What do you do when you’ve got itchy feet but have to stay put? You go on a virtual journey around the world, with these 80 travel movies.
South America is considered to be one of the most affordable continents for travellers. Check out this article to learn how much it costs to visit Ecuador.
Check out the best and worst of awards for our eleven weeks of travel through Ecuador. Some may surprise and even shock you.
Find out how you can hike up and mountainbike ride down the highest mountain Ecuador’s and some challenging hikes around the Quilotoa loop…
Experience true Ecuadorean life in Loja as the cultural capital, Vilcabamba with amazing hikes and Cuenca – which represents the most European city and is home to the most ex-pats.
Find out how to enjoy land-based adventures in Galapagos Islands and how you can save money at the same time!
Two classic tourist spots to visit in Ecuador, but be warned there are some catches. Read what we researched and subsequently found out.
Quito, second highest capital in the world, with volcanoes all around, and 2.5 million inhabitants, is truly an amazing city. With a historic centre, Quito has one of the largest, least-altered and best-preserved historic centres in the Americas.
Drum roll…the awards for our 2012 three-month trip. The categories are totally random as we felt appropriate. Each winner was determined mutually.
Summary of our 2012 dance tour blog posts.
I imagined the Amazon to be a vast and mighty body of water… I imagined it to be several kilometres wide… but I imagined it to be so wide in Brazil just as it hits the Atlantic Ocean not close to its source in Peru. Find out what I thought.
Our five day, four-night adventure with Otorongo Expeditions on the Amazon River was nothing short of amazing experience. This tour was the highlight of our three-month travel adventures.
How to survive the Rio Carnival and much more including notes on the best seats, what to take, which is the best night and more.
How to start an article about Rio de Janeiro? Let’s try some adjectives: beautiful, stunning, huge, hot, chaotic, crowded, loud, peaceful, friendly, smelly.
A train trip, a missed bus connection, a mysterious island and lots more in our amazing adventures in Brazil. Where would you go if you visited?
While dancing is a critical aspect of our Round the World trip, having time out, smelling the roses and visiting local attractions is also part of the plans. Who can come to South America and not visit Iguazu Falls?
Our first tourist experience in Argentina and our first article during our three-month dance tour.