Multilingual writer, editor and social media analyst based in Rio de Janeiro. Words in Fodor's, Culture Trip, Restless Magazine, Canvas8 and Social360.
Graduated in communications and journalism at the University of Pavia, Italy, and London School of Journalism. Management and leadership course at City University of London.
Co-Founder of Coffees & Cocktails, a newsletter and community "to help you rethink your career and make your working life more engaging and fulfilling".
Passionate about travelling, languages and foreign cultures.
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The beach is the center of the carioca (as the people of Rio de Janeiro call themselves) way of life and the place to be to experience the vibrancy of the city. From the crack of dawn, people begin walking along the shores, while the beat of samba music lilts from loudspeakers.
Ubatuba Aquarium Considered one of the best in South America, Ubatuba Aquarium was created by a group of oceanographers in 1996 to educate the population about protecting marine life along the coast and other endangered species.
Combining culture, cooking and sustainability, O Limoeiro is a place to experience the best of Ubatuba's flavors, tastes and traditions. With a menu rich in local specialties, we may even go as far as to say that this is Ubatuba's best restaurant.
Right in the heart of Ubatuba, Hotel Park Atlântico is perfectly located to enjoy both the city center and the local beach, and is easy to reach even if you're not traveling by car. There are plenty of things to do nearby, with lha dos Pescadores (Fishermen's Island), home to acclaimed restaurants O Limoeiro and Croissant do Francês, a particular highlight.
Lifestyle and politics
Not a day goes by in Brazil without some political drama that resembles a mix of both House of Cards and Game of Thrones, and inevitably involves President Jair Bolsonaro making terrible misogynistic jokes, attacking women around the country, from journalists to politicians.
In the age of female empowerment, girl bosses and solo travelling, moving abroad for your partner might sound like giving up on yourself and on who you want to be. Ignoring the whispers around you - telling you that are risking everything - can be very hard.
Is ONE's campaign #PovertyIsSexist a missed social media opportunity?
Finding a prominent position in the constant social media buzz can be extremely hard and time-consuming today with 1 in every 2 online users getting news from social media platforms on their mobile phones.