Marisa is a New York Times-published freelance journalist who writes about life at the intersection of travel, technology, and wellbeing. She focuses on living better, respecting unique cultures. and the positive changes that we are making on the future of our globalized world. Marisa is Brazilian-American, has visited nearly 50 countries, and lives in Southern Portugal. Follow her adventures at http://travelingwithboys.com.
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Avoiding the crowds and navigating new regulations at this famous citadel takes some advance planning. Here’s what you need to know.
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With world-class cuisine, thriving nightlife, and a rich cultural heritage on offer – not to mention great surfing – travelers to Peru’s capital are spoiled for choice. Our insider Marisa shows you how to make the most of a 48-hour visit.
Our insider Marisa guides you through 48 action-packed hours in the famed former capital of the Inca empire.
Marisa Megan shares her tips on how to stay safe while exploring Salvador, Brazil.
Everything you need to know to get through the first 24 hours in Salvador, and experience this energetic city like a local.