For some time now we had this recurrent idea of keeping an online travel diary.
Our kids keep journals with whatever inspires them and we have the photos that keep track of our journey. We often refer to things that happened here and there and it would be easier, even for us, to go back to “places” by clicking a date on our family website. It would be, for sure, wonderful for our parents and friends from… well, all over the world now, to know of our whereabouts without texting us to ask where we are and how we are doing. So, with all this benefits in mind, we will start our online travel diary right here, in Prudentopolis, Brasil and now, October 12th 2017.
We hope you will find reasons to come back here often.
The road from Canto Grande to Tainha is a dirt road, with very steep slopes and many up and downs. Read More »
The Brazilian migration policy is governed by the following principles and directives:I - the universality, indivisibility and interdependence of human rights;
II - the prevention of xenophobia, racism and any form of discrimination;
III - non-criminalization of migration;
IV - non-discrimination due to the criteria or procedures by which the person was admitted to the national territory;Read More »
But a child should be encouraged to tell you the many things he sees through his big, beautiful eyes.
And maybe when he grows up he will thank you for not forcing him and for letting him be and for loving him.Read More »
American anthropologist David Graeber noticed that the apparition of religions coincides with the apparition of money and markets.
Interesting, huh?Read More »
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