When I thought about slums before this travel I imagined slums made of metal and plastic like those of New Delhi in India I could see 2 years ago. Then I went to Colombia. There, thanks to the Professor Andres Sanchez Arias I could see different types of slums and understand more about this world I didn’t know. I also discovered of a new approach … Continue reading From India to Brazil, how my perception about slums changed.
Tequila in Mexico, Belikin in Belize, Guaro in Costa Rica, Aguardiente in Colombia, Pisco Sour in Peru, Singani in Bolivia and now that we are in Brazil, Caipirinha. The simple name of certain alcohols suggests travels. It triggers pictures of exotic destinations. I tasted some of these beverages. Not all of them, I’m not a fan of strong drinks. These drinks are considered part of the … Continue reading Alcohols, travel in troubled water