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Unexpected findings to share.

Traveling is the passion of many. Discovering  places off schedule, taking the risk of small or big detours, not so much. I started traveling this sublime earth as a teenager, with a backpack and staying at youth hostels. Since then, I have circled the globe several times, but the constant element in my trips, it's the fact that I live the most memorable moments when I go off script, and plunge into The Small Detour. This site is to inspire you to take your own. 

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OUR TRAVELING BLOG

August 22, 2017

Buenos Aires- As everyone knows Italian culture and gastronomy has an enduring influence in Argentina. But this place, La Pecora Nera, is simply outstanding. The Argentinian chef, Daniel Hansen, creates a delicious Italian Mediterranean cuisin...

August 19, 2017

Florence- Buca dell' Orafo is a tiny basement wine cellar turned intro a restaurant near medieval Ponte Vecchio. I have to confess I just wandered in because it's so picture perfect it resembles a still life painting. I knew nothing about the...

August 18, 2017

Monter o Novo- The Small Detour is about being spontaneous while traveling so you can let yourself be carried away by the surprises that can be found when you leave your schedule behind. This was a great one last April. During our road trip ar...

April 10, 2017

Toledo- My beloved husband likes to celebrate a marathon for my birthday every year, in amazing destinations (it helps that my birthday is during Spring Break). Last year it was the Ring Road trip around Iceland. This year it was another wonde...

April 4, 2017

Lisbon- In this magical city which we adore, if you know good food, you have to start by eating at one of chef Jose Avillez restaurants. We tried his newest one, Bairro Do Avillez.  There are no words for the sheer magic Avillez creates i...

April 3, 2014

Japan- The Tsukiji Market its unavoidable if you visit Tokyo, and for good reason. It is the largest wholesale fish market in the planet. The Tuna Auction in Tsukiji Fish Market, for example, has been operating for 20 generations. It's an unfo...

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