Malanje – Rapids of Kwanza and Black Sables

Malanje – Rapids of Kwanza and Black Sables

Malanje is a province in Center North of Angola. Its capital also named Malanje is 421 Km from Luanda. The most famous landmarks are the Kalandula waterfalls, the black stones of Pungo Andongo and the rapids of Kwanza. The Giant…

Sports Tourism – Allianz Arena and Bayern Museum

Sports Tourism – Allianz Arena and Bayern Museum

If you know me you know that I am a huge sports fan! Football above it all, but Tennis, Ice Hockey, Cycling, Athletics, you name it! Heck, even Gymnastics, Fencing or Judo in Olympic years! 🙂 In our last roadtrip…

Cordoba – The legacy of Muslism in Spain

Cordoba – The legacy of Muslism in Spain

Visiting Cordoba was a must, during our road trip through Andalusia. One the most beautiful and important cities of Andalusia, and the best example of the Moorish influence in Spain. Cordoba was once (in the 10th century) the most populous…

Caminito Del Rey – The infamous world most dangerous trail

Caminito Del Rey – The infamous world most dangerous trail

Caminito Del Rey was once famous for being extremely dangerous, it was even named the world’s most dangerous walkway. As its reputation rose it became an attraction for adrenaline junkies and adventurous people in general. It was eventually closed for several years and…

Los Cahorros – Hiking in Sierra Nevada, Spain

Los Cahorros – Hiking in Sierra Nevada, Spain

Los Cahorros is a hiking trail in the lower hills of the Sierra Nevada, Spain. It’s located in Monachil, a small municipality just 8 Kilometers from Granada’ center. Los Cahorros gorge is a well known destination for climbers for many years…

The Spanish Riviera – Marbella, Andalusia

The Spanish Riviera – Marbella, Andalusia

What’s the first thing on your mind when hear Marbella? Well, mine is Jesus Gil y Gil, former mayor of Marbella and Atletico’s President… 🙂 Well, but probably that’s just me. Marbella is famous for being a glamorous resort town,…

Andalusia’s Costa del Sol – Malaga

Andalusia’s Costa del Sol – Malaga

Malaga is a big city, second biggest of Andalusia the 6th biggest in Spain with more than 500.000 inhabitants. It is also one of Europe’s oldest continuously inhabited city, since 8th century BC. Malaga was settled by the Phoenician and then ruled…

Angolan Cuisine – An Expat’s View

Angolan Cuisine – An Expat’s View

One of the things we like the most about traveling and living in different countries is trying new food, new tastes. And in Angola we discovered a whole new world of different tastes and ingredients we never tried before. Like funge,…

Thailand – a Journey about Freedom (I)

Thailand – a Journey about Freedom (I)

Sa-wat-dii-khap (khâ)! (Welcome to Thailand!) You certainly had heard that Thailand is “the smile’s land”. And that is not a lie… Today we want to tell you a little bit of our experience traveling around this beautiful country. How we…

Best Beaches in Angola

Best Beaches in Angola

When you think of great beaches you probably don’t think of Angola. We have never seen an Angolan beach in those internet contests… Well that’s not entirely surprising, Angola is probably one of the least touristy countries in the world,…