Cuando nadie me ve de sara carbonero
sara carbonero explains her feelings in oporto
Besides being the most personal drink, coffee is recommended for many reasons: it accelerates the metabolism, prevents diseases such as cancer or diabetes and even reduces the risk of premature mortality, as demonstrated by the WHO in a recent study.
In both Porto and Madrid I have special places where I can practice this philosophy, enjoy a good coffee and feel at home. I will start with my Portuguese home, because if there is something that is not lacking in Oporto are charming cafes, and I wanted to share with you some of my favorites.
Continuing with my safe bets… Both for breakfast and for a snack, making a stop at Chocolataria das Flores is to know in advance that we will fall into the sweetest temptation. Their cakes and biscuits are a weakness and go great with a cup of chocolate or a good cappuccino (Rua das Flores, 121).
For those who plan to tour Porto by bike (a wise choice) I recommend making a first stop at Hungry Biker. In addition to recharge your batteries with their smoothies, avocado toast, waffles with fruit or colorful bowls, you can rent your bike here and plan your tour while recharging your batteries with a delicious cup of coffee (Rua das Taipas, 68/72).
sara carbonero and amaia montero, when no one can see us
A few months ago a new extreme sport hit the media: parachute jumping from a drone. The protagonist was a jumper who dropped from a huge drone propelled by propellers in Latvia. I admit that repeating that feat is not in my plans. However, I’ve always wondered what it must feel like up there, what it would be like to enjoy the world from a bird’s eye view. Of course, no 30-second free fall. Better to take our time and enjoy the views like those who dare to hang glide or paraglide.
Okay, this is not exactly «new» but I know that if I were to live another trip like the one I made to Senegal with Unicef, I would feel all those emotions as if it were the first time. In the post Skin to skin I told you that this was the trip that has marked me the most in my life. I still think so. To be able to help those who need it is something precious and to see how there are people who dedicate their whole life to others is really one of the most admirable things there is. Let’s hope that our paths cross again.
sara carbonero and paula echevarría, face to face | elle spain
Sara Carbonero has launched her new blog in Elle magazine entitled Cuando nadie me ve, and in it she wanted to remember her first steps with the women’s publication, as well as tell us about her goals, show us her covers and inaugurate it with a ribbon and her fingers as scissors. Source: Cuando nadie me ve
Sara Carbonero has launched her new blog in Elle magazine entitled Cuando nadie me ve, and in it she wanted to remember her first steps with the women’s publication, in addition to telling us about her goals, showing us her covers and inaugurating it with a ribbon and her fingers as scissors. Source: Cuando nadie me ve
los javis and sara carbonero for «cuando nadie nos ve».
I was looking out the window hoping to see something, anything, a cloud, the sky, the wings of the plane, the city in the distance… but we were in the middle of a closed fog and everything was white around us.
The pilot warned us that we had not been able to finish the landing maneuver due to the proximity with another plane with which we did not keep the minimum safety distance. He must have said something like that because at that moment neither I nor many passengers heard anything….
We were more than twice as long as the flight should have taken and beyond the delay and the setback of not arriving at the scheduled time, the situation was becoming more and more overwhelming.
I swore that if we landed safely, I would drive back to Porto the next day. That I wouldn’t get back on a plane for a while. And I prayed. I would venture to say that at that moment ninety percent of the passengers on the plane did too. Even if they didn’t believe in anything, it didn’t matter.