Homesick Check In: Six Months

Homesick Check In: Six Months

I was sat on a pallet drinking a beer in a hostel in Chengdu, China, when the news came through last week. I’d been waiting days, weeks for it and now it was finally here it was completely overwhelming. An explosion of emotions erupted inside me. My sister had...
15 Ways To Fit In Like A Local In China

15 Ways To Fit In Like A Local In China

Okay maybe that title is a little ambitious because owing to my appearance I’ll never fit in like a local. Neither will J. Between my heavily freckled skin and his beard people just don’t know who to stare at first most of the time. However, I can give you...
The Lost City Colombia

The Lost City Colombia

After surviving and enjoying the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu we were inspired and on the hunt for our next adventure hike. As we travelled further north in South America, other travellers we met began to tell us about a 46km route in the Sierra Nevada mountains of...
Who Needs Sleep Anyway?!

Who Needs Sleep Anyway?!

Knowing we like a few bevvies you may be thinking this post will be about partying the night away. It’s not. We were flying from Lima in Peru to Bogota in Colombia with Viva Colombia which is basically Colombia’s equivalent of Ryan Air. Only much shittier...
Argentina v Brazil: The Battle of Iguazu/Iguaçu Falls

Argentina v Brazil: The Battle of Iguazu/Iguaçu Falls

In the part of the world where Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay meet lies one of the most astoundingly beautiful things that I have ever seen. Approximately 3km of humongous jaw-dropping waterfall chains cascade over the lush green national park landscapes of Foz du...