Last Updated: Sunday, July 24, 2016For many a traveller, a South American hit list is topped by the likes of Brazil, Argentina or Colombia. Some may opt for Bolivia; others Chile, or Peru. Few are even aware of a country called Guyana.
Last Updated: Sunday, June 4, 2017 The 2016 Olympic games in Rio will be one of the biggest events in the sporting calendar. The city is blessed with great weather, long meandering beaches, and an infectious party atmosphere. If you are lucky enough to be attending, here are 20 things to do in Rio while […]
Last Updated: Thursday, May 12, 2016Buenos Aires is one of my favourite cities in the world. I lived there for 7mths and even ended up buying an apartment there (not recommended unless you want to enter a world of stress!!). Buenos Aires may not be the most obvious place to get off the beaten track, […]
Last Updated: Sunday, June 12, 2016 This post has been created from our forma domain tulum.co.uk which expired by accident and got bought by someone, well they’re not having the content too! ‘Tulum’ in the ancient mayan language means ‘wall’ or ‘fence’ as the tulum ruins were orinally a walled city. Tulum is a […]
Last Updated: Sunday, May 22, 2016Paraguay is a wonderful country full of beautiful sights and interesting culture. Below are 10 of the most amazing photos of Paraguay, found on Flickr, for you to enjoy! 1. The Paraguay River This stunning image captures an array of reds, yellows and oranges as the sun sets over the […]
Last Updated: Sunday, May 22, 2016Belo Horizonte is located in the south east region of Brazil. The city is the country’s third largest, though surprisingly; it is rarely mentioned in travel guides. Whilst many tourists flock to Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo, the lesser known charms of Belo Horizonte (literally ‘Beautiful Horizon’) attract a […]
Last Updated: Sunday, May 22, 2016Pictured all over the world for its giant stone head statues, most people will know the island’s indigenous name of Rapa Nui as ‘Easter Island’. Despite its fame, Rapa Nui is one of the most isolated inhabitations on Earth. It has over 3,000 residents today, even though it lies over […]