Bali is, for good reason, a huge tourist destination. However, there are still plenty of hidden spots, cultural activities and beautiful experiences to be found. Here are some of our favourites.
Looking for the peaceful side of Bali? Look no further than Ubud! Breathtaking hikes, beautiful scenery and cheeky monkeys - check out why you can't miss this lush green paradise.
Indonesia is a place for the traveller, but more than that, it is a place for the photographer. Discover my favourite shots here!
Yogyakarta on the island of Java, is a fantastic spot for tourists to Indonesia. With so much to explore in the surrounding area there is enough to keep you occupied for weeks. But what if you just want to hang in the city? We've got you covered!
The World Cup, the Olympic Games, beautiful beaches and cosmopolitan cities - there are a lot of reasons to visit Brazil. Just make sure you take note of these incredibly useful things to know before you go!
Sweden's capital city has a lot going for it - great coffee shops, great cultural output and a wonderful setting by the water. Here are some essential things to know before you visit Stockholm.
When in Swden, you have to fika at every given opportunity. Thankfully, the city of Stockholm offers up some incredibly cool, incredibly well designed coffee shops in which you can do it; here are our favourites.
Travelling to Latin America? Then you simply have to spend some time learning Spanish - it will make your trip so much easier and more enjoyable. Here's how we did it with, mostly, free on-line resources!
PHOTO OF THE WEEK
Caught in a sand storm
San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
Peru Independence Day celebrations, Ica.
Flying over the Nazca Lines, Peru.
What's it really like to travel for more than a few months? We've got the answers for you in the only post you need to read if you've ever thought about travelling long term!
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.
You learn a number of life lessons when you travel for as long as we have; the Japanese concept of 'ma' sums up one of the most important.
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.
A natural wonder and a wonder of nature, the Perito Moreno glacier is an unmissable spot in Argentina. Take a look at our photo journal and awaken your wanderlust.
San Camilo market was a reminder that simply immersing yourself in the mundane and the normal of a country can provide you with a more interesting experience than anything else in a city.
LIVING ON A BUDGET
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.
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.
So, this is it - the end of our two year Latin American adventure. But, with a deadly trio of Brazil, air travel and essential splurges, was it even possible to stick to our budget?
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.
In this lesser-visited eastern part of of Bolivia, travellers will discover incredible national parks, sand dunes, follow in the footsteps of Che Guevara or simply gain a very different perspective on the country.