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South America Tag

Sea & Beaches / 01.07.2010

Cearà homes wild and untamed beaches, fishermen and local life. There's no glamour. Only the real spirit of Brazil In the collective imaginary, sea and beaches are mostly evoking white sand,  crystal clear water and palms.  I don't deny being under a spell when thinking at the Maldives or the Caribbean islands, but I'm more and...

Cities, Culture and Art / 11.06.2010

No matter the country, language, religion or traditions, lots of people have something in common: they all feel citizens of the world. 'Borders' are first of all in our minds.When I think of “Beyond Borders” I imagine travel experiences when we are able to pass through the borders of language, culture, and nationality and experience a...

People and Traditions / 26.03.2010

[caption id="attachment_5903" align="alignleft" width="599"] Musicians in their Traditional Costumes[/caption]Peru is an amazing country for culture, dramatic landscapes, variety, colors, handicrafts and people. [pullquote]Peru traditional costumes are one of the most fascinating aspects of the country[/pullquote] I was so fascinated by their traditional costumes, an important part of Peruvian culture as they mark the differences between regional areas...

Sea & Beaches / 06.03.2010

Baìa do Sancho is one of the most beautiful beaches in Fernando de Noronha, the amazing island over 500 km away from the Brazilian coast.The view from the top of the cliff is awesome, especially at sunset. The beach is accessible by boat or from the top of the cliff by ladders fixed in a rock split....