Wining, dining, and horse-riding in Mendoza
What better way to spend a bank holiday weekend than basking in the sun in one of Argentina’s most important wine regions? (Disclaimer: Due to hyperinflation in Argentina, all prices listed are subject to frequent increases, and based on the blue exchange rate at time of writing) Last month I had the pleasure of heading … Continue reading Wining, dining, and horse-riding in Mendoza
Visiting one of the world’s highest cities – Potosí, Bolivia
Famous for its silver mines and an altitude of over 4000m, Potosí was the second stop in Bolivia on our tour with Dragoman. Roughly a three hour drive from Sucre, we would definitely recommend a day trip to learn about the city’s history as ‘the birthplace of capitalism’. Potosí existed as a small Incan hamlet … Continue reading Visiting one of the world’s highest cities – Potosí, Bolivia
Peru Hop – An Honest Review
Public transport can often be unreliable, crowded and slow, and travelling by plane is not exactly budget or environmentally friendly. Getting from place to place in a different country can be stressful at the best of times, so we chose to travel with Peru Hop. It allows you to see the beauty Peru has to … Continue reading Peru Hop – An Honest Review
Arequipa – the gateway to the Colca Canyon
Arequipa is the second largest city in Peru and is known more its white stone buildings and stepping stone to the Colca canyon.