Archive for 'Destinations'
Posted on 03. Mar, 2014 by Guest.
London is known to be one of the world’s most expensive tourist destinations. Visitors frequently find themselves overcharged at every turn – food, accommodation, transport and entertainment are all costly. However, when we moved to London we were both graduates with a low-paid entry-level job – and we still went out and explored London in […]
Posted on 02. Mar, 2014 by Dany.
Mine tours in the silver mines in Cerro Rico in Potosi are controversial: are they a human zoo or educational tourism? Dani joined a mine tour to find out.
Posted on 27. Feb, 2014 by Dany.
We’ve been to several impressive caves on our travels, but the Carlsbad Caverns in the south of New Mexico truly blew our socks off! Read more about these fascinating caves..
Posted on 25. Feb, 2014 by Jess.
Today we are sharing a post by Polly Mack, a writer and long-term traveler who lived in LA for six months. Now based in Cornwall, UK, she loves discovering the unlikely, the unusual and the strange monuments to human achievement, wherever she goes. We only spent about ten days in L.A. in 2010, and it […]
Posted on 24. Feb, 2014 by Jess.
Explore breathtaking (literally!) Potosi with us, the highest city in the world, colonial gem of Bolivia and once the world’s richest city thanks to its silver mine.
Posted on 18. Feb, 2014 by Jess.
The first stop of our New Mexico road trip turned out to be one of our favorites. Read on to find out what makes Silver City and the Gila Wilderness so incredibly special.
Posted on 16. Feb, 2014 by Jess.
We’re excited to tell you all about our New Mexico road trip over the next few weeks – check out this teaser video to see what to expect!
Posted on 15. Feb, 2014 by Jess.
There’s no doubt about it – Paris is one of the most romantic cities in the world. But what makes the city’s heart really pulse goes far beyond the main attractions. Read on to find out how to really fall in love with Paris.