Author: Marcela Faé

Polish Market Hohenwutzen: A true guide to the biggest polenmarkt on the border with Germany

We went to the biggest Polish Market on the border with Germany Marcela went there, did videos, photos, played with cats and was told not to film ; In a lazy and cloudy Saturday afternoon in Berlin, my boyfriend and I decided to go to the Polish Market that we always see on ads everywhere on the M10 and M4 trams here in Prenzlauer Berg. Hohenwutzen Polenmarkt is the biggest polish market on the border with Germany and a shuttle bus from Berlin to there cost only 5 euros each way. Hohenwutzen Polish Market: What? Where? How? Why? This...

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Nepal Buddhist Temple: where, what and all that

Discovering temples in Nepal Welcome to the Boudhanath in Kathmandu  If you’re planning a trip to Nepal, from those two options, one must be the reason: trekking or temples. And since I told you in this post that I’m not the trekking girl, I will tell you all about the most important Nepal Buddhist Temple, that is in Kathmandu. Nepal Buddhist Temple, the history For years, one of the most important places of meditation and pilgrimage for Nepalis and Tibetans Buddhist is Boudhanath. Boudhanath, or also known as Boudha is the most important temple in the country. Boudha...

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Wildlife safari in Nepal? Wait, what?

SAFARI IN NEPAL Wait? What? Can I go to Nepal and do something that is not trekking? ; What if I tell you that Nepal is not only about beautiful and high mountains covered in snow? I mean, of course, Mount Everest is the first thing you think when you read or hear the name Nepal but this curious country has way more to offer. The snowy peaks, colorful prayers flags and the solitary temples on top of the Himalayas are just one of the many faces Nepal hides. The other end of the country, you can do a...

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Going Local in South Africa with Matthias Boettcher

Going Local in South Africa with Matthias Boettcher Discover more than the obvious of Africa's Southern country  Going Local in South Africa with Matthias Boettcher Matthias Boettcher is a Berlin-based tattooer. He just launched his recent art project IdeaNoir, which is dedicated to sharing inspiration across counter-culture. All kinds of themes that go beyond tattooing, like his extensive travels or passion for photography are the subject matter of his blog and social channels. He also does art printing and publishing for hand-picked artists, which led to an ongoing series of exhibitions. data-ad-client="ca-pub-7646432426047468" data-ad-slot="9644124233" data-ad-format="auto"> Paying attention to details...

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An interesting and unusual list of things to do in São Paulo – downtown edition

An interesting and unusual list of things to do in Sao Paulo downtown edition  São Paulo is a big city. I mean, it is the largest and the most important city in the whole southern hemisphere. And when things are so big, they then to be a bit chaotic and overwhelming for travelers. That’s why I’m making a list of things to do in Sao Paulo. Who are you and why should I pay attention to your list of things to do in São Paulo?   First of all, let me introduce myself for the new readers of...

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What to do in Berlin with Tulio – Going Local in Berlin

I am Tulio and I’m here to give you tips on what to do in Berlin. I am originally from the middle of nowhere in the heart of Brazil. A place I call the “Texas of Brazil” given its backward mentality. I have lived all over, but Nothern California and São Paulo were the two places I lived the longest after I left my hometown. I studied Law, but that obviously was not for me. So I moved to Cali where I went to grad school for Marketing and Strategy. Got hired out of Business School from a giant...

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Going Local shows you what to do in Lisbon with James Cave

My name is James Cave. I’m a freelance writer, currently living in Lisbon. Originally from Ireland, I’ve spent the past decade or so living in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, and South Africa. I have strong connections to Portugal – my brothers were both born here, and my parents have lived here for coming up on two decades. I started Portugalist because I felt there was very little written about Portugal, and I wanted to share my love of it with the world. Over here and on my blog you’ll find a lot of tips on what to do...

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A Rota do Peixe – The best restaurants in Porto and the North

A Rota do Peixe The best restaurants in Porto and the North of Portugal  A few weeks ago we had the chance to go to the north part of Portugal. If you follow us on Instagram or Twitter, you knew that already (if you don’t, please start following now!). We did the “A rota do peixe” that translates into the fish route in English. With this, we fell in love with some of the best restaurants in Porto and the north of Portugal, and we want to tell you all about it. Fish route and the best restaurants...

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