Author: campodegelo

Slovenia, the hidden gem of Europe

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Christmas. Apart of my childhood, before my cousin had not yet destroyed the image of Santa Claus from my imaginary, I never gave much importance to that occasion. At least not to the gift exchanges. I must say that I miss the huge meals, the family reunion, the special tv programs, the old routine. When…

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Malakas in Athens

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It was not a simple Saturday. It was a Saturday of classes. From early in the morning with the butt on a chair, listening to a professor vociferating Marketing concepts. The mood and the concentration were not the greatest. A look at travel websites would keep me awake for a little longer, and that’s how…

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57 hours flying around the world

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For those who do not know me, my name is Guilherme. Born in Curitiba, living in Berlin and awarded the opportunity to study for a semester in South Korea. Before leaving for the more prosperous Korean side, I decided to visit family and friends in Brazil, and from there I would head east. The biggest…

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The Midlife Crisis

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Finally this moment has arrived, feared by many and longed for by few. The notorious crisis of the 30’s, of the middle age, of the collection of results and successes. But what defines your success? Depending on the place where we were raised, the conditions and adversities faced, the love and affection received, and unfortunately…

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The Brazilians by an European

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Then one day I decided to leave Brazil. With the backpack I decided to venture, to look for something different, to find the unexpected, but it had not touched me that in others’ lands I was the unknown. With each question I asked, 2 enquiries came back. – But your skin color? You’re kind of…

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Persian Identity

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The traditional city of Kashan looks immersed in your locality. The use of materials and resources of the environment itself makes the city interesting. Its natural beautiful is due to the contrast between the extent Central Desert of Iran and an oasis landscape. At the first sight, or I would say at the first brick,…

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Festival of Lights

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Berlin. Capital of Germany, but that does not seem to belong to this country. Cosmopolitan, tolerant, an intense mixture of races. Certain neighborhoods take you to Turkey. In others, the Vietnamese and Indian restaurants contribute to an aromatic, gustatory and different experience. English, Turkish, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, countless languages ​​and dialects are…

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Easter Bunny

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Once upon a time there was a young red boy who decided to travel the world. He had worked for 11 months in India and because of that time he received a return ticket from his company to his home country, being able to choose the airline and the route. This is how he went…

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Saudades

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Saudades! A Portuguese word without a literal translation to English, and commonly used in the literature and music. A feeling, an experience, a person, a place, or an event that once brought you excitement. The concept is complex. It cannot be well explained, but deeply felt. Some say that it is a mixture of loneliness,…

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Home, sweet home!

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Home, sweet home! What does a place need to have, so that you can call it home? Family? Friends? The feeling of being loved? Infrastructure? Safety? A stable job? A good educational system? All of them together? The answers are really personal and should not be judged. Living abroad sometimes is seen with glamorization glasses…

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