Men’s pants colors you need to have

Pants are one of the most important clothes in the men’s wardrobe, however men usually use the tradicional colors, blue and black. So today I’m here to show the men’s pants colors you need to have in your wardrobe.

Light blue pants

I’m not talking about any kind of light blue pants, but the light blue jeans. It’s basic, classic and super stylist and all men need to have one to wear on a daily basis. It’s a wild piece of clothing that goes with everything. It has a very informal aesthetic and fits many styles.

Dark blue pants

In this option there are more variations of pieces starting from jeans, chino and traditional tailoring. This option has a more formal aspect, although if you know how to compose a more laid-back ensemble, it will fit in well in informal surroundings.

Black pants

Black pants are the most versatile and unrestricted regardless of the fabric. They fit well in more formal, informal, laid-back and classic looks, and can be inserted along with colors and prints or in all-black compositions.

Military Green pants

A color option that never goes out of style, remaining a great option since its arrival, as well as being a chance to dare leaving traditional colors behind.

You like theses options? What’s your favorite? Tell me here and share with your friends.

The best park in Zagreb, Maksimir

Maksimir Park is the oldest public park in Zagreb, Croatia. It forms part of the city’s cultural heritage and is a habitat for many different plant and animal species. If you want to know more about this city you show read why I went there, in Next stop, Zagreb. Here I told the reason why I choose to travel and what you need to know to visit the capital of Croatia.

Maksimir History

Founded in 1787, Maksimir Park was the first large public park in South-Eastern Europe, and predates the majority of Europe’s public park foundings. The park was opened in 1794  under the initiative of the man for whom it was named, Bishop Maksimilijan Vrhovac of Zagreb. At that time, the park was located on the outskirts of the city, although today it is surrounded by many of the city’s neighborhoods.

Nature in Maksimir

If you are looking for a place to walk and feel like you are into the medieval age, Maksimir is the best park in Zagreb for it. The part of the park next to the city there is some playground areas for children, grass to play with you dog, make a picnic… but as you walk along the paths through the trees, the scenery changes.

In the middle of the park there is the main street and in the end a big bar/coffee to drink something, form this part on you will walk to big open areas and then start the closed florets with paths like from past century. You will feel like in a movie. Besides you will see 3 lakes. 1 small and 2 biges. The view is wonderful, probably you will meet some turtles, ducks and a bunch of birds who lives in Maksimir.

The birds in the small lake

Buildings in Maksimir

1 – Obelisk

The pyramid-shaped monument is the work of sculptor Joseph Käschmann, who Archbishop Juraj Haulik had erected in 1843 in the Dahlia Valley as part of the completion of work in Maksimir Park. Three larger laurel wreaths made of bronze are installed on the square base at the rear and to the left and right. In the pyramidal part of the monument on each side are built four smaller laurel wreaths also made of bronze.

2 – Echo Pavilion

Also known as the Latern Temple , is a pavilion in Maksimir Park , built after 1840 according to a design by Franz Schücht .The pavilion was built in honor of the goddess Echo , so it successfully repels sounds , after which it got its name. The public institution “Maksimir” renovated the pavilion in 2001.

3 – Chapel of St. George in Maksimir

This neo-Gothic chapel, popularly called “crikvica”, was built in the period from 1862 to 1864 , on an elevated site near Haulik’s summer house. The base of the chapel is in the shape of a cross with short transept wings and a polygonal sanctuary. The walls are made of brick and the structural parts of stone . The façade with a portal to which a tall window with a pointed arch continues ends in a transept . The other two large windows on the wings are transepts . The roof was covered with slate

4 – Swiss house

The Swiss house , also known as the “Tyrolean house”, is a one-story house in the Maksimir forest park. It was built according to a design by Franz Schücht , from 1841 to the autumn of 1842 . The ground floor is made of hewn stone, and the first floor is made of roughly hewn oak beams, surrounded by a wooden balcony supported by four wooden beams. There is also a balcony under the eaves. The two-part roof is covered with slate.

5 – Lookout Kiosk

The Kiosk lookout tower in Maksimir Park was built in the period from 1841 to 1843 , according to a design by Franz Schücht. The most prominent object is in the park, the center from which the roads fork, around which the main parts of the park are gathered. It is a stereometric two-storey building 17 meters high, with a square floor plan on the ground floor surrounded by a porch above which is a terrace. 

6 – Sokolska mogila in Maksimir

Sokolska mogila in the park-forest Maksimir is a memorial mound, built in 1925 . That year, the thousandth anniversary of the Croatian kingdom was celebrated throughout Croatia, and this was one of the buildings erected on that occasion. Narrow steps lead to the top of the mound. At the top is a stone monument with a statue of a falcon with outstretched wings. Around the mound is a narrow spiral path to the top. 

7 – Birch gazebo

Fisherman’s hut a wooden hut built from 1853 to 1862. A place to stay beside the lake to see the nature, animals and the perfect view of the lake. Made of bamboo and wood, its architecture resembles an old chapel.e of woods the ar

This place is wonderful, if you travel to Zagreb you have to visit this place and feel the fresh air. Walk to feel the peace. Take a look in the Where to stay in Zagreb and discovered a great place to stay. Croatia is a amazing country.

Tell me if you like this kind of park, if you already know this place…see you soon.

Yellow Ribbon – Setembro Amarelo

September 10 is the World Suicide Prevention Day, and in Brazil September is the month where we talk about suicide prevention and mental health. Around the world they use the Yellow Ribbon to talk about this campaign and in Brazil there is Setembro Amarelo.

I would like to ask permission to talk about this subject even though I am not a health professional, psychologist, psychiatrist or psychoanalyst. It’s too important for me this month and will make me feel better if I can help someone with this text.

Life is hard. The world is cruel. People have been losing their hope. We know, but we need to be strong in order to survive this war. Augusto Cury said, “No one can hurt you more than you can hurt yourself”

People don’t like to talk about this topic, me neither, every time I see, say or write something about suicide, I cry because I think how depressed and hurt a person can be to end their own life. However is very important discuss about it and help people get through this,

Life is so short, don’t lose you time paying attention in other opinion, we are not able to please everyone. There will always be someone to criticize or judge anything. And if you give attention for them, they will feel strong to hurt others.

We have been pass through hard times, the Coronavirus Pandemic put us in bad situation and self-isolation, so it’s time to spread and share positive energy, good vibes and tell that we survive of this. We are strong to don’t listen bad comments.

Be yourself, be proud of who you are, you are the only one and nobody can be you.

Don’t keep inside you bad feeling, if you are not ok, ask for help, talk with someone you trust. I think there should be good organization in your town prepared to give you a positive word. Please, don’t feel weak about seeking help from therapists or other mental health professionals. Weakness is doesn’t be honest with yourself and lie to yourself that everything is ok.

We are human, we feel afraid, loneliness, insecurity and this makes us unique and gives us the ability to evolve and grow. Let’s make this world a better place, let’s share love and kindness.

Caetano Veloso esgota 6 espetáculos e anuncia data extra em Lisboa

Caetano Veloso esgotou 6 espetáculos em Portugal uma semana após o anúncio dos shows, e uma data extra foi então inserida para ser a oportunidade de ver Caetano em Portugal no dia 11 de setembro, no Coliseu dos Recreio, em Lisboa. Corra! Pois os ingressos já estão à venda!

Voz e Violão

Para agradar o público Caetano traz os shows no formato favorito dos seus fãs, voz e violão. Serão 7 espetáculos divididos em:

1, 2, 3 e 11 de Setembro, no Coliseu dos Recreios, em Lisboa;

5 de Setembro, no Teatro Municipal da Guarda;

7 e 8 de Setembro, no Coliseu Porto Ageas.

Portugal é o último país da sua sequência de shows pela Europa, vindo de duas sessões esgotadas em Elbphilharmonie, em Hamburgo, a Philharmonie de Paris e a Arena5, em Bruxelas.

40 depois…

A primeira vez que Caetano Veloso subuiu ao palco do Coliseu dos Recreio foi em setembro de 1981, 40 depois retorna aos Coliseus de Lisboa, Porto e na Guarda. Nessas 4 década foram várias vezes que seus shows passaram por Portugal, sempre trazendo novidades e novos conceitos, mas algo sempre em comum, ingressos esgotados.

Caetano Veloso

Cantor, compositor, guitarrista, vencedor de Grammys, e ativista de causas políticas e sociais, Caetano Veloso desempenhou um papel central na modernização da MPB com a criação do Tropicalismo nos anos 60 do século XX, movimento com alcance mundial que mescla as seus passeios pelo universo pop global com o contexto local de turbulência e repressão política então vivido no Brasil (que culminaria com a prisão e exílio do músico). Caetano Veloso conquistou uma carreira única que transformou a música brasileira para sempre e marcou o panorama mundial com dezenas de discos. O mais recente, “Ofertório Ao Vivo” (2018), foi gravado com os seus três filhos.

Informações Bilheteria

Lotações reduzidas de acordo com as normas impostas pela DGS

De acordo com a atualização de 15/06/2021 da Norma 019/2020 da DGS a apresentação de teste negativo para o SARS-CoV-2 ou, em alternativa, do Certificado Digital é obrigatória para o acesso aos espetáculos nos Coliseus. Na Guarda não será necessário teste ou certificado (lotação abaixo dos 500 lugares).

11 de Setembro | Lisboa | Coliseu dos Recreios – 20h30

Preço Bilhetes:
Cadeiras Orquestra: 85€
1ª Plateia: 65€
2ª Plateia: 50€
Balcão Central: 45€
Balcão Lateral: 27,50€
Camarote 1ª Central (6 lugares): 300€
Camarote 1ª Lateral (5 lugares): 200€
Camarote 2ª Central: (6 lugares) 270€
Camarote 2ª Lateral (5 lugares): 150€

Locais de venda: Coliseu dos Recreios,, , FNAC, Worten, El Corte Inglês, Postos CTT, ServEasy, Pousadas da Juventude, Agência ABEP

E pra você já sentir um pouco do que será o show, confirma o clássico Alegria, Alegria no formato voz e violão


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Where to stay in Zagreb?

Hi guys!

If yoIf you entered this post at random, I’m doing a series on Zagreb. At the post Next stop, Zagreb I was talking about why a choose to came to this city and some good stuffs to make you go there too. But on this posts I gonna talk about a good question Where to stay in Zagreb?

When you go to another city or country you need to stay in a good, safe and nice place, in preference paying low prices, and my suggestion is – stay in an Airbnb.


Probability you know what is Airbnb, but if you don’t I tell you. Is a website where you can book rooms, apartments, houses, hotel room or a hostel space. Yeah, there are several options for you to choose where you want to stay. Open create an account and start your search to you best place to stay.

Airbnb homepage

In Airbnb you can search a place using filters to select the best option for you, for exemplo, you can only see place with air-conditional, or laundry machine, or places for long trips, in downtown, outskirts or wherever you want.

Mansion Hallenbach

When I decided to go to Zagreb I did everything I mentioned above, and the universe send me to an amazing place, The Mansion Hallenbach. If you try to search using this name you not gonna find anything because I created this name from the last name of my hostler Alex Hallenbach.

Door of the room

The house in a big one if tow floors, downstairs lived Alex and his lovely girlfriend Petra and I was upstairs. In the house you have space to cook, rest, wash you clothes, feel the fresh air at the balcony or just stay at the big room.


Mansion Hallenbach is next to the most famous park at Zagreb, The Park Maksimir, close to downtown, supermarket, coffee shops and in a good localization to get train or bus to go to the museums, churches or shopping mall.

Alex Hallenbach is one of the most polite and receptive person I’ve ever met. Always available to help, teach or just spend a nice time. He helps me with the trains to go downtown, where I could bought cheep food and a lot of stuffs I asked him.

The place smells of history, some objects that make up the bedroom furniture are heirlooms from the Hallenbach family.The bed, the mirror and the chest are pieces from the last century and make the room very special. On the balcony you have an incredible view with trees and can enjoy the sunrise and sunset.

Click here to book Mansion Hallenbach

The Chest
The balcony view


me, my mother, Petra and Alex

If you want to go to Zagreb, you should research to a good place, with good people to help you, see what do you need to a better trip and how to make it easy to spend this days of out you home. Airbnb is too safe for rent a place, I suggest you to talk with you hostler and discovered the place before arrive to make you days more easy. I love my days at the Mansion Hallenbach, Alex and Petra are incredible humans and found new friends there for my hole life. You should go to Zagreb.

And you, have already use Airbnb? What was your experience? Tell me and if you want to see more photos open my instagram profile @rodrigirao15.

Next Stop, Zagreb

Hi guys.

Everybody knows that I love to travel and discovered new places and If you follow me on instagram you have already saw some stories I had made in Zagreb, Croatia. I spent some days in the capital of Croatia to relax and discover this amazing city. Let’s start, next stop, Zagreb!

Croatian Society of Fine Artists

Why Zagreb?

All of my friends asked me, why Zagreb? In the middle of coronavirus pandemic most of the countries are closed with you are flying from Brazil. I had been working in Home Office since 2019 and it had been a long time since I went on vacation to take a long trip and be able to really rest and recharge my energy. I made a research and saw the it was possible to travel to Croatia, was open for turism. In the middle of my researches I saw a lots of stuffs about the country on Google and see how beautiful is Zagreb. That’s when I decided, next stop, Zagreb!


What to do before flight?

Make a internacional trip it’s not easy, in pandemic times, very difficult but I needed that trip.

The first step was check all the rules and papers I needed to travel and than decided when I will be flight, so let’s make the check list. When you choose to travel to Europe you will need I passport, round-trip tickets, health insurance, PCR-Test and money. The passport must be valid for more than 6 months after the return date, so check the dates of you passport.

At the airport, on the Emigration they will ask you the day you will arrive back to Brazil, so buy both tickets and think about how many days you want o stay because of the follow itens.

The number of days you want to stay abroad will determine how many days you have to buy for the heath insurance and how much money will you have to take. The heath insurance need to start at the day you departure and finish when you arrive at Brazil, so think about this for not have problems and you need to check about money too.

Each country determines a minimum amount of money for each day you will stay in the country. So it’s important to get some money with you to show in the Emigration in case of they ask you to see the real money.

About Zagreb

Zagreb is the capital of Croatia with 806,341 of population. Although it is a big city, Zagreb is not like São Paulo or Rio de Janeiro, in this case, we have a calm, peaceful and clean city. And when I say clean I mean not finding garbage on the streets.

The water is drinkable and fresh from several sources around the city. People living in Croatia are proud of their water and offering tourists to fill their water bottles.

Park Zrinjevac

When you are at the town you have some squares in downtown with green areas and others with water sources creating scene to take a lot of pictures. There ares beautiful churches, the most famous St. Mark’s Church where there is a colorful mosaic on the ceiling.

St. Mark’s Church

If you are looking for a place to travel in a different way of the normal routes, Zagreb should be your place. I really like the city, the people and the weather. I felt very safe and welcomed by the local people, they are very welcoming and try to help you. I visited some beautiful areas and saw greatest squares and parks and churches, everything was perfect. I want to go back there someday.

#PrideMonth – Welcome to Valley -Ep 4

Hello, guys

Today I’m here to continue the serie of videos, in this video of Welcome to Valley – Ep4, I gonna talk about Gender Identity

Do you know what Gender Identity is? There is 3 types of Gender Identity and in this video I’ll gonna tell you which are and the diference, so watch, like and comment about.

Just for note.

There are 3 Gender Identity

Cis-Gender, Transgender and No-Binarei

Leave here in the comments what you think of the video and send me on instagram DIRECT any doubts and questions you may have.

#PrideMonth – Welcome to Valley -Ep 3

Hello, guys

Today I’m here to continue the serie of videos, in this video of Welcome to Valley – Ep3, I gonna talk about biologic sex

In this video I’m gonna star to talk about the types of Biologic Sex and the importance to know the diference between them.

Just for note.

There are 3 Biologic Sex

Male, Female and Intersex

Leave here in the comments what you think of the video and send me on instagram DIRECT any doubts and questions you may have.

#PrideMonth – Safest countries for LGBTQIA+

Hi guy, what’s up?

In order to continue the themes about the Pride Month, I’m here to show you what’s the safest countries in the world for LGBTQIA+

We know that Brasil is not a safe place if you are a LGBTQIA+ and now a days we have a government that share a lot of hate for all of us, because of this who have a good conditions and money leave this country in order to live in a safest place.

The classification of a country as safe for the LGBTQIA+ community takes into account the following requirements:

  • legalization of same-sex marriage;
  • right to adoption;
  • laws to protect and protect worker;
  • rights for trans people;
  • intersex rights;
  • criminalization of violence and intolerance against LGBTQI+ people.


Number one, containing anti-discrimination laws, legalization of marital union, permission for adoption, recognition of trans rights, LGBT marketing – in addition to not having, in general, none of the negative aspects, such as travel restrictions for HIV-positive people, religious influence, intolerance and others .


Although the country is not in the top 5 of Spartacus’ list, the country has legalized same-sex relationships since 1972, and it also allows marriage, adoption, and anti-discrimination laws. However, until 2019, sterilization in transgender people was mandatory.


Listed third in the ranking, Sweden has the same aspects as Canada, in addition to having an excellent Human Development Index of 0.945 (data from the year 2019).


As in Finland, relations between LGBTQI+ have been legally recognized since 1972, in addition to having specific laws against intersex discrimination. They also allow marriage, adoption, as long as the couple is officially joined by law.


The relationship between LGBT+ people has been allowed since 1940, in addition to containing laws on trans rights, intersex, anti-discrimination, allowing marriage and adoption. Marketing to LGBTQI+ audiences, however, is not legally required.


With almost the same criteria that Iceland has, the oceanic country is in the thirteenth line of the ranking, having the difference that trans cannot serve in the army.

The list also includes other countries such as Malta, Austria, Argentina, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Denmark, Germany, Portugal, Colombia and Switzerland in the dark green band, which indicates the most LGBTQI+ friendly territories possible.

If you are think about to travel or moving to another country, I suggest you to check this list and consider all the point.

Tell me what do you think about and share with your friends

#PrideMonth – 10 LGBTQIA+ Musics

Hey guys! June is the pride month, the most important time when we celebrate all the struggles and achievements won during these years for respect and rights.

Many of these achievements are due to art and mainly through music. Many artists produced songs to talk about love, freedom and equal rights among people.
They are inspiring songs to strengthen the cause and thus become anthems for social positioning, including important demonstrations and protests for the LGBTQIA+ community.

So I decided to select some music that are made to talk about LGBTQ community rights and respects.
When we talk about a singer that make this song, one of the most important name is Madonna.

1 – Vogue by Madonna

It makes no difference if you’re black or white
If you’re a boy or a girl
If the music’s pumping it will give you new life
You’re a superstar
Yes, that’s what you are, you know it

2 – Born This Way – Lady GaGa

No matter gay, straight or bi
Lesbian, transgendered life
I’m on the right track, baby
I was born to survive

3 – You Need to Calm Down – Taylor Swift

You just need to take several seats and then try to restore the peace
And control your urges to scream about all the people you hate
‘Cause shade never made anybody less gay so

4 – Firework – Katy Perry

You don’t have to feel like a waste of space
You’re original, cannot be replaced
If you only knew what the future holds
After a hurricane comes a rainbow

5 – True Colors – Cyndi Lauper

But I see your true colors
Shining through
I see your true colors
And that’s why I love you
So don’t be afraid to let them show
Your true colors
True colors are beautiful
Like a rainbow

6 – I Want To Break Free – Queen

I want to break free
I want to break free
I want to break free from your lies
You’re so self satisfied I don’t need you
I’ve got to break free
God knows, God knows I want to break free

7 – Girls / Girls / Boys – Panic! At the Disco

Girls love girls and boys
Girls love girls and boys
And never did I think that I
Would be caught in the way you got me
But girls love girls and boys
And love is not a choice

8 – Beautiful – Christina Aguilera

‘Cause we are beautiful no matter what they say
Yes, words won’t bring us down, no, no
We are beautiful in every single way
Yes, words can’t bring us down, oh, no
So don’t you bring me down today

9 – Everyone is Gay – A Great Big World

If you’re gay then you’re gay
Don’t pretend that you’re straight
You can be who you are any day of the week
You are unlike the others
So strong and unique
We’re all with you

10 – Boys Who Like Boys – Eli Lieb

So what’s your problem with boys who like boys
Maybe we just want a little love
Boys who like boys
Know one holds you like a big man does
Go keep on hating I’ll just keep dancing
With boys who like boys
Yeah, I just want a little love

Tell me, what’s your favorite song and If you know another put on the comments to share with the others. Follow me on social medias using @rodrigirao15.

See you and Happy PRIDE 🏳️‍🌈