We were walking around Valdivia, in Chile, during a freezing Sunday afternoon when we saw this doggie. He looked like he was lost, all alone, but maybe it was just that he knows his way around the hood too well and he is allowed to go for Sunday strolls and … 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.
La Paz, the sort of capital of Bolivia (Bolivia seems split between two capitals they can’t quite settle on – the other is Sucre) is at a dizzying altitude of 3,650m (11,975 ft). That wasn’t enough for us so we took this picture from the 7th floor of our hostel. … more »
We started this collaborative series taking a voyage around Asia, exploring popular destinations such as Thailand and the Philippines, and going to others less known yet very interesting, such as Kyrgyszstan. After Asia, we moved onto Africa & The Middle East to mingle with the locals, experience raw landscapes and wildlife, … more »
The Mistura food festival is a celebration of Peruvian cuisine held every year in Lima, Peru. Last year, we really wanted to head to the festival but our dates in Lima weren’t coinciding with the food festival. We were going to be in Iquitos and Cuzco during the festival. The … more »
Isla Mujeres just off the coast of Cancun is a tiny island with a few hotels. The warm tropical water and white powdery sand make it an ideal place for a short getaway. The island itself is so small that you can walk around it in about an hour. It’s … more »
A lot of people think of the Amazon river as a water body snaking through the dense forest in solitude. However, with human settlements, villages, and cities in the middle of the Amazon, the river is transformed into a massive highway. Boats ply day and night and give birth to … more »
In Costa Rica, Nature Air has some of the prettiest planes you’ll see. They have some amazing artwork on every plane. Here, we’re walking towards the plane to get on a flight from San Jose to Drake Bay in Costa Rica. It’s going to be an adventure in the rain … more »
Easter Island is one of the most remote locations in the world. You can only access it by sailing across the south pacific or by flying from Chile or Peru. The flight is 6 hours westward and you finally end up on a tiny island, right in the middle of … more »
Last year we took the Nariz del Diablo train, a historical train route that was constructed by Jamaican slaves brought to Ecuador back in the 1700s. As the town is at a high altitude, the construction was incredibly challenging. They had to blast the hillside using dynamite to lay down … more »
As my Mom often says: “the big fish always ends up swallowing the small fish“. I’ve got to confess I hate that saying (not to the most positive message out there, right?) but when I saw this car inside a taxi in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Mexico, I couldn’t help but thinking … more »