So our first long-haul flight with baby has come and gone, and we’re still alive to tell the tale.
Posts from the ‘Preparation and Planning’ Category
Our breakdown on traveling in Uruguay, including tips on travel, food, attractions and a budget breakdown.
If you plan on traveling the world for a year, you'll have to budget. There's no way around it. Ask any traveler who's been to Argentina in the last 3 to 5 years, and they'll tell you it's dirt cheap. So we budgeted $70 to $80 per day for our month long stay and soon realized that those figures were dead wrong...
Brazil and in particular, Rio had the distinct honour of being the first city to make it onto our "we could live here" list. A vast country, with diverse regions and people, we felt like we barely scratched the surface of this beautiful and complex country during our 16 day visit...
A combination of beautiful landscape, fresh food and positive vibes made Rio the first city to make it onto our "We could live here" list. We'd only planned to spend 3 days visiting, but it quickly become obvious, that it wasn't going to be enough time.
Packing for 365 days of travel around the world wasn't easy. We were forced to anticipate our potential needs for an entire year and pack appropriately for the varying climates, seasons and activities we had planned. The fact that we had to carry everything we needed for the year, on our backs added yet another layer of complication.
We loved Colombia so much that we returned for a second round after we completed the Inca Trail in Peru. On our first trip, we`d spent our time in Bogota and the surrounding area, so for this portion of the trip, we decided to concentrate our energies on the northern Caribbean coast of Colombia.
Trekking the Inca Trail in rainy season is a challenge. Here are 6 ways to make those 42 kilometres just a little bit easier.