Valparaiso is one of those towns in which you can spend hours and even days, just wandering around adjusting to the laid back lifestyle that the locals live. There seems to be something cute or beautiful around every corner and down every alley. (more…)
Valparaiso goes by a number of names; ‘Little San Francisco’, ‘The Jewel of the Pacific’ and, more recently, the official Cultural Capital of Chile. There’s a surprising amount to do in this quirky little town and we loved it so much we decided to put together a Valparaiso city guide. (more…)
When we were looking to head straight from Santiago’s Arturo Merino Benítez Airport to Valparaiso, we couldn’t find any good resources, so after we made the journey ourselves we decided to share our route. It’s really easy!
2018 UPDATE: Tara has commented (below) to let us know that costs have changed slightly. “The cost has increased a little bit stage 1: C$1,800 and stage 2: C$3,300 (May 2018)”. Thanks, Tara!
Bogotá is Colombia’s capital and has a population of 9 million, making it the third largest city in Latin America and meaning there’s plenty to do to keep you occupied. The average day is cold and rainy, much to our un-enjoyment, but the cosmopolitan feel of the city makes it dangerously consuming leaving us feeling like we could stick around for a long time. (more…)
Bogotá’s Barrio Candelaria is home to a vibrant and diverse street art culture, with crews and solo artists arriving from around the World to prove themselves, hoping to make it big. Little wonder, as some of the city’s bigger names have really begun to make the step from street artist to commercially successful entity. (more…)