MY BEST TRIP
Fourth time in Brazil, third in Rio, second in Rio for Carnaval...
"Can't this guy ever get enough?" some might say. Guess not.
And the good thing is that EVERYTIME I come back, I think it was a completely different trip, and even better, much more fun than the last one.
"So how does he do it?" Some of you might think.
I just found that maybe it's not the place: not the warm weather nor the great beaches, not the quiet sunsets or the endless parties, nor the pretty people or the good restaurants - no! - it's just simply the same place, but with the right person.
It's all about the company. And if the company is alright, the trip will be alright. But if the company is the best you've ever had, then the trip, that journey yo just made, will be the best one ever.
Happily for me, this trip, this last trip to Rio, was the BEST trip I've ever had. And that is a reason to celebrate and remember for ever.
For I had the most impecable travel companion, that one that cheered you up when you woke up and it was raining, or that one that made you look good at the beach, the one that went with you to many places even if he wouldn't wanted to go, and with a smile. The one that simply was there everytime you needed help or needed a smile.
So this trip was AMAZING.
Found a lot of new things in Rio. Didn't take many pictures, though. But I've got some pretty good tips to gave out. Not as in quantity, but quality. Hope you enjoy them. So take a look at my Rio page (under construction), you might find what you're looking for.
Don't know really. Thought it was Greece, but then I think it's not.
Maybe some nearby cities: Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, and why not, maybe Rio again.
Or I might explore Santiago a little bit more.
For there's nothing more rewarding that knowing a little bit more about your hometown, that tip you found out by yourself and nobody else gave it to you. YOUR TIP.
So if someone asks "Where are you travelling next?" I'll probably say: "to Santiago, right over here. And with the best company I have."
Can I ask for more? I guess not. And I'm thankful for that.