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Route 40 Patagonia – Join the Joyride

By |December 21st, 2009|Argentina, Blog, Featured, South America, Travel Stories|

This blog post is dedicated to the original Doughnut. You and your pink sun visor would have made this ride that little bit more special. Route 40, Patagonia, Argentina. The long and winding road... [...]

Cartagena, By Photos

By |July 8th, 2012|Blog, Colombia, Journey 2012 - The Freedom Days, Photography, South America, Travel Stories|

We arrived in Cartagena via a lovely air conditioned minibus named Miramar. We stayed at Viajero hostel, which is inside the city walls of the old town (rather than Getsemane like most) and spent two [...]

How to manage your money when travelling in Latin America

By |December 2nd, 2018|Blog, Central America, Featured, South America, Travel Savvy|

"How could you be so complacent as to arrive with no money??? You've travelled the world... for years.... How could you possibly have let this happen???" That was all I could hear from the voice inside my head as I stood at the baggage carousel...

Ushuaia to Buenos Aires – The 52 hour Bus Ride…

By |January 8th, 2010|Argentina, Featured, Patagonia, South America, Travel Stories|

Crazy? Yes Alternative options? No. I was at the End of the World after all... Ushuaia Argentina, Distance to here... Any sane person would take a flight. I'd take a flight, if [...]

Torres del Paine – Puerto Natales, Chile

By |January 1st, 2010|Blog, Chile, Featured, Patagonia, South America, Travel Stories|

Puerto Natales as a town is a small, relatively out of the way kind of place. There's not a whole lot going on there, and it's not the sort of place you'd visit for the [...]

On Arriving – Santa Marta, Colombia

By |July 3rd, 2012|Blog, Colombia, Featured, Journey 2012 - The Freedom Days, South America, Travel Stories|

Dear Anthony and Bryce, It's 5:32am in Canada… I can barely convey how tired I am. Thankfully, I’m being fed coffee. I have 4 flights over the next 24 hours… and many hours in airports.I feel [...]

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