Raquel Ochoa

Raquel Ochoa - WEF - Hotel Palacio Estoril - Portugal - 2017

Raquel Ochoa

Portuguese Award Writer

Portugal

Was born in Lisbon in 1980, daughter of mother educator of childhood and father lawyer, with three brothers. Graduated in Law.
Cronista of trips, publishes impressions on the various corners of the world in his blog www.omundoleseaviajar.blogspot.com, in addition to collaborating with several newspapers and magazines. In 2008 he published two works, “The Wind of Others” – a chronicle of trips to South America and “Bana – A life to sing Cape Verde”, the biography of the singer. In 2011 he released his fourth work, “A Infanta Rebelde”, the biography of Infanta D. Maria Adelaide de Bragan├ža, decorated by the President of the Republic with the Order of Civil Merit. His second novel, “No End in Sight – The Journey,” made its debut in September 2012. It chronicles the adventure of a character with serious heart problems traveling through Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Macau , Sri Lanka. In May 2014 he published “Mar Humano”, a historical novel that reflects on the journalism practiced and practiced in Portugal, at the same time bringing together such disparate themes as the longevity of human life and the impact of science on the evolution of consciousness. In July of 2015 publishes “The Brides of the Sultan”, a historical novel whose narrative is based on truthful facts occurred in 1793 when, dragged by a storm, arrived in Lisbon boats with the family and harem of the sultan of Morocco Mohamed III. In July of 2015 publishes “The Brides of the Sultan”, a historical novel whose narrative is based on truthful facts occurred in 1793 when, dragged by a storm, arrived in Lisbon boats with the family and harem of the sultan of Morocco Mohamed III.