A scenic 90-minute drive from Northern Patagonia’s main hub of Bariloche is the stunning town of Villa La Angostura. This blissfully serene village is often referred to as the “Gardens of Patagonia,” an accurate nickname for the lush and peaceful lake town. Villa La Angostura is a must on any Patagonia itinerary, even for just… Read More A Quick Travel Guide to Villa La Angostura, Patagonia
In the midst of a global pandemic that’s been hitting the United States particularly hard, it seems like our National Parks are among the only safe havens for travelers and adventurers to escape to. I’d visited Rocky Mountain National Park a few times in the past, both in the peak of the busy summer season.… Read More Visiting Rocky Mountain National Park During the Coronavirus Pandemic
For centuries, whiskey has been a favorite drink for several people across the globe. This potion of liquid gold has garnered a humongous fan base of whiskey lovers who will happily travel to any part of the world for enjoying a smooth glass of classic whiskey. Such is the love for this drink! Source: https://pixabay.com/photos/alcohol-whiskey-drink-party-people-492871/… Read More Top 5 Countries To Visit For Whiskey-Lovers
As the coronavirus hysteria gripped the world in March, I was still staying in hostels, but was well aware that the future would change. I was in El Chalten, Patagonia, perhaps one of the most iconic backpacker havens in the entire world. There was even a statue in town dedicated to the countless backpackers that… Read More What is the Future Of Backpacker Travel Post-Coronavirus?
Vietnam is one of the most essential stops on any South East Asia backpacking trip. Like the rest of South East Asia, Vietnam has quite a few things that backpackers hold dear. Gorgeous beaches, otherworldly sights, a fun-loving culture, and of course, cheap beer. Alcohol is so cheap in Vietnam that hostels often just give… Read More The Best Party Destinations in Vietnam
Hey y’all, how’s it going? The nice thing about not being able to travel is that I’m finally able to catch up on things I probably should have already been doing. Since I’ve been traveling mostly full-time for the last four years, I’ve been focused mostly on adventuring instead of running this blog. It’s cool… Read More READ THIS: A Few Updates and Announcements!
I watched my phone in disgust as Ragnar Lothbrok prepared to perform the brutal form of torture known as the blood eagle on his rival, Jarl Borg. This cruel act involved flaying the skin of the victim’s back from top to bottom, and then peeling it off to the sides to resemble the wings of… Read More Vang Vieng to Hanoi: The Bus Ride From Hell | Travel Stories From Lockdown
Although global travel restrictions to protect public health are still in place around the world, it doesn’t hurt to plan your future itinerary. And for people locked indoors, looking at places with beautiful countryside and lots of clean air is probably top of their list. If you’ve been eyeing Scotland as a possible future destination,… Read More 5 Things You Need to Know Before Traveling to Scotland
Peru is one of the cradles of civilization, although its historical significance is criminally overlooked. Most are familiar with the World Wonder of Machu Picchu. Not so many are aware that before the Inca conquered Peru, dozens of other Pre-Inca civilizations thrived in the region. From the Chachapoya and Chimu in the north to the… Read More The Best Archaeological Sites and Ruins in Peru
After months in quarantine, an escape into the wilderness was much-needed. Our family vacation plans to Portugal or Poland were shot thanks to coronavirus, so we again settled for – drum roll, please – Branson. It isn’t exactly my scene, but desperate for an adventure, I started looking to Ozark National Forest. It was barely… Read More Camping Overnight at Whitaker Point, Ozark National Forest | Arkansas