Lars and I live in Amsterdam, as most of you already know, and we’re lucky enough to live in one of the city hottest areas – De Baarsjes. We almost never write travel tips about Amsterdam (I know, shame on us), but two weeks ago Partisan, a new wine café and […]
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While travelling through China it’s easy to make rookie mistakes at the table. In order to avoid little blunders, we asked locals here and there about table niceties. This is what we learned about Chinese eating etiquette: Don’t stick your chopsticks vertically into a bowl of rice. It resembles incenses that […]
If you ask a random tourist in Amsterdam how many days they need to visit the city they would automatically answer 2 or 3, as they focus on the “obvious” sights as Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum and The Red Light District. Those who want to experience more than just the highlights can […]
Dénia is a beach city in the province of Alicante, Spain, which has a very special meaning for us, because it was there where we, Beatriz and Lars – The Traveling Consultants, met in 2012. This lovely city is a renowned holiday destination for a long time, attracting thousands of tourists every […]
São Paulo doesn’t need much of an introduction as it is known for one of the world’s most populous cities in the world, the largest city in South America and Brazil’s financial capital. The great cultural dynamism and multiple ethnic origins of its populations make São Paulo also Brazil’s culture capital. Everything happens […]