Out and About in Rio: TUCUM store

On one of my walks around the bohemian area of Santa Teresa, I stumbled upon TUCUM Brasil - a store dedicated to showcasing produce made by ingenious people of Brazil. I was immediately drawn in by the colourful tribal products on display, much of which reminded me of my shopping experience in Maasai markets in... Continue Reading →

São Paulo Sights: Visit to Museu Afro Brasil

Earlier this month I paid a visit to the Museu Afro Brasil / AfroBrazil museum in São Paulo, a space which highlights the African perspective in the formation of heritage, identity and Brazilian culture. A space which celebrates an often untold memory and history of Brazilian and Afro-Brazilian Art. About the Afro Brasil Museum, São Paulo Situated... Continue Reading →

São Paulo Sights: Farol Santander

A visit  down town into São Paulo's historic financial district with my friend Kamila offered me an opportunity to learn more about São Paulo, Brazil's most populous city, through the lens the of the Farol Santander - Santander Lighthouse. Farol Sandander was a former Banespa building which opened earlier this year on the 25th January, the... Continue Reading →

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