Anyone who has travelled, whether long-term or just a short vacation knows that travelling isn’t easy all the time. It comes with its fair share of challenges. Now throw a partner into the mix and you’re up for even more of a challenge! Sure, you love your partner, you spend a lot of time together … More 5 ways to travel as a couple and not kill eachother
Most people are aware of Culture shock when travelling to a foreign country, but how many of us are aware of the Reverse culture shock that happens upon returning home? I had no idea what had hit me the first time I returned home from my trip to Europe in 2010 and I have experienced it pretty much … More Reverse Culture shock and how to deal with it
1. More locals speak English here than in South America (since NO ONE in South America does). 2. You still need basic Spanish to survive here, plus it’s much more interesting when you can have a conversation (sort of) with a local. 3. Public transport is almost always the best way to go as tourist buses and … More 25 Things I learned in Central America
Next up was the beautiful town of Salento. Salento is apart of the famous Zona Cafetero (coffee region) and is located at an elevation of 1,895 meters above sea level, which is the perfect elevation for growing coffee. Salento is a colourful, picturesque town filled with rolling green grass hills, cows, horses, cow boys and … More Salento and Valle de Cocora, Colombia
It’s safe to say I have booked my fair share of flights over the past few years. It can be confusing, frustrating and expensive when it comes to finding the right flight. Here are some tips I have found useful that will hopefully save you some money (and stress!) next time you are booking a … More How to save money when booking flights.