Puno, Lake Taticaca

Puno is the city gateway to get to Lake Titicaca and this lake borders both Peru and Bolivia.. I guess I spoiled the next stop for me. This is the place with floating islands that are self made and families will make these islands to live together but when there is a dispute, they can... Continue Reading →

Beauty and Make Up Travel Tips

This was a hard one for me as I’m from the city who enjoys skincare products and wearing make up, I love feeling glamourous and makeup gives me confidence. Due to having limited space, I had to strip this back by A LOT. Literally, I had minimal makeup that I debated every day until I... Continue Reading →

Medellin

A cosmopolitan city that has a good Metro System to take you downtown to see the wonderful museums, bus station and other sights.  Guatape I stayed in the El Poblado area which is known to be safe - especially for tourists, lively with lots of places to eat, drink and party and some great places... Continue Reading →

Havana

Havanaaaaa I hope you’re singing the Camillo Cabelo song with me as it’s tune that speaks volumes when you arrive. Streets of Havana Now, you can hire a classic Chevrolet or a 1950’s car as a taxi or they can charge per hour to take you wherever you want at $60 USD per hour.  You... Continue Reading →

Handy Travel Apps

It doesn’t matter who what type of traveller you are, these are my top apps that I have used numerous times whether it’s solo travel, group holiday or party holidays. These apps will help with you in any kind of situation:  Photo by Ben Kolde  XE Money Exchange - rather than figuring out the Exchange rate... Continue Reading →

Essentials – Medicine

Photo by Adam Nieścioruk  In ANY kind of travel, you need some essential things to help you keep going until you can get to any sort of pharmacist. You could be on a non stop bus for 12 hours, in a middle of a village with the nearest towns miles away of just need something before... Continue Reading →

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