Day trip to famous Concha y Toro vineyard, the largest wine producer in South America.
7 Tips: How you can travel more sustainable
Travelling has a big impact on us and the environment but unfortunately, it’s not always a positive one. With these tips, you can make your next trip more sustainable. And it is easier than you think!
Cape Sounion: Poseidon’s Temple
You could not pick a more picturesque place for a temple, especially for the one built for Poseidon, the god of the sea.
In Galapagos: Discovering Santa Cruz Lava Tunnels
Explore the volcanic Isla Santa Cruz under the ground and climb down to the old lava tunnels. A cycling trip to the highlands featuring giant turtles.
Survival tips: Introvert in a hostel
When we talk about benefits of staying in a hostel, we always mention meeting people and making new friends. This post is from an introvert to another, to encourage you and to share my personal tips how to politely avoid socialising when you don’t feel like it.
Day trip from Quito: the surrounding mountains
We yearned for a fresh escape out of Quito, the smoggy capital of Ecuador. We planned a little day trip to the surrounding mountains to get a closer look at the Pichincha volcano and admire the city from above.
Summer that never came
Monday Blues because of lack of vitamins sea and D and my plan how to beat it.
What not to miss: a guide to Quito
Ecuador’s capital Quito lies high on the mountainside up to almost 3000 meters from sea level. The altitude can leave you breathless on first days so better take it easy and not plan anything too rough.
Tiradentes: Colonial charm in Minas Gerais
Get lost to the cobble stoned streets and breath in the history in this picturesque Brazilian town.
Does backpacking have an age limit?
Quite recently I hit the 30’s and smoothly jumped to the next decade of my life, no age crisis, no hassle. Even though I can’t handle the endless partying without consequences anymore, I’m not ready to give up on backpacking. Backpacking has the stamp of being young and reckless on it, so is it still suitable for 30+ travellers?