25 Things to Know Before Visiting Machu Picchu (2019)

Guide to Machu Picchu

If you have plans to visit Machu Picchu here are tips to have the best experience possible. There is no need to stress over plans as the site is easily accessible despite its location in the middle of the Andes. We were successfully able to plan our trip to Machu … Read More

The Ultimate Peru Packing List • What to Wear in Peru (2019)

visiting Machu Picchu

Heading to Peru and in need of a Peru packing list? Being a climatically diverse country, thinking about what to pack for Peru always leaves travelers baffled. Depending on where in Peru you’re going and during what season, you might need either nothing but swimwear and shorts or all of … Read More

The 21 Most Beautiful Cities in the World

Most beautiful cities in the world

We don’t claim to have been to every beautiful city in the world but have done our fair share of traveling across 75 countries and six continents. Out of all the cities we have traveled, here are the absolute most amazing we have seen. We haven’t been to all of … Read More

22 Fun Things to do in Cusco For All to Enjoy!

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Cusco is one of the most interesting cities in South America and it’s largely because of its unique flavor. The Peruvian city the longest inhabited city in the Americas and colonial buildings clash with old Incan architecture. In many cases, those colonial buildings sit on the foundations of the former … Read More

10 of the Best Road Trips in the World!

Tropic of Capricorn Namibia

It’s tough to beat an iconic road trip. With so much to see it’s hard to narrow down the best road trips in the world, but we gave it a try. There’s no formal ranking system here, it’s just from our personal experience and opinions. After all our travels, it’s … Read More

Five Great Gay Friendly Hotels in Peru

Gay friendly hotels in Peru

During our big trip across Latin America, we noticed quite a stark difference in attitudes towards the gay community. On the one hand, places like Argentina and Uruguay fully embraced us. At the other extreme, however, countries like Chile and Peru were a lot more conservative. We spent a few … Read More