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10 Best Latin American Cities You Need to Check Out

Traveling through Latin America was one of the most memorable trips I have been on. It involved over 15 months of hitchhiking, busing, flying and walking through 14 countries. Upon Read more…


My Favorite Travel Blog Tools

After only having my travel blog for about a year did I then begin to realize that simply creating a website isn’t enough. There are many posts out there about Read more…


My Truth about Long Term Travel

​Me and my beautiful partner Bailey have been traveling South America for 9 months now. “Wow” you’re probably thinking, “aren’t you sick of it? Do you get bored?” These questions seem to pop up a lot when we meet new people along our travels.


Reasons to Travel Alone: Why You Should Try it at least Once

There are so many reasons to travel alone, it is time to embrace the beauty of your solo journey.


A Lesson Learned from Travel

Traveling affects people in different ways, some can’t stop as the excitement and cultural experience is just too addictive, while others learn that what they had been searching for was Read more…


One of the Most Dangerous Mines in the World – Potosi, Bolivia

While we “studied’ in Sucre we kept hearing of travelers visiting a small town called Potosi and decided we would give it a crack. It was going to split up Read more…


The Good with the Bad

​Iguazu Falls was an amazing experience on the Brazil side, but we had plans to visit the Argentinian side and from what we have been told is a must do Read more…


Thanks Canada

After living and travelling in oz for over the last two years it is great to visit home. This time it was even better than my visit last Christmas as Read more…


Canada Part 2

​So after 3 weeks in Canada I have to say, what a beautiful place! Banff was our next stop after Armstrong and the mountains are amazing. There was snow on Read more…


See Ya Darwin

​And there you go, we are off! There is no better feeling of freedom than packing up your stuff and leaving on a one-way ticket. Compared to our last trips, Read more…