Ok, so the currently super-trendy Supper Club movement — and for those less Foodie-inclined, this is best quickly described as restaurant-like event hosted in a private home or space that offers, at its best, both an intimate atmosphere and the opportunity for culinary experiment — needn’t “roll over” just yet, it’s just that when met with Laila Adipe Assef Bistro in Trancoso, Brazil, the competition looks pretty steep. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the best things about the Americas is the incredible layering of cultures brought about, of course, from not always the finest moments of the history of the last 500 or so years. You could say it’s like making lemonade from historical lemons, but most just call it the melting pot.
Every country or region of the Americas has its unique mix, but the the combination of Portuguese, African and native influences found in Brazil gave rise to a particular melting pot of movement famous the world over: Capoeira. Thousands of foreign students travel to Brazil every year to master the martial art, but if you prefer your movement with a little Hungarian twist, why not try the Forró, the Northeastern Brazilian dance fueled by songs about love and romance, passion, jealousy, or reminiscing about an ex-lover.
For a total experience of Brazilian Bliss, learn them both while taking relaxing breaks on a perfect beach in Trancoso or just chilling out at your own private “Casa” at Uxua Casa Hotel, White Line Hotels’ insider tip.