Machu Picchu has been on my bucket list for a long time. When I was finally travelling to Peru I wanted to plan everything so my visit to the Inca’s city would be perfect. After doing some research, it was obvious that going to Machu Picchu by yourself is possible, however difficult. We had limited […]
This Uruguayan city was founded in January 1680 by Portuguese and later come into Spanish hands. Colonia del Sacramento is most known for having a Historic Quarter that is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its well-preserved urban landscape is a mixture of Portuguese, Spanish and post-colonial styles. With lots of colours, wild flowers and old […]
Tacos, burritos con vegetales, taquitos con carne or mariscos, dried grasshoppers, blue corn mush with cactus and cheese, optional beans and chilli and other more or less known delicious Mexican food. I wanted to try it all when visiting Mexico City, Mexico.
This is a first in series of my travel itineraries I will share with you. Hope you will find it useful! 🙂 For the first one I wanted to show you the best travel itinerary for a month long trip in the south of South America. Why I think it’s the best? Because I made it, […]
I didn’t plan to go to Delta El Tigre, however, when my newest friends in hostel in Buenos Aires, Argentina, told me it’s a beautiful place I can’t miss visiting I decided to give it a try. And it was also last sunny summer day of my travels through Latin America, so it turned out […]
Ok, maybe I should start with some honesty. I did not climb a volcano, I was lucky and find a driver who drove me to the highest point possible and then I walked up the hill as far as I was able to with limited time and resources. But still, I almost climbed a volcano, […]