It’s been 8 months since I’m away from home. And there wasn’t a single night I paid for my accommodation. In these 8 months I spent 3 months in Italy, 4.5 months in Brazil, a week in Uruguay and now in Buenos Aires where I’ve been having a free bed and breakfast until February. Usually travelers pay the same money for the bed as their daily budget for everything else, so I will tell you how to make your expenses double less. Continue reading
High School kids still in the city.
High School kids. Continue reading
December 2 (Friday)
Place: Porto Alegre
Accommodation: Staying with CS host Maher
Today I asked Maher if there is anything else in the city I “must visit”? And he was like, I don’t know… I don’t think so… By the way, you’ve seen the most beautiful street in the world, haven’t you?
And I was like, what??? There is the most beautiful street here? And it’s the first time I ever heard about it. So, of course we went there.
According to some unknown researchers via Rua Gonçalo de Carvalho considered to be the most beautiful street in the world. Planted 70 years ago by German employees in a former brewery site, one hundred tipuana trees stretch approximately 500 meters. From above, it looks as if a forest has filled in between all of the neighboring buildings.
I don’t know why, but I just totally forgot to take the photos, just these two… We were walking and talking and I thought I’ll take them later, but then our conversation and path went far away, and seems like during all of my trip I turned up having the worst photos I can do of the most beautiful piece.
Back to all days
Moving to my last stop in Brazil.
Good weather for a good day!
There are many tracks you can do in Florianopolis island. I choose Lagoinha do Leste as it’s one of the most beautiful and near my house. People say Trilha dos Naufragados at the South of the island is also one of the most beautiful and worth to go.
It was a very nice stay with Brazilian couple. This are so sweet words that they wrote me in the reference: Lena, if one day you decide to visit Florianópolis again, take the bus Tirio and come back to your house 🙂