About LindaDr. Linda Orozco was born and raised in Los Angeles. She travels extensively, and enjoys surfing & running. She believes through immersion in world cultures, customs, music, events, and language we learn the art of living with grace, appreciation, and kindness. She holds a Ph.D. in educational administration, and her career spans over 40 years of service to K-university students. She currently divides her time enjoying the amazing beauty of Rio de Janeiro. Brazil; Amalfi Coast, Italy; Waikiki, Hawaii; & her hometown of Newport Beach, California.
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Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro. For 4 nights from 9pm until DAWN – Over 100,000 performers & 90,000 spectators share in the greatest show on earth. It’s should be on everyone’s bucket list. Here’s highlights with my bilingual commentary. Bom … Continue reading
Step outside your home country, and you’ll quickly learned that banks, credit cards, ATMs, and currency exchanges are not all created equal. Expats and those who travel abroad frequently would do well to have a basic knowledge of how to … Continue reading
FROM ROME AIRPORT Bus, 1 hour, 7 euros There are buses from the airport to Termini train station. Buses are located very close to baggage claim. Go outside to the sidewalk, then turn right. Just walk along the sidewalk to … Continue reading
The Amalfi Coast is famous for Positano, Amalfi, Ravello, and the spectacular 25-mile cliffside drive. Tourists also enjoy excursions to Sorrento, the island of Capri, and the ancient city of Pompeii. But the Coast has some wonderful delights … Continue reading
Rio de Janeiro is so much more than just its famous and iconic landmarks of Christ the Redeemer statue, Sugarloaf, Maracana Stadium, the arches of Lapa, and famous beaches at Ipanema & Copacabana. Here are some of my favorite … Continue reading
Today’s the 2nd anniversary of my retirement. Many thx to family & friends that have made this time an amazing & unbelievable adventure. Here’s lessons learned. 1. My dress shoes are now Havaianas with ‘bling.’ 2. My inner child is … Continue reading