I am not sure why, but South America often feels like the forgotten continent amongst travelers. So before you run off to Thailand, France, or Iceland, I want to make a case for South America.
I could talk at you until we’re both snoring, but I can’t do proper justice to this continent with words. So, take a moment to be inspired by a few wonders of the Latin Continent. Continue reading “25 Photos That Will Make You Book A Flight To South America.”
San Pedro de Atacama is a very small town in the middle of Chile’s Atacama desert. The town itself is a quaint, lovable desert town, like many of the small desert towns in this pocket of the world. But let’s be honest, people do not come to San Pedro for San Pedro. People come to San Pedro as a launching point to explore the vast and incredible surroundings of the Atacama desert. This is the driest place on earth.
So what is there to do in the world’s driest desert? So. Freaking. Much. Continue reading “San Pedro De Atacama”
One of the most interesting things about traveling is learning things you don’t expect. The first time I travelled overseas (to Italy 5 years ago) I was surprised to come across stray dogs. And then again in Turkey. Each place I visit seems to have a different approach and philosophy about our furry friends. Continue reading “Dogs of South America”
Wow. Wow wow wow. Torres Del Paine is absolutely a must for adventurers. Add this to your bucket list – plan your trip and go. Don’t think twice. Continue reading “Torres Del Paine”
I have been in Puerto Natales, Chile for Several days now. I am going to try to do two posts today to catch everyone up on what I’ve done here. It’s been pretty incredible. On my first day here, I took a lovely, leisurely boat tour to two glaciers. I met lovely people on the boat, and saw some incredible things. This post is going to be more images than words. Continue reading “Balmaceda and Serrano Glacier Tour”
Have you ever had a “holy shit” moment? Where your heart sinks into your feet and life stops feeling real? I’ve had a few of them. They’ve usually been awful moments. But on Magdalena Island, off of Punta Arenas, Chile, the other day I learned that sometimes those moments can be good moments. Continue reading “A “Holy Shit” Moment”
I had a truly fantastic time exploring Chile’s capital. Here are some of the things I did that made my time enjoyable! Continue reading “Things To Do In Santiago, Chile”