As frequent travellers, we inevitably end up using Airbnb a lot. Although staying in a hotel can be a lot of fun, there are definitely some distinct advantages to picking an Airbnb. You’ll potentially have access to a kitchen which means you can cook for yourself, you’ll likely have more space than a hotel, you get to essentially find out what it’s like to live like a local, all while plausibly saving a fair bit of money (compared to a hotel)!
We recently spent a couple of weeks in beautiful Argentina (primarily between Mendoza and Buenos Aires) and absolutely fell in love with the country. Bursting with friendly people, amazing food and wine and gorgeous landscapes, there isn’t much not to like about Argentina.
Kuala Lumpur is a world class city in Malaysia, with a skyline unlike any other. We spent about a week or so in KL exploring the city, eating lots of food and checking out the sites. We’ve come up with a list of a few things that you absolutely must do while you’re in Kuala Lumpur! While this is certainly not all encompassing (there are definitely thousands of other great things to do in KL), these are the things we think you shouldn’t miss while in Kuala Lumpur. Without further ado - in no particular order, here is our list!
We recently got to spend a few exploring a true gem in the US, the Florida Keys. We’d had it on our list for a very long time and had visited Miami multiple times, but despite it being so close, we never seemed to be able to make it down there! We spent five days and four nights discovering this incredible gem and have put together an itinerary for you of where to stay, what to eat and what to do while visiting the Florida Keys!
Deciding how to spend your time in Singapore can be a challenge. Although full of history and culture, Singapore is also a world class city that at times feels like stepping into the future, and therefore the abundance of things to do can be a bit overwhelming when it comes to planning.
We’ve put together a list of our favourite towns and attractions that you should consider doing and visiting on your next trip to Mexico. While staying put in one place can be super relaxing, going on day trips can be a great way to see new places and scope out new vacation spots. We often discover hidden gems and future getaways while out on day trips.
Currently we travel about half the year- this frequency has definitely increased over the last couple of years, specifically after we both quit our full time jobs- before this we’d travel about two months out of the year with no trip lasting much more than three weeks at a time.
Figuring out how to use transportation in a foreign country can always seem a bit intimidating at first. When thinking of travelling by bus in Mexico and Central America, you likely picture small, packed, hot buses, with chickens running down the aisles and no AC. The ADO in Mexico is anything but that. We’ve put together this guide to the Mexican ADO bus system to help you navigate your way through Mexico in comfort.