There is a very strange phenomenon that takes place with street dogs in Chile. Firstly, Chile has the largest number of street dogs we’ve seen in all of South America. Secondly, they love making friends! There’ve been numerous occasions when we’re walking around that a furry friend will take a … more »
From Mexico all the way down to Patagonia. That’s the plan and we want you to join us!
Go straight to a country of your choice or let us take you anywhere in Latin America with the stories below.
When you come to such a charming place as Chiloe Island, you need to stay in a place that matches that mystical vibe that is in the air in this land. While exploring Chiloe, we stayed at 3 of the Palafito Hotels. They are based on the same principles that … more »
Beware of falling coconuts! You couldn’t name a better place paradise. Anakena beach on Easter Island is a crescent shaped beach flanked by palm trees and statues of the ancient Moai. With soft white sand and falling coconuts, adventure is within reach!
If Chiloe Island was a movie, it wouldn’t be HD, it would be film. If it was a song, it would have to be performed by Florence + The Machine. Chiloe is a fairly small island that belongs to Chile. 10.000 years ago humans hadn’t set foot on this … more »
I finally have a visa to visit Peru! March 2017 Update Exciting News! The Peruvian government has signed a declaration waiving visa requirements for Indian nationals who hold certain visas. If you are an Indian citizen and hold a valid visa or residence permit for the US, UK, Australia, … more »
Iorana means “greetings” in the local Polynesian language of Easter Island, aka Rapa Nui. Today we went around the archeological sites of the island to only realize that the whole land is an open air archeological ground. You can find Moais like these all over the place. The Moais are … more »
On the Galapagos Islands you get to see some really strange kinds of Cacti. Over a hundred years ago Charles Darwin had spotted a giant Galapagos tortoise eating one of these. I wonder how they avoided getting thorns in their mouths :O
After staying in Santiago de Chile for 5 weeks my favorite restaurant in the Chilean capital is a Korean & Japanese inspired place. Go figure! Traveling in Latin America I have really developed a taste for Asian cuisine. I know this might sound weird, but what I really mean to … more »
This is the view from the Mylodon’s Cave. The mylodon is an extinct creature that lived in southern Patagonia around 10,000 years ago. It was basically a giant sloth and this was the cave that it’s remains were first discovered in. Due to the extreme cold, discoverers found a big … more »
Llanquihue lake in Puerto Varas is so big that Zara and I had a pretty interesting argument about whether this is a lake or the sea. When a lake gets so large that it has waves in it, I tend to think that it’s more like a sea. Couple that … more »