Tag Archive: wanderlust

Reflecting on the Year 2017

Another year and come and gone. Just like every year, it seems to go faster and faster. I thought I would take some time to reflect on this year; my travels, my bogs and personal developments. My travels This is my 3rd year of continuous travelling with a plans for…
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​Las Nubes Tour in Jericó, Colombia

WARNING BEAUTIFUL SUNSET PHOTOS Las Nubes is a hiking area up the mountain from Jericó, which is situated a couple of hours from Medellin, Colombia. Before going on this tour, I had seen photos and immediately wanted to experience this magnificent landscape. Las Cometas is the only hostal in Jericó…
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Sao Paulo, Brazil: Parks, free walking tour and Batman Alley

Sao Paulo was a beautiful place with lots to do even though many travellers don’t seem to stop here. It has everything from tours to parks to museums to nightlife and theatre. I really enjoyed my time here and wish I had longer to experience the nightlife. The following day,…
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10 ways to make friends in a hostel

When you go travelling, especially as a solo traveller, you are likely to stay in hostels. I thought I would give you a guide about how to make friends. If, like me, you are travelling solo, you don’t want your days to feel lonely. I have stayed in plentiful hostels…
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​Mendoza, Argentina: Wine, bikes and horses

Mendoza is a small city, North-West of Argentina and is famous for its vineyards and wine. Quite a few travellers stop here, mainly to do the wine and bike tour in the winery area. It seems like a great reason to spend a couple of days here. I was in…
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How travelling changed me

Recently I read a blog called ‘How travel killed my ambition‘ by another travel blogger and it made me stop and think, how I have changed since travelling. You always read conflicting blogs, where some would say that travelling has completely changed them as a person and their perspective whereas…
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Tayrona National Park, Colombia

Tayrona National Park is just north of Santa Marta on the coast with several picturesque beaches, forest, different trails and a native community amongst the mountains. After waking up in Santa Marta, packing a small bag and checking out, we caught a taxi (as there was four of us) to…
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How I afford to travel long term

People are always asking me how I have been travelling for so long or travellers are shocked when I tell them how long I have been travelling. I will start with a bit of background about me. I was a qualified teacher in England before deciding to quit my job…
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Santa Marta, Colombia: beaches and scuba diving 

Santa Marta is a town east of Cartagena still along the beach. It took just under 5 hours from Cartagena in a mini van through Barranquilla. Once I arrived, it was late but I managed to find my hostel using map.me. My hostel wasn’t in the centre but to be honest,…
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