The Patagonia Chronicles Week 2: Into The Wild

Bariloche proved to be the outlier as far as towns in Patagonia go. Good. It also was the last place where I would have somewhat passable Wi-Fi. Not good. I’ve made a quick detour to the town of Esquel, relatively unknown as far as Patagonian hotspots go. I have no idea what there is to… Read More The Patagonia Chronicles Week 2: Into The Wild

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The Patagonia Chronicles Week 1: Broke Boy in Bariloche

I have writer’s block. Or everything block. I haven’t found the inspiration to write anything remotely informative or helpful on my blog so we are just going to ramble straight off the dome. The travel burnout has been real for the past few weeks and I definitely haven’t been helping my case with all of… Read More The Patagonia Chronicles Week 1: Broke Boy in Bariloche

The Backpacker’s Guide to San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

Wow. Where do I even begin with San Pedro de Atacama? This remote village in the heart of the desert is one of the most incredible destinations that I have ever traveled to. The natural beauty of this region can feel otherworldly at times, and is almost unfathomably beautiful at times. The small town feels… Read More The Backpacker’s Guide to San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

San Pedro de Atacama, Chile Photo Gallery | The Partying Traveler

The desert heat hit me immediately as I got off of the plane in Calama. Looking around, the landscapes were far different than anything I had encountered in the last few months of traveling throughout South America. Despite having a window seat, I didn’t actually get a chance to survey my surroundings from the skies.… Read More San Pedro de Atacama, Chile Photo Gallery | The Partying Traveler

A Guide To Visiting The Tarabuco Sunday Market in Bolivia

One of the best day trips that you can take from Sucre is a visit to Tarabuco’s indigenous market. Bolivia is home to dozens of indigenous ethnic groups, and you’ll be able to see quite a few of these groups at the Tarabuco market. Is Tarabuco’s Sunday Market Worth Visiting? To keep it simple, the… Read More A Guide To Visiting The Tarabuco Sunday Market in Bolivia

The Complete Guide To Pisac Archaeological Site

The ruins of Pisac are among the most impressive in Peru. In fact, I’d rank them just a notch below the iconic world wonder of Machu Picchu. My experience at Pisac Archaeological Site rivaled my experience at Machu Picchu. It was much less touristy and boasted just as much incredible beauty. For travelers passing through… Read More The Complete Guide To Pisac Archaeological Site