This Peru travel guide is from my experiences traveling Peru alone for 6 months. I traveled the country from north to south (Mancora to Puno) and in this post, I will share with you all my adventures, including how I ended up living in Peru.
Peru is one of the most adventure-packed countries I’ve been to. If you have a month, here is a suggested backpacking Peru itinerary which I have already done two times! This Peru backpacking route is almost exclusive to backpackers to rest assured you will come across many other travelers!
Oh, how I love wine! Being in Argentina is a dream! Here are my best recommendations on how to choose your Mendoza wine tours. I will also tell you some stories on how I ended up in Mendoza!
Is Cusco solo travel safe? For solo women traveling alone, Peru can be an intimidating country but I actually recommend this for first-time solo travelers! I stayed in Cusco for 2 months and here are my experience plus tips on how to travel Cusco solo. I always keep coming back!
This living in Buenos Aires, Argentina guide was written by Erin Mushaway, an American expat who spent over 10 years in Buenos Aires. In this post, Erin shares all her experiences as an American in Buenos Aires.
I actually say do it all (if you have time) when asked where to go in Peru. There are many places to visit in Peru and I’ve traveled the whole country (twice) and in this post, I will share my personal experiences hoping you’d visit Peru, too!
Looking for the best things to do in Lima? I lived in Peru for a long time and visiting the capital has always been a delight! From the best places to visit in Lima plus the top Peruvian culinary tours, this list is your best resource!
The Christ the Redeemer is the most famous icon of Rio de Janeiro. I visited this twice and here’s everything you need to know in visiting Christ the Redeemer including tours, COVID rules, and many more!
I’m back in Brazil! Flying from Mexico, I didn’t realize there were a few Brazil travel requirements I had to complete and in this article, I will explain everything you need to know to prepare for your travel.
Cartagena, what a marvelous city! I traveled here for 3 months and in this Cartagena digital nomad guide, you’ll find out if Cartagena is the right base for you.
When I first entered Brazil in 2013, I didn’t have a yellow fever vaccine certificate. I was scared they won’t allow me in but to my surprise, they told me I can get the yellow fever vaccine in Brazil for free! Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it without paying for it.
If you’re looking for my Peru solo travel safety post, this is not it. In fact, this is not the traditional post I write about traveling alone. This is sort …