Cali, Salento, Medellín and Parque Tayrona - Colombia

We spent part of our journey through Colombia in the salsa capital (Cali), the coffee area (Eje Cafetero), the city of endless spring (Medellín) and Tayrona National Park (between Santa Marta and Palomino). This article is for travellers interested in this itinerary.

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Riding the Uruguayan Coast

The coast of Uruguay is a popular spot amongst people living in Buenos Aires, given it offers beautiful beaches within a relatively short distance from the Argentine capital. For those seeking peace and quiet, and perhaps a few surfing sessions, end of February or begining of March are ideal moments of the year to visit the area.

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8 Fun Facts About Japan

There are about a million peculiar habits and interesting details foreigners could point out about Japan. Between the capsule hotels, maid cafès, complex automated toilets and absence of bins (or litter) on the streets, it’s difficult not to ask questions whenever you have a chance to meet locals. So that’s exactly what we did, and here are 8 extra fun facts we found out.

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7 Things You Should Know Before Traveling to Southeast Asia

We have travelled and volunteered for four months in several parts of Southeast Asia: Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. While all these countries are different from one another, we also found they had a lot in common. We have put together seven tips worth knowing for those interested in this itinerary.

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2 Days in Luang Prabang

World Heritage Site since 1995, Luang Prabang is one of the most attractive touristic destinations in Laos. This cute little town was built in the heart of a mountainous region, on a peninsula between the Mekong and the Nam Khan River. In spite of its many guesthouses, cafès and restaurants, Luang Prabang still gives off an authentic feel and is certainly worth going to for at least two days.

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5 Things to Do in Bangkok

We spent five days in Bangkok with two expat friends of ours who have been living in the Thai capital for many years. Once again, we didn’t have a guidebook, but their tips made our short stay easy and memorable. Sharing is caring, so here you go.

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