From Recife to Trancoso

After Gloria do Goitá, we spent a week readjusting to modern life. We spent 4 days in Recife, working a lot and doing some sightseeing. We stayed with Dani and Victor, a very special 8-year-old, who taught us how to be children again! We played a lot: wrestling, running and exchanging football […]

From Recife to Trancoso

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Instituto Verde: Creating social entrepreneurs in poor communities

In Glória do Goitá we also met Vicente Roque one of the founders of the Instituto Verde (IV), a non-profit organization. Vicente, Carolina Magalhães (the current president of the institute) and Graça, an architect and member of the institute, showed us one of the projects the institute is supporting, an association of […]

Instituto Verde: Creating social entrepreneurs in poor communities

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Multiplying life: The Pau-Brasil Foundation

On the final weekend of April we visited the National Pau Brazil Foundation (FUNBRASIL) in Glória do Goitá, Pernambuco. We got to know about the foundation through a friend we met in Tambaba, Marisa. We had shared our dream to work with reforestation with her, and she told us that we had […]

Multiplying life: The Pau-Brasil Foundation

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Wonderful (underwater) world

Everyone turns a bit into a fish when they’re in Fernando de Noronha. Believe it or not, I spent the end of our last day on the beach in this island with my legs between my arms, just floating on the water and drifting off with the waves’ lullaby. That’s right: that […]

Wonderful (underwater) world

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Photos above and below Fernando de Noronha

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Normal tourists in Olinda

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The Beaches of Tamandaré

We left Patacho on March 1. We heard so much about the mass tourism Maragogi that we decided to skip that stretch of coast and go straight to Tamandaré in Pernambuco.

Tamandaré received us with open arms. It was easy to get there, since Christian, the owner of Pousada Patacho, had […]

The Beaches of Tamandaré

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Can fishermen live from the sea without fishing?

“They fished there for many, many years… from father to son, from son to grandson, from grandson to great-grandson and so on… many families lived off the sea…they lived off the sea so much that now there are not as many fish as before… fishermen are now painters, guards, bricklayers or whatever they […]

Can fishermen live from the sea without fishing?

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Second Tree Nursery of Natureza Bela

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With seedlings

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Equipe da Natureza Bela

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