In this post I told how I was trying to convince Nico to make a trip this March. Guess what? I did it! Later today we’re going to Rio de Janeiro for the next 10 days, along with my sister Espe.
Ese es el lema de Aruba, y déjenme decirles que es cierto. Es una isla feliz. Imposible no serlo cuando tiene un sol brillante durante la mayor parte del año, aguas turquesas y arenas blancas y finísimas, esa brisa tibia y húmeda que te envuelve día y noche y gente con una sonrisa enorme todo el día.
That is Aruba‘s motto and let me tell you, it is true. Impossible not to be a happy island when it has the brightest sun during most of the year, turqoise waters and the finest white sand, a warm breeze day and night, and its people wearing the biggest smiles all day long.
Last October we went to Brazil. We started planning our vacation with two simple premises in mind: to relax in a beautiful place. There are lots of beautiful places in Argentina where you can relax, but we wanted to go a bit further and make our first trip ever to Brazil. The most difficult decision to make was where to go, so I just typed “Brazil’s most beautiful beach” in Google (true story), and we got a recurrent result: Jericoacoara. The photos we saw on the internet convinced us that it was the place we were looking for. So, we went along with planning our trip to Jericoacoara, a small fishers’ village in the North East of Brazil. After two flights, a one day stay in Fortaleza, 5 hours on a bus and one hour on a jardineira, we finally saw white sand dunes and turquoise waters. We spent our week eating great seafood -and drinking caipirinhas, of course!-, meeting great people, riding buggies through the dunes and swimming in beautiful lagoons. Jeri is definitely the place to go if you love adventurous but laid back trips. Staying less than three days would not be enough.
Oh! you can get more info about Jeri here