Contramapa

Diana is the travel blogger behind Contramapa, targeted at Portuguese and Brazilian independent women travellers. She’s a bookworm, passionate about writing and travelling. She decided to collect her stories in a blog, exploring Portugal and other locations around the world, such as USA and Japan. 8 MUST-SEE LOCATIONS AROUND LISBON Diana lives in Lisbon,, Read More

snapper

1 | Lores Bonney Lookout You’ll find this amazing hidden spot at the top of a stretch of stairs in Miami. It’s easy to drive right past it, so keep your eyes peeled for it. Walk up the stairs, then go to the right. You’ll find a path, hidden in a break in the, Read More

Byron sunset

Byron Bay… famous for it’s chilled vibes & surf culture. It boasts miles of pristine white beaches, unique fashion, stunning sunrises and one of the most famous lighthouses in Australia.Everyone loves Byron Bay… Expect for Samantha Starling, “another beautifully lost dreamer with an incurable case of wanderlust” and author of Totally Sam’s World Blog., Read More

conbini

The Japanese convince stores, known as Conbini, are much more that a repository of junk food and cheap buzzes. There you can find everything, from soba and sushi, medicine and manga, single-malt whisky and next day hangover cures. I miss them, a lot! I loved walking in them and spend time looking around, checking, Read More

aveiro

Born and raised in the coastal town of Aveiro, in Portugal, Miriam Augusto, between seashells and the sea breeze, started to explore the world at early age. Later, this unconditional passion for travelling, collecting moments, memories, experiences, friendships, while trying to leave a positive impact wherever she was passing, lead her to open an, Read More

responsible traveller

Recently I have been thinking a lot about the social and environmental impact that we as travellers have. Tourism is one of the world’s largest industries. Global international visitor arrivals exceeded 940 million in 2010. The World Tourism Organization estimates that this number could reach 1.6 billion by 2020. Clearly then, deciding not to travel, Read More

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