South America

Punta Mita, the once-quiet fishing hamlet, situated in the Pacific coast of Mexico, is an ultra lavish resort city famous for its breathtaking ocean views, bree...
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Sep
2018

What Are The Must-Dos In Punta Mita, Mexico?

Punta Mita, the once-quiet fishing hamlet, situated in the Pacific coast of Mexico, is an ultra lavish resort city famous for its breathtaking ocean views, breezy climate, private beaches, and stunning aquamarine waters.  Visitors throng the gated ultra luxurious locale for a combination of factors such as easy accessibility, unrivaled privacy, and uncompromised grandeur along…

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Sitting at 2500 meters high and surrounded by a beautiful mountain range, Cuenca, Ecuador, the capital of the Azuay Province, is a Spanish colonial city filled ...
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Jan
2018

13 Best Things To Do In & Around Cuenca, Ecuador

Sitting at 2500 meters high and surrounded by a beautiful mountain range, Cuenca, Ecuador, the capital of the Azuay Province, is a Spanish colonial city filled with European charm. Originally a Cañari settlement, with a rich past of conquistadors and Incas, this Unesco World Heritage site is a true joy to visit and discover. With so…

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Mexico City is the heartbeat of Mexico, connecting all of the various areas and giving life to the entire country. It’s not because it’s the capital city, o...
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Dec
2017

10 Things You Must Eat in Mexico City Besides Tacos

Mexico City is the heartbeat of Mexico, connecting all of the various areas and giving life to the entire country. It’s not because it’s the capital city, or even because it’s the largest metropolitan area in the Western Hemisphere, though both of those things are true. Mexico City is the heart of Mexico because it…

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An Unexpected Close Encounter We were enjoying a walk through Colonia Carlos Pellegrini, the main township in the Ibera Wetlands, en-route to a patch of jungle ...
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Jul
2016

Our Ibera Wetlands Argentina Wildlife Adventure

An Unexpected Close Encounter We were enjoying a walk through Colonia Carlos Pellegrini, the main township in the Ibera Wetlands, en-route to a patch of jungle we’d read was home to several Howler Monkeys. While holding hands and discussing our post-Ibera Wetlands plans, out of nowhere Shelley screamed “Oh my god!!!” as she un-gripped my…

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We often get asked the same question that I’m sure all travellers get asked over and over again. “Out of all the countries you’ve visited, which is yo...
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Jun
2016

4 Amazing Things To Do In Bolivia

We often get asked the same question that I’m sure all travellers get asked over and over again. “Out of all the countries you’ve visited, which is your favourite?” We always find this question difficult to answer. We’ve got so much love for all the countries we visit and all for different reasons. We can’t…

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One of the highlights of our South American adventure was no doubt the Iguazu Falls. Split between Argentina and Brazil, Iguazu Falls are one of the largest wat...
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Jun
2016

Iguazu Falls: Argentina Vs Brazil - Which Side is Better?

One of the highlights of our South American adventure was no doubt the Iguazu Falls. Split between Argentina and Brazil, Iguazu Falls are one of the largest waterfalls in the world. A collective of 275 spectacular falls which extend for nearly 3 kilometres in a semi-circular shape. The star of the show here is the…

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Peru’s mighty Colca Canyon and it’s majestic Condors By the time we’d reached Peru on our 2012 year long trip we had been constantly on the ro...
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May
2016

Peru's mighty Colca Canyon and it's majestic Condors

Peru’s mighty Colca Canyon and it’s majestic Condors By the time we’d reached Peru on our 2012 year long trip we had been constantly on the road for 9 months, moving on every three days or so from town to town, city to city, village to village. We’d lost count of the amount of overnight…

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