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Things to do in Ponta Delgada, the quietly confident capital of Azores

Ponta Delgada introduces itself as a Portuguese, with its cobble stone streets made of volcanic rock, its Manuelino style churches and its peculiar nostalgia. However, there’s something else that differentiates it from its siblings Lisbon, Porto o Sintra; and that’s its half Latino personality that shows big-headed in the streets. … Continue readingThings to do in Ponta Delgada, the quietly confident capital of Azores

10 Years Wandering Around the World?!

At that very instant I realised what was happening to me. I was arriving to an inflection point without listening inwardly, avoiding to have a real conversation with my guts. A decade had passed since my feet started to walk by intuition, alone and half staggering. I started stepping afraid and full of insecurities but certain about the fact that I was doing what moved me inside.

A decade had passed since they pushed me to follow my dreams, since I met so many people from other countries by myself, since I tried potatoes every single day of my stay and I faced my biggest fears. … Continue reading10 Years Wandering Around the World?!

To Jump Whatever It Takes

To jump whatever it takes, that’s what I have to do. That’s what I want to do. It’s a feeling that comes from deep inside and goes out of my chest. It needs to get out and expand, grow and evolve, just as that spiral I have tattooed to remind me every day.

I remember that one time I was canyoning in Valle del Jerte and I felt scared to jump out of a waterfall. I remember that one time I was in Canaima, one of the prettiest and purest places I’ve ever been to and I was scared to jump into the water. Scared to jump. … Continue readingTo Jump Whatever It Takes