country that’s in chaos? I went to Central America and witnessed the conflict in Nicaragua. I’ve encountered a struggling people, an incomprehensible government, and an economy that is suffering. Get to know this story and write down the tips I have for you.
I only have fond memories of Bali, but the images I see today are so sad. The plastic is confused with the white of the beaches and the blue of the sea. On this World Environment Day, know what you can begin to cut in order to help preserve the planet.
May is finally here, and my bag is packed! My big annual trip starts now, and the destination couldn’t be better — ¡Hola Nicaragua!
It’s one of the most visited monuments in the Center of Portugal. The Convent of Christ in Tomar houses stories of the Templars and incredible details worth discovering. Read the article and know which ones.
Momondo Bloggers Open World Awards are back, and Surfer Girl On The Move’s YouTube channel is a candidate in the video category. Have you voted yet? Know why I’m a candidate again and how to vote. I’m counting on you!
In the last days of the Easter holidays here’s a suggestion to take the children. The Pavilion of Knowledge promises a lot of fun for the young while learning more about science.
Airbnb has already done the math, and some countries rub their hands with contentment. Find out here the top destinations in Europe this Easter.
Sagres is one of the most beautiful places in southern Portugal. Facing the sea and the surf, there are other attractions worthy of a visit.
Love is in the air! And to celebrate Valentine’s Day, I bring you six romantic destinations in Portugal that will conquer you from the first moment.
Are you a Dinosaur fan? Dino Park, in Lourinhã, has just opened its doors and is the place to go to meet the giants that populated the earth millions of years ago. No wonder this is the most significant outdoor museum in Portugal.