There is Summer Below the Equatorial Line 

Whilst enjoying a twofold break, from the northern hemisphere winter and from work, I wish you all, my blog’s friends, a peaceful and balanced start of 2017. 

I’m sharing the views that are making my days more beautiful, and hopefully will make yours too.

Till soon!  

Photos taken in Muro Alto beach, state of Pernambuco, Brazil.

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Sharing my views and experiences with words and photos - taken with diverse angles - influenced by the multicultural countries I have lived and worked. I studied Psychology and have an MBA. After working for corporates, I became an entrepreneur and consultant. Cycling, hiking, windsurfing, cooking, reading, yoga, writing and photographing, are no longer just hobbies listed in a resume.

41 thoughts on “There is Summer Below the Equatorial Line 

  1. Ah, so sublime, Lucille! Looks like paradise! Last year at this time, we were in Baja enjoying the arid/subtropical days of windsurfing! Hoping for that getaway in 2018. Some friends recently bought and built a vacay house in Brazil, not sure where, but it’s windy because they are windsurfers. Nice to see your beautiful post!

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    1. Hello Terri, it felt like paradise, as it wasn’t crowded with tourists. How interesting about your friends’ house in Brazil. Could well be in the northeastern area, as there are great places to windsurf there.
      Great to see you here and sorry for late reply.

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  2. Dank je well, Lucile – and he very same to you! Have some great holidays! (I feel like I brought similar pictures from Walcheren, but admittedly, the weather cannot have been quite as nice – though we had lots of sun.) Cheers, Tobias

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    1. Graag gedaan, Tobias. I had a wonderful time. Took me a while to get back to blogging and it’s been very rare to do so. But I treasure all interactions I have with you all. Thanks. Cheers. Lucile

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  3. You’re a long way from home and winter, Lucile, so enjoy! I’m heading south, too, in less than two weeks, although not nearly as far, only to Arizona. I’m thinking of taking the radical step of taking a cyber break from blogging and the internet for that week and a half, especially as my parents don’t have internet. I think it would be a nice break, but after five years of daily blogging, quite a change. 🙂

    janet

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    1. Hello Janet, I’m replying to you after such a long time! Apologies. Only today I went through comments since January.
      I’m curious to learn about your offline vacations and blogging pause!
      Cheers,
      Lucile

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      1. Don’t worry, Lucile. I thought it would be really difficult to take a break, but it was great and so relaxing. My parents don’t have internet, so although I did keep up with email on my phone and took lots of photos with it, I didn’t do any blogging things. I’ll definitely do it again when I’m on vacation or at least not feel compelled to blog every day. I highly recommend it.

        janet

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  4. You’ve just gotten me more excited than ever to set sail across the Indian and then Atlantic (again) Oceans. We plan to arrive in Brazil in February 2019. In the interim, I have your images to keep me dreaming! Wishing you much happiness, peace and success in 2017! Big hug from Johor Bahru.

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    1. Hello Lisa, I’m late with this reply. Apologies and thanks for the wonderful wishes which I would like to share with you too. And a double hug!!
      How wonderful is this plan! Who knows if I won’t be there at the same time.
      How’s the trip going?
      Xx

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