Although Valdivia doesn’t immediately come to most travellers’ minds when thinking about Chile, this small southern city has plenty to offer visitors.
Bolivia is full of things to do while being rich in natural beauty, wealthy in authentic culture and loaded with raw, powerful experiences.
As we head to the end of 2011, we wanted to capture something of our year’s spirit in photos. We spent time in New Zealand, Australia and South America.
Want to volunteer, but don’t want to pay high “voluntourism” fees? This week we uncover a great opportunity to volunteer in Chile, with a government-backed project to put native- and proficient-English speakers into Chilean classrooms. You can travel Chile in 2012, and you’ll only have to pay for the plane tickets (and beer). To listen […]
South America in four months? That’s what we’ve just done! Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil and Paraguay — we talk about it in this podcast.
Potosí is well-known for its silver mines, but little else. Perhaps not the best destination for a solo female traveller.
Sucre is a great destination for solo women travellers, with its good mix of warm weather, good food, character, and things to see, do, and buy.
La Paz, Bolivia, is a city of extremes which solo women travellers can enjoy — though a few precautionary measures will increase your enjoyment.
As a solo female traveller visiting South America for the first time, Santiago, Chile is a very good place to start.
An impulsive decision to head to South America has resulted in more stress than I’d expected.