Spain is a world famous destination for tourists seeking sun, good food and culture. But there’s room for more than sunburned tourists wearing flipflops and socks. Are you a remote worker considering your next move? If so, then I strongly recommend putting Spain at the top of your list. Why? Here are five reasons: Continue Reading “Why Spain Is The Perfect Country For Remote Workers”
Aeromexico Flight 454 from Havana, Cuba lands in Mexico City, Mexico at 8:20 am on June 18th. Our connection flight back to Medellin, Colombia leaves in 11 hours. Just outside of the airport the biggest city in the american continent awaits. Over 20 million people live in Mexico city (including the metropolitan area), so traffic gets a bit hectic sometimes. Continue Reading “11 Hours in Mexico City”
Waterfalls, jungles, beaches, and the Andes. Where else but the middle of the world? Check out some highlights from the 3 weeks we spent in beautiful Ecuador: Continue Reading “Video | Ecuador: Quito, Guayaquil, Montañita, Baños, Puyo”
Cuban beaches, some of the best beaches in the world. We miss them. We have put together a few clips from our visit to Playas del Este in Havana, Playa Ancón in Trinidad and Varadero:
Cuba is a great place to visit. Probably not the best one for a remote worker, but it has everything you need for a short vacation: hot weather, white-sand beaches, crystal clear waters, rich architecture, nice people and (almost) complete isolation from the outside world. In this article, we gathered some tips and things you should know that will help you enjoy the island from day one:
Are you as well-traveled as you thought you were?
It has been almost a month since our last update, but the truth is that we have been quite busy and the internet connection has not been the best. Most recently, we spent a few weeks visiting Peru, and we loved it. We focused our visit on Cusco, Machu Picchu, Arequipa, and Mancora. Three very different destinations that are a good representation of the diversity of this country. Here’s a summary of our visit and our main recommendations:
We are currently one country down in our two-month, six-country trip. Due to its proximity to Chile, Bolivia was our first stop and also (probably) our shortest, as we spent a total of five days there.
Latin America In Two Months. Sky high Andean cities, Caribbean beaches, rainforest villages, and more hours traveling by bus than I care to count. We’ve been ticking off the days for months now, and it’s finally almost here. On April 29th we will start our two month adventure through Latin America. To be fair, we are really only visiting six countries in Latin America, which is still probably a lot for two months, but we’re going for it. Starting as far south as Santiago, Chile (where we are currently living) and heading north until we reach Havana, Cuba. We’ll be sharing updates and pictures along the way here, so be sure to check back to see what we’re up to. But before it all starts, here is our (very) rough itinerary, plans, and expectations for the next two months.
Let me start off by saying Morocco is absolutely amazing. The first time I walked around the souks in Marrakech I felt like I was in “Aladdin” and loving every second of it. If you want to go somewhere where you can experience a totally different way of life (at least different from the western world), Morocco is a great place to start. The streets, the food, the way people dress… you probably won’t see much you recognize from your home country. While this is something most travelers crave, it doesn’t come without its challenges. Continue Reading “7 Things You Need To Know Before Visiting Morocco”