Welcome to Colombia’s Coffee Triangle! One would figure that it’s all about coffee around this parts… and yes, it is, but trout also plays a big role around here. Walking around the touristic town of Salento, at the heart of the Eje Cafetero, you’ll see as many signs announcing freshly … 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.
A couple of weeks ago we were in the small town of Salento, in Colombia’s well known “Coffee Triangle”, when Colombia’s national team won 2-1 against Cote d’Ivoire in the FIFA World Cup. If I hadn’t had a context, just by walking the streets and observing how happy people where, … more »
Walking around Cartagena de India’s waterfront we came across this shack that serves as base for fishermen operating in the area. It might not be their permanent house, but it sure feels homely! The rooftop fabric blows gently with the evening breeze, the cat takes a nap, there’s good quality … more »
Today’s photo goes out to all fellow Game of Thrones fans. Well, only you would get it anyway. As for everyone else, you have about 290 days to catch up on the previous 4 seasons until the best show on TV since Breaking Bad starts again. We were exploring the … more »
We were walking around the city of Medellin the other day with a bunch of other international travelers when a lady approached us. She asked if any of us would be interested in taking her daughter’s photo because it’d be a dream come true for her to have her image … more »
That’s right! We’ve escaped the winter in Chile for a while and flew to Colombia – we’re currently in Cartagena enjoying the Caribbean vibes, melting under the sun and, of course, eating our days away. Behold the mighty Bandeja Paisa, a platter with what is a often referred to as … more »
Visiting the Southern most part of Chile, Patagonia, is the closest we’ve been to Antarctica. Although this part of the world still belongs to South America, it is already called the Chilean Antarctic Territory. From here, one gets to experience some of the things you’d be looking forward to see … more »
Saltier than chips… saltier than beef jerky… even saltier than the sea! This is Salar de Uyuni: nothing more, nothing less, than the BIGGEST salt flat on Earth! Located in Bolivia, Uyuni is synonym with blinding landscapes of intense and seemingly endless white. As the sun shines and reflects on … more »
Rio de Janeiro is, hands down, one of the most naturally beautiful cities we’ve ever set foot on. Going up and down the cable car that connects firm ground with the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain, gives you a good chance to appreciate the coastline and unusual topography that make … more »
How many times does one get to arrive in the middle of a jungle via airplane? Well… that’s what we did in Costa Rica, flying with Nature Air. This local airline operates flights to some of the country’s touristic hot spots. Using some of the coolest looking planes we’ve ever … more »