Along Dusty Roads brings you the beauty of a life of travel.
Personally created and curated by us, Andrew and Emily, our crafted guides and photography journals will help all travellers - from budget to luxury - make the most of their own adventure and find plenty of inspiration for the next one.
We just completed two years in Latin America, and you'll find countless articles and tips for travel there.
We're both back in the UK now, and we hope you can follow us on our journeys closer to home.
Puerto Madryn in northern Patagonia has so much to offer wildlife lovers travelling to Argentina. Here's five amazing experiences you won't want to miss!
The birthplace of Torrontes, and home to many excellent bodegas, you could be forgiven for spending all your time propping up a bar sipping from carafes. However, there is much more to Cafayate than just dry heat and cold wine.
Is it possible to enjoy all the amazing sights in Bolivia for less than £15 a person? Find out in this post exactly how much it cost us to travel for 53 days.
We could all travel better. Although mistakes will always be made, and it's not always possible to make the right choice, use these five simple approaches to become a more ethical and responsible traveller.
Part of our 'what do things cost?' series, this article outlines the typical costs in Bolivia for a budget backpacker, to allow us (and you) to make a comparison of living and travel costs across Latin America.
One of our best experiences in Montevideo was undoubtedly the Tristán Narvaja Street Market. Held every Sunday, it gives you a window into the Uruguayan way of life and is full of unforgettable characters.
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the latest from our life on the road
From the rainforests and lowlands of Bolivia, the beaches of Brazil, the bright lights of Rio de Janeiro and all the way back to the UK - the last two months saw a lot of ground covered and the end of this Latin American adventure.