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. Click image above to visit my Pinterest Travel Board The Falls split the border between Brazil and Argentina and this is why there are a fair few spellings. From… 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
The first part of our Round the World adventure took us to Brazil, starting in Rio de Janeiro. We knew we were throwing ourselves in the deep end starting with South America and a Portuguese speaking country, but we have loved our experiences so far! We spent 5 nights in two area of Rio; Copacabana… Continue reading Top 5 Things to do in Rio de Janeiro
This is the hostel I have been looking forward to staying in the most and it didn't disappoint. We moved here on Day 3 in Rio de Janeiro and came from the Copacabana area up to Santa Theresa in order to move closer to Central Rio. Click image above to visit my Pinterest Travel Board… Continue reading Rio Forest Hostel Review
Packing for a Round the World Trip is no easy task but in this guide I hope to make your life a little easier. You could genuinely spend all your savings on the latest gadgets, lightweight this and that and end up packing the kitchen sink. But then you risk the chance of breaking your… Continue reading RTW Packing Guide: Travel Accessories
The very short answer is Google Maps and a Spreadsheet. End of Blog. Only kidding! For us we have chopped the trip in half. As we are going to working for 6 months in Australia, we know we have plenty of time to plan the second half of the trip. This has made it much… Continue reading How to Plan a Round the World Trip
Saving has never been my strong suit, mainly because I have always thought I don’t earn enough to even save and my spare money usually got spent on gifts for other people! So when we made the decision we were going travelling and we plucked the £10,000 each figure out the air... we had something… Continue reading How to Save for Round the World Travel