A music journalist turned video host turned travel writer. With a long career in Brazilian media, I write about female and solo travel in South America and Europe.
Hamburger at Lanchonete do Seu Oswaldo and other delicacies.
Menos bacalhau e vinho verde. Mais embutidos e frutos do mar.
15 sinais de que você nasceu e foi criado em São Paulo. por Gaía Passarelli. maio 19, 2014. [Gringo? Don't worry, you can read this in English at ......
Com comida, roupas, calendário e língua própria, o Kerala difere tanto e em tantas coisas do resto do país que é um país a parte.
“Eu AMO música brasileira!”
“I want a book…from that author…the title has ‘wind’ in it…or was it ‘hand’? I don’t know, but it was on TV last week, the author is a man, the cover is white…or maybe yellow.”
AFTER SEX, cat stuff is the most popular thing on the interwebs.
IT’S 3PM ON any given Sunday in São Paulo, and I’m walking with my friend Bianca, a paulistana of Italian heritage like myself, through the Largo do Arouche — São Paulo’s wild downtown.
The cachorro-quente stand is the Brazilian equivalent of London or New York’s food trucks, always planted outside metro stations, busy bus stops, college dorms, and bustling commercial streets selling hot dogs.
Forget the hotel buffet and go track down these babies in the streets!
"Awesome! It’s #1 on my bucket list!”
An immersion into an unexplored culture, where you can ride a horse all the way up a volcano and hear stories about the Birdman religion and sacred ceremonies.
1. You can’t live without your daily dose of novelas. And you got over that nonsense about local soap operas being a valuable window for the country’s heart. They’re just fun as fuck.