We spent a lot of time looking online for info on how to get from Latacunga to the Quilotoa crater lake (Laguna de Quilotoa). Since we couldn’t find much info, I’ve decided to post our journey details here so that it’s easier for other travelers in the future. Quilotoa is … 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.
Zara looks out over the vast expanse of the Amazon rainforest, the lungs of the Earth. In a remote part of Ecuador, we climbed over 200 steps to get the top. The view was worth it!
Ever wondered why kids in the mountains have the rosiest cheeks ? Well, it’s because of low oxygen levels in the upper atmosphere. The body is forced to produce more red blood cells – HELLO ROSY CHEEKS! They’re still very cute though :)
She sits and looks out at the throngs of tourists walking around. Who are these people? Why do they come here? Little Abigail (they have surprisingly modern names, maybe named after tourists..) has witnessed thousands of tourists come and go. The Shaman dances and talks about something, something to do with them. … more »
Oaxaca is one of the most artistic cities in Mexico. The town square is colorful and will take you on a journey through the artistic history of this city. The streets are covered in eye catching graffiti. Street art is one of my favorite forms of art. If it’s good, … more »
I am a big fan of warm kitchen setups. The modern metal and glass cool look doesn’t really work for me. Call me traditional but give me a warm homey kitchen any day over a steely cold kitchen. This colorful wall just leads me to imagine the warm kitchen that … more »
Seven dollars might seem like a small amount but for folks on a budget (like us..) it represents quite a lot. Here’s how we lost $7 through a combination of stupidity and not being able to read a crazy person. This story starts at the Havana airport, at the information … more »
Translate this country’s name, “Rich Coast”, and you get an idea of all the possibilities that this land has to offer. Bathed by both the Atlantic and the Pacific, Costa Rica is a world of wonders for visitors and locals alike. Focusing on environmental preservation and sustainability, Costa Rica inhabitants … more »
One of the most wonderful sights that you will feast upon in Rio de Janeiro is Christ the Redeemer – blessing the city from his perch atop a mountain. He enjoys a wonderful birds eye view of the entire city. This is a privileged spot and it’s only fair to … more »
We walked into this amazing complex in Central Quito by complete accident. It’s opposite the Plaza Grande through a quaint row of coffee shops and restaurants. The corridor leading to this amazing sight gave no indication of the wonder that came in front. A beautiful Andalusian style courtyard with colorful … more »