Lagoons, volcanos & salt flats: 4 days travelling Bolivia’s unearthly southwest

Lagoons, Volcanos & Salt Flats: 4 Days travelling Bolivia's unearthly southwest

The Salar de Uyuni Salt Flat spans further than the eye can see until the horizon disappears at the end of it,  then there’s the lagoons that shine strange colours from red to green and blue, some are filled with flamingos, and snow capped mountains and volcanos rise above them creating picture perfect mirror reflections. […]

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How to visit Machu Picchu as a day trip (without going on a tour)

How to visit Machu Picchu as a day trip (without going on a tour!)

So we made the decision not to do a multi day hike to Machu Picchu. We didn’t fancy a tour either. With the altitude leaving us short of breath just walking around Cusco and Shaun suffering with the flu, we actually didn’t fancy doing much walking at all. So it didn’t take us long to […]

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23 Days in Chile: Itinerary & Budget

During the 23 days we spent in Chile we have seen some seriously beautiful scenery and landscape so impressive that at times I couldn’t quite believe I was seeing it with my own eyes. We travelled some huge distances, from being blown away (quite literally) by the wild land of Patagonia in the very south, […]

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The beginner’s guide to hiking the W- Trek, Torres del Paine

Torres del Paine is a national park located in southern Chilean Patagonia. It’s highlights include jagged mountains, brightly coloured lakes, glaciers, rivers and golden grasslands. The most famous sight of all being the incredible 3 rock towers which give the park it’s name. The first time I saw a photo of Torres Del Paine was […]

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2 Weeks in Brazil – Itinerary & Budget

Brazil was the first stop on our trip and we spent 2 weeks exploring a small section of the country. Brazil is such a big country and in 2 weeks we obviously only scratched the surface of this huge area of South America. It was enough to give us a taster and experience the wide […]

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4 Days in Rio de Janeiro – The Urban Rainforest

We began our round the world trip in the amazing city of Rio De Janeiro in Brazil. Rio is a city with a tropical rainforest inside it, how cool is that!? The rainforest is known as the ‘Tijuca Rainforest’ and is claimed to be the world’s largest urban rainforest. During our time in Rio we saw tropical […]

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My round the world packing list (in carry on!)

My packing list for my upcoming round the world trip is something I have desperately been trying to get right. It’s literally had me pulling my hair out over for the last few months, mainly since my decision to pack light and travel with a carry on (40 Litre!) sized backpack. As well as this, our round the […]

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Announcing our upcoming round the world trip

So I’m so excited to announce that in February 2018, after 3 years of working in London, we will be leaving our lives in London to travel long-term for a second time. This trip is going to be our biggest yet. If all goes to plan we will cover over 20 countries in at least 3 […]

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My Ultimate Morocco Itinerary

Morocco is a country of variety. It’s possible to travel from snow capped mountains to huge orange sand dunes in a single day. From ancient architecture, donkeys & carts and crumbling medinas to shopping malls and luxury resorts on tree lined streets, I truly believe that Morocco has something for everyone. For us, we wanted […]

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How to visit Casablanca as a day trip from Rabat

Casablanca is Morocco’s biggest city and is located on the Atlantic coast, not far from the capital city, Rabat. It has a very different feel to Rabat, it is lots bigger and busier (although we didn’t find it overly hectic at all). We felt that this big, major Moroccan city was definitely worth a visit to see […]

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