Around the world in 2018

Around the world in 2018

Isn’t it fun to look back at the previous year? Where did it take you… What you’ve accomplished…What goals you‘ve reached or how can you get closer in the following year… 2018 was a crazy year. We traveled almost all the way around the world, finished our dream trip...
Boat crossing from La Union, El Salvador to Potosi, Nicaragua

Boat crossing from La Union, El Salvador to Potosi, Nicaragua

Boat crossing from El Salvador to Nicaragua is one of the most enjoyable ways we’ve ever crossed the borders. We enjoyed the beautiful day on the ocean and were warmly welcomed in La Union, El Salvador and Potosi, Nicaragua which don’t see many visitors. If you would...
How to find travel freedom

How to find travel freedom

I’ve met many lost and clueless backpackers during our travels. It seems to me (as many of them said themselves) that they are not making the most of the trip because they didn’t pay for it themselves. It’s not that valuable for them and they see it as totally normal...
How to get beaver fever in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

How to get beaver fever in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

When we planned our trip through South America, we chose Patagonia as one of our anchor points. Especially one of the treks in Torres del Paine National Park. It was supposed to be one of the highlights for trekking in South America. Tap Water After few months spent...
High altitude running at the birthplace of Incas, Lake Titicaca

High altitude running at the birthplace of Incas, Lake Titicaca

I was short of breath just from changing into my running clothes. Beach Copacabana in Bolivia is 3810m above sea level. I didn’t feel like walking, let alone running. But this would be the highest place I have ever run at, and that motivated me enough. It was one of...
Guns and danger – the truth about traveling in El Salvador

Guns and danger – the truth about traveling in El Salvador

To be honest, I didn’t know what to expect from El Salvador. It has recently stolen Honduras its infamous title of being the world’s most deadly country. Not that we choose countries based on what media tell the world (most recent example being Venezuela), but we...
50 things I’m thankful for this year

50 things I’m thankful for this year

With closing the year of 2016, people stop and think what went well and what went wrong throughout the year. And I did the same. But I’m also trying to see the bad as part of the good. I learnt to change focus from the negative to the positive side of the situation....