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Machu Picchu on a Budget

Machu Picchu on a Budget

Machu Picchu is one of the world’s most famous ancient sites. Hidden high within the Andes, the sheer size of Machu Picchu combined with architecture that would have been seemingly impossible in the times of the Inca civilization (particularly in its...
Sandboarding in Huacachina, Peru

Sandboarding in Huacachina, Peru

After a month lazing away my days on the beaches of Ecuador, the change of scenery of Huacachina’s desert oasis was a breath of fresh air. Surrounded by the sandy dunes of the desert, Huacachina is the only desert oasis in South America and is lined with...
7 Steps To Get Over Travel Burnout

7 Steps To Get Over Travel Burnout

We’ve had a conversation about post-travel depression here in the past, but what about when you’re actually on the road and feeling a bit.. bleh? Have you ever had the realization that the things you used to love about traveling were only weighing you...
Traveling Is a Beautiful Chaos

Traveling Is a Beautiful Chaos

I wrote this post a little while ago and have been going back and forth between wanting to share it and wanting to delete it because it’s not that inspirational, it’s not that informational, it’s really not that exciting. It’s mostly just a...
Five Things To Do When You’re In Salento

Five Things To Do When You’re In Salento

Salento was one of the highlights of my visit to Colombia. Set in the country’s Zona Cafetera, or coffee district, Salento is a charming little town where you could easily find yourself extending your stay. It’s beautiful, the people are friendly and...
Hiking Salento’s Valle de Cocora

Hiking Salento’s Valle de Cocora

Visiting Salento was high on my list of things to do in Colombia, mostly for the stunning Valle de Cocora. The valley offers a great hike that you can do easily from town. A new friend and I woke up bright and early, walking up the hill to Salento’s one and only...