The number one thing that stops us from traveling is MONEY, following closely behind is commitments (such as jobs), fear of the unknown and the courage to take the plunge and leave your home and comfort zone. But how much money does it actually cost to travel? The answer is…not as much as you think. … More How much does it cost to travel?
Salar de Uyuni was a beautiful nightmare. After much research and hearing so many horror stories about tour company’s for the three day tour of the Salar de Uyuni (salt flats) we decided to go with the company Red planet. They seemed like a reputable company. All the reviews I read about the tours warned … More Dreaming in white: Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
We were all set to head the the town of Rurrenabaque to begin our tour to the jungle. I had purchased some sexy cream pants and an attractive long sleeve top to keep the Mosquitos at bay. I was going to look a treat! The flight to Rurrenabaque was an adventure within itself. I wanted … More The Amazon Basin
Travelling in Bolivia can be a little tough. Here’s a few tips that might make your journey more enjoyable should you choose to visit this wonderful country.. 1. Expect the worst. Don’t expect things to go your way, to have a hot shower, to have your reservation for a tour/bus/hostel to be correct, to eat … More 10 tips to surviving Bolivia
It was a fairly pleasant 3 and a half hour bus ride mainly along the lake from Puno to Copacabana. Upon arrival, it was very obvious that I was going to like this town a lot more than Puno. It was situated right on the lake and had that real small town, friendly feel to … More Copacabana aka: trout (troucha) city