How Brexit affects travel and tourism
After three extensions, Brexit is finally a reality and the United Kingdom is not part of the European Union anymore. Since the referendum on June 23rd, 2016, it has been a long way to negotiate how the UK would leave the UE. It should have happened on March 29, 2019, but it did happen only on December 31st, 2020. So, what happens to travelers that wish to go to the UK now that it is not part of the European Union anymore? Continue reading “Can I enter the UK after Brexit?”
8 Tips to protect your data on the road
Somebody once said that the world is a book and those who do not travel read only one. Traveling or seeing places is an integral part of our lives. It’s an essential part of our education as it expands our view of the world. And thanks to modern technology, planning our travels and documenting our experiences has never been easier. Laptops, tablets, and smartphones have all become part of the traveling kit. Continue reading “How to protect your privacy when traveling”
The most iconic attractions in the British capital
Attracting 20 million tourists per year, London is the most visited city in Europe – at least until now. It’s no surprise that London is in high consideration in the travelers’ minds: it’s been the financial capital of Europe and has plenty of attractions that fascinate international tourists. Continue reading “9 Best things to do in London”
The real-life locations of Netflix’s hit show that travelers can visit
In pandemic times, watching Emily in Paris became fun and honest escapism. It is true that the show is full of clichés about France, but fantasy was exactly what we craved for in the lack of real traveling.
Is the show stereotypical? Sure. Is real Paris not as pictured in the show? Yes and no. Are the show’s locations so beautiful in real life as on the screen? Totally.
As we love Paris as much as millions of travelers that visit the city every year, we pinned down the main locations of the show. Au revoir! Continue reading “Where was Emily in Paris filmed?”
A 2-week itinerary for Ubud, Gili Islands, Nusa Penida and Uluwatu
Text and photos by Edson Eiras and Maíra Eiras
A year ago I had the most amazing time in Thailand and since then I was excited to go back to Asia. However, this time I decided to visit another favorite Asian destination: Bali, Indonesia. Bali is one of the top destinations in the world today due to its beaches, coral reefs, waterfalls, and the most instagrammable landscapes. For me and my niece Maíra, who joined the trip this time, we expected to find an exuberant place with nice people, millennial history, good food, and affordable enough to travel comfortably yet with a bit of adventure. Continue reading “The ultimate travel guide for Bali and Lombok, Indonesia”