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Hitchhiking Chile & Argentina: Our First Experience and What We Learned

hitchhiking chile and argentina

 Hitchhiking in Chile was my first time ever hitchhiking and i must admit I was hesitant to try it, but in this case, I didn’t really have a choice! Keep Read more…


​"You’re not a Mountaineer, Bianca" – How I survived Hiking Acatenango in Guatemala

We arrived at the starting point and I was so nervous thinking “am I going to make it up? Will I die up there? What if I want to turn around?”


Hitchhiking and then White Water Rafting in Futaleufu, Chile

​The small town of Futaleufu is in the heart of the lake region in Chile. It is nestled between various rivers and lakes which makes it a popular destination for Read more…


The truth about hostels (and why I still love them)

The Truth about staying in Hostels Often times I get asked by friends or family how I survive living in hostels for so long. On our recent journey through Latin Read more…


Acatenango Volcano Hike – My Story

Acatenango volcano hike

The Acatenango Volcano hike is one of Guatemala’s most famous attractions. It gives people brave enough to tackle the freezing temperatures and difficult terrain the chance to gaze in wonder Read more…


Working in the Peruvian Jungle

While travelling in Peru, Daniel and I decided we wanted an authenic experience in the jungle – something a bit more in depth than an expensive and overrated tour. So Read more…


Machu Picchu, Inca City – Part 2 : Is Machu Picchu Worth It?

On our travels through South America, we heard mixed reviews about the “Seven Wonder of the World” – Machu Picchu. The negative reviews along with the high costs associated with Read more…


Machu Picchu, Inca City – Part One: The Salkantay Trek

After lots of research, we finally decided the Salkantay Trek was our best option for getting to Machu Picchu. It was affordable, easily booked, and promised amazing mountain views.  We Read more…


Torres del Paine 5-day Hike: Bailey’s Story

​​After 79.5 hours on buses, 5105 km, 6 different cities, and 14 days we made it Puerto Natales in time for our Torres del Paine trek! It had been a Read more…


Puerto Iguazu and Buenos Aires, Argentina

Iguazu Falls are easily explored from both Brazil and Argentina as this Wonder of the World is actually located right on the border. This is our story and journey of Read more…