Good advice from a chance meeting led us to Inhotim with its fusion of botanical garden and contemporary art. So beautiful, so unexpected, so amazing.
We left Teresópolis with 100s of colourful photos from their annual classic car meeting. We saw many old, often unknown, vehicles typical of Brazil.
Are you planning to visit Rio de Janeiro? We recommend you allow some time to go and see the Oscar Niemeyer architecture (and more) in Niterói!
We had heard about Paraty (or Parati) but we didn’t read much in advance. It turned out to be a pretty colonial gem and a real photographer’s paradise.
This street art is big and special! In Florianópolis, Brazil, we found an overpass turned into colourful urban art for the Bienal Brasileira de Design 2015.
They are slowly diminishing in numbers but Uruguay still has many rare and old cars on the roads – everywhere. This is a gallery of the ones we spotted.
Our second gallery of public art in San Gregorio de Polanco concentrates mostly on murals found near the town square. More superb street art in Uruguay.
San Gregorio de Polanco in Uruguay surprised us on several levels: it’s a sleepy beach town on a lake, yet it is home to some amazing murals and sculptures.