From reading blogs about the Chile Border we were rather nervous about this journey. Our initial worries were about their strict policies which in all honesty make sense. Chile is very isolated from the rest of South America due to the Andes therefore, they are less prone to diseases from elsewhere. They want to keep… Continue reading Crossing the Border to Chile
There are no roads, no vehicles, no electricity or pipelines in Cabo Polonio. It does however have a complete charm about the place with rancho hostels, beaches, lighthouse, solar power and an array of animals.
San Pedro de Atacama has transformed with the increasing number of tourists in the past years. It was first inhabited by Atacamenos who were renowned for their impressive basket work and pottery. San Pedro is known for its desert landscape, dry climate and below freezing evenings. You are likely to experience mild altitude sickness such… Continue reading San Pedro de Atacama: Discovering the Driest Desert in the World
We have spent 2 weeks travelling west through the diverse country of Argentina. Our last stop in Argentina took us to Mendoza, the bustling city at the foothills of the eastern side of the Andes. We arrived by coach after a 10 hour overnight bus from Cordoba without any drama. Travellers are drawn to Mendoza… Continue reading Exploring Mendoza: To Do and To Stay
Sometimes while travelling you have to step away from the planned itinerary and go with the flow. While staying at Hotel Club Mendoza, we were offered an opportunity to go on a road trip to San Juan... a place hadn't heard of but was the next province to Mendoza. Our ears pricked up at the… Continue reading Adventures to Valle de la Luna
As I'm usually not a fan of big cities, I didn't expect much of the capital city of Argentina. How wrong was I! Buenos Aires (translates to 'fair winds') is by far my favourite place so far! We spent 5 days exploring and has been the first place that felt like home. We found Buenos… Continue reading Fall in Love with Buenos Aires
Punta Del Este is known as South Americas most glamourous resorts with it's A-List celebrity beaches, pristine beaches and yacht harbour.
Budgeting for a Round the World Trip can be difficult. Find out how much it costs to travel through Brazil in a month.
Stunning. Breath-taking. Jaw-dropping. Awe-inspiring. Just a few words that came out of our mouths on the 2 days we spent exploring the Iguacu and Iguazu Falls. The Falls split the border between Brazil and Argentina and this is why there are a fair few spellings. From what I have figured out it's Iguacu for the… Continue reading Iguacu Falls: The Best of Both Sides
A peaceful island with no cars, pristine beaches, rainforest hikes and eye-capturing waterfalls is certainly the making of a weekend in paradise. For Ilha Grande this hasn't always been the case. Formally, it hosted a high security prison for Brazils most violent criminals. Fortunately, it is now known as one of the safest places in… Continue reading A Weekend in Paradise: Ilha Grande