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Ilha Grande, Paraty and Curitiba

After spending a week in Manaus and the jungle the only thing we wanted was to get some rest and trip to Ilha Grande was a perfect way to do it. From Manaus we flew back to Rio where we spent one more night at


Amazon jungle experience

Our time in the jungle was supposed to be one of the Brazil highlights and sure it was. There are various ways how to explore Amazon jungle: you can take a boat on the river, stay in one of the lodges or buy the whole


Manaus – city in the jungle

Manaus was the starting point of our Amazon adventure. We wouldn’t have flown there just to see the city, but while you are there why not to explore. Manaus is the city in the middle of Amazon. The easiest way to reach it is by


5 days in Rio de Janeiro

We took a night bus from Sao Paulo and after 6 hours sleep we‘ve reached Rio de Janeiro. The bus was „leito“ type meaning that it‘s possible to adjust the seat and make it almost like a bed. It was really comfortable and smooth ride.

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São Paulo

The flight to Sao Paulo from Istanbul took 12,5 hours and that was the longest flight in our lives. Anyway, last year we flew 3 times to Los Angeles, so it wasn’t that bad as every such flight takes ~11 hours. Sao Paulo airport looked

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A few hours in Istanbul

Just before booking our tickets to Brazil we found out that Turkish Airlines offers free hotel accommodation if wait time for the next flight is more than 10 hours in economy class. So we decided to use this offer and spend a few hours exploring


Californian dream

We’ve spent 9 months in California and it was amazing! It was really good experience working in a small office again, in other words building something from scratch. When we arrived to Los Angeles, it was only one employee in the office (and in the


Idea of travelling around the world

So how did it start? We’ve been thinking about travelling the world for some time, but it always seemed to be too complicated to achieve – not enough time, not enough money etc. However around 2 years we’ve decided that we have to do it


Unexpected surprise from British airways

I’d never expected too much from Airline loyalty programs, however British Airways had a nice surprise when we need to book a flight across Pacific. So what happened? We’ve been looking for the best way to cross Pacific from South America to either New Zealand