Recently settled in Brazil I come from Paris where I grew up, studied and lived practically all my life. In general, I like to learn: languages, cultures, getting to know one another. Tourism is new to me, but I feel like I am going to enjoy it so much because it is humanly rewarding, and also because I will certainly get to know better this fabulous country. Delighted to take up new challenges and join Gondwana Brasil team!
Every trip is a discovery and we search to organise tours that allow everyone to make the most of the opportunities of exploration of nature and local culture, living the present moment, personal development and self learning.
“Do what the locals do! At a glance, I am always keen to learn about places and their cultures and explore them with the locals; because I think that they are the real experts of their home no matter how often we look at the guide book in our suitcase or backpack. My philosophy is to go out and listen to them, be interested in their life, hang out with them and eventually gain authenticity”
I was born in Paranaguá, on the coast of Paraná. I have a technical and an undergraduate degree in the tourism field. I have always loved traveling and going to new places - I believe that a person evolves and is transformed by new experiences.
Every journey is a great dream, but traveling to Iguassu Falls is the greatest achievement !
The International relations have always interested me: different languages, economy, culture or landscapes being connected. Knowing is necessary! Traveling is necessary! And only by traveling can we really immerse ourselves in other worlds. That's why I chose to study Tourism and International Relations - to get the chance to relate myself to the world!
“I felt like lying down by the side of the trail and remembering it all. The woods do that to you, they always look familiar, long lost, like the face of a long-dead relative, like an old dream, like a piece of forgotten song drifting across the water, most of all like golden eternities of past childhood or past manhood and all the living and the dying and the heartbreak that went on a million years ago and the clouds as they pass overhead seem to testify (by their own lonesome familiarity) to this feeling.” ― Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums
Explore destinations is to explore life. Venture. Harnessing accidental encounters. Taste exotic flavors . Enjoy the colors , since each place has its special palette. Swap stories and live coexisting . Visit with the heart and soul . Find places to discover .
"There are three things that remain: The certainty that we are always beginning ... The certainty that we must continue ... The certainty that we will be interrupted before ending ... Therefore, we must: Make the interruption a new path. .. From the fall, a step of dance ... From fear, a ladder ... From the dream, a bridge .. From the search, an encounter ... "(Fernando Pessoa)
A cross-cultural explorer passionate about languages and nature, I love to create and facilitate connections that helps us enjoy life and relationships, prosper and discover our true identity. This sentence from the anthropologist Edward T. Hall is the perfect translation of how I feel about travelling: "The best reason for exposing oneself to foreign ways is to generate a sense of vitality and awareness - an interest in life which can come only when one lives through the shock of contrast and difference
Born in Curitiba with a degree in Hospitality and Events. Future tourism specialist and and adventurer at heart. Still unaware of the best way of being happy other than travelling and going to the mountains.
“The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences and there is no greater happiness than a changing horizon, each day with a new and different sun.” (MCCANDLES, Chirstopher)