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Friday Faces: Carlos of San Salvador
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Friday Faces: Carlos of San Salvador

Meet Carlos! We came across this cheeky little niño while exploring the backstreets of San Salvador city center one sunny afternoon. After stopping by the market stalls to look for some bargains we came across Carlos’ parents stall. They were selling the standard El Salvadorian staples; beans, corn, tomatoes and onions and we needed to pick up something for dinner. While making a few purchases we noticed Carlos slowly coming towards us with an all too familiar curiosity. While in […]

Our Top Picks for San Francisco Summer Events 2014
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Our Top Picks for San Francisco Summer Events 2014

You guys!! It is officially summer in the Bay Area and I am actually here to enjoy it! For the first time in 3 years, I will be in the area during summer for longer than 2 weeks. Truth be told, this is a bittersweet feeling, as it means I’m away from Jules for 2 long months. He is my best friend and (stealing his words) partner in crime for adventures, nights out and even movie nights in. Even surrounded […]

5 Tips For Traveling As A Vegetarian (Anywhere In The World)
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5 Tips For Traveling As A Vegetarian (Anywhere In The World)

Traveling as a vegetarian can be tough, but it can also be a delicious adventure. Follow our tips to make being a vegetarian abroad easy. 1) Decide before you leave… Figure out before you leave what leniency you feel comfortable with. I’ve met vegans who become vegetarians while traveling. We personally allow ourselves to eat fresh fish while traveling. This is completely up to you and how strict you want to take it. Maybe you’re wiling to eat meat occasionally […]

Long Distance Love: Battling the Difficulty of Distance
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Long Distance Love: Battling the Difficulty of Distance

  Christine has packed up and gone! Well not exactly, but at least for a couple of months. Don’t worry, nothing has happened,  it was just time for her to go back to the States for a visit and a number of important weddings over the Summer. I wish I could have gone back with her, but my current situation sees me staying in Australia and away from Christine for the next 2 months. This is our reality. I come […]

Misadventures in Camping at Lagos de Montebello
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Misadventures in Camping at Lagos de Montebello

Ever have those moments when traveling where everything seems to be going absolutely wrong? And then things get worse? Somehow those moments of sheer disaster are always the ones that you look back at and think, “Wow. What an adventure.” This was one of those times.     “Travel is glamorous only in retrospect”   We had decided to go camping at Lagos de Montebello on the recommendation of our roommates in San Cristobal, Chiapas in the south of Mexico. Fifty-nine […]

Best Budget Travel Tips From Our Favorite Bloggers Part 2
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Best Budget Travel Tips From Our Favorite Bloggers Part 2

Welcome to second installment of the best budget travel tips from our favorite bloggers. After the success of the first collaborative post we couldn’t wait to get another article out there showcasing some more amazing tips! This collaboration not only helped us network with some fantastic blogs, but it has also helped expand our own own knowledge of budget travel. Check out the tips and book that trip! Always stick to local transport – eTramping If you want to save […]

Friday Faces: The Tuba Player of Zunil, Guatemala
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Friday Faces: The Tuba Player of Zunil, Guatemala

This weeks Friday Faces addition comes from a little town called Zunil, a short bus ride from Xela (Quetzaltenango), Guatemala.    We ventured into Zunil on a mission to see the famous San Simon (Saint of Gambling and Drinking), and also happened to bump into this rather impromptu street band parading down the street. We asked a few people why they were celebrating, but most of the answers were put pretty simply, porque no? (why not?). That’s the thing we love about […]

Everything You Need To Know About Choosing A Spanish School in San Pedro, Guatemala
Guatemala / Worldly Wisdom

Everything You Need To Know About Choosing A Spanish School in San Pedro, Guatemala

Thinking about pushing pause on your Latin American adventure so you can kickstart your Spanish skills? Great idea. Learning the local language will not only make travel easier, but will also allow you to have a more authentic experience. And what better place to learn than San Pedro, Guatemala? Guatemala is an ideal country to learn Spanish because the accent is mild and locals speak relatively slow. San Pedro is a small town situated on the shore of Lake Atitlan. […]