Tag: Portugal

Four Portuguese Foods to Try

Four Portuguese Foods to Try

When most people think of food from Europe, their mind usually jumps to Italian pasta, French crepes, or British fish n’ chips. I doubt many people think of Portugal for its culinary arts. Most people probably don’t even know what they eat in Portugal—I know . . . read more

The Libraries of Your Dreams

The Libraries of Your Dreams

We love books because they take us around the world, into the past or future, and beyond the limits of reality. True book lovers don’t mind toting around their current read. Doing so allows them to prop open their current book and read through a . . . read more

Q&A with “Citizen of the World”

Q&A with “Citizen of the World”

“I see myself as every citizen of the world,” says Ruth Baptista. She was born in Angola, moved to Portugal when she was two, spent time in England, and now lives in the United States. But living in and visiting various countries are not the only reasons she feels like a world citizen.

Body Language: Don’t Get Lost in Translation

Body Language: Don’t Get Lost in Translation

Our insiders share their tips and tricks to make your body language blend in with the locals’ and to avoid making a major faux-pas.