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Visiting Dachau Concentration Camp, Munich

Visiting Dachau concentration camp was the last tour we made in Munich and the last stop of our road trip. We were actually doubting very much if we should go there… It is obviously a...

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Roadtrip through Andalusia

Andalusia is the southernmost community of continental Spain. It’s the second largest in area and the most populated one. Many cultural phenomena for which Spain is famous for have its origin in Andalusia, like the...

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Why are companies failing with expats in Angola?

After three years in Angola plus 2 working directly with an Angolan branch I have met many expats in Angola. I have noticed two things about them (us)… 1. Most expats in Angola are very...

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Need to Relax? 5 Countries to Visit and Chill

We all love a relaxing break away from home every now and again, so it’s best to try and find a country which provides just that – relaxation and refreshment from the hustle and bustle...

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Travel Bucket List-2017 Gapyear and Expating

Last year’s travel bucket list focused on Africa… And with a reason, we were living in Angola and knew it would be our last year there. So, we had to take the opportunity and visit...

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Granada Alhambra – UNESCO World Heritage site

It is very easy to fall in love with Alhambra and its story. Like Washington Irving said “For my part, I gave myself up, during my sojourn in the Alhambra, to all the romantic and...

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Malanje – Kalandula falls, Musseleje and Pungo Andongo

After the Black Sable National Park fail (but still invaluable experience) we were stoked to go to Kalandula falls and Pungo Andongo, particularly the falls which are sometimes dubbed as the 2nd most impressive of...

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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...

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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!...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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...