The answer is – more than you would think. This is our very exact, to the penny breakdown of two weeks traveling through Montevideo, Colonia del Sacramento and the beaches.
We shared our personal experience visiting Iguazu Falls, one of South America’s natural highlights, but no one talks about what the actual trip there is like! We want you to …
Would you take a bus two days and two nights to the jungle and back to see a waterfall? If it were Iguazu? We did, find out our perspectives on whether our trip to Iguazu Falls was worth it or not.
Rosario is the third-biggest city of Argentina, but often skipped by tourists. Many Porteños escape to Rosario whenever they can – and we think you should, too!
We have to admit that Salta left us unimpressed, even though the colonial town in northern Argentina seems to have it all and tourists love it. So what was missing?
We finally made it to Machu Picchu, one of the biggest items on our bucket list. The ancient Inca city did not disappoint – definitely a highlight of all our travels!
Question: The more you travel, do you start to compare every new place with somewhere you’ve been before? We do this constantly now and not only the general feeling of …
In Chile’s cultural capital of Valparaiso, color explodes along the rows of houses lining up the 45 rolling hills of this bohemian city. Here are some of our favorite images that encapsulate the feeling of Valpo.
We spent this last week exploring the steep hills of Valparaiso, a charming bohemian port town in Chile that is famous for its street art and colorful houses.
Join us for a tour of the most international cemetery we’ve ever visited…Valparaiso’s cemetery of the dissidents in Chile.