Tours

The Original Vancouver City Food Tour

August 31, 2016
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I was quite excited for this tour. Living in Vancouver City, or any city, can have it’s ups and downs. You can start to take for granted living in a city. And maybe, like me, always long for somewhere else. Vancouver Food Tours made me fall in love with this city and what it has to offer, all over again. Most of the credit has to go to my guide Christina. Of course, the food and drinks were something I…

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Honduras

6 Ways To Spend Your Cruise Day On Roatan Island

Roatan Island is a small Caribbean Island, 40 miles off the North coast of Honduras. To call it paradise has to be somewhat of an understatement. The locals are friendly, the atmosphere is laid back, and it is the kind of place you don’t…

July 14, 2016
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Blog

51 Quick Tips For First Time Solo Female Travellers

It’s not a fashion show Never care what others think Be prepared to receive lots of unwanted attention – just ignore them Don’t forget to look after yourself Don’t be afraid to ask for help You can get by in most countries with just…

July 7, 2016
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Blog

3 Days In The Napa Valley & Sonoma County

My 3 day adventure to the Napa Valley and Sonoma, in California’s wine region, had me in awe of wine all over again. Growing up in Australia, in a world of beer, Bacardi Breezers and anything cheap and nasty, (Passion Pop, I’m looking at…

July 5, 2016
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Nicaragua

Enjoying Granada As a Solo Female Traveller

I’m quick to admit that Nicaragua wasn’t my jam. The places that I went, weren’t as scenic or as friendly as some of the other countries throughout Central America. And damn, was I uncomfortable! Especially in Granada. I did my research on Granada before…

June 18, 2016
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Blog

A Warning To All New Solo Travellers

Solo travel is one of the biggest decisions you’ll ever make in your life. You hear it so much before you go – “You’ll come back a changed person,” or “you’ll never be the same again.” Being the very stubborn little creature I am,…

June 15, 2016
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Nicaragua

Sunday Funday – Why I Didn’t Participate

San Juan Del Sur is not a party town, it’s the party town. I heard stories about this place before I even set foot in Nicaragua. It is crazy, the sun is burning down on you, the drinks are flowing and it’s home to…

June 7, 2016
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Guatemala

A Simple Guide To Lake Atitlan

Lake Atitlan was a place, where I could have stayed on for months, and let time pass by. It was one of those places where I instantly felt at home. Before I made Lake Atitlan one of my destinations through my Central America trip,…

May 25, 2016
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Hostel Manners & Common Sense

I don’t know if it is my age, or if after 6 years of travelling, I am almost over staying in hostels. At least staying in the dorm rooms anyway. Hostels are awesome and I will recommend to anyone, in most cases, to stay…

May 23, 2016
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Guatemala

Pretty as a Picture – Lake Atitlan

Even before my shuttle bus dropped me at the boat docks, I knew that I would love Lake Atitlan. Winding through the volcano on the small dirt roads down towards the docks was breath taking. One of the most beautiful lakes you are certainly ever…

May 13, 2016
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Guatemala

5 Must Do’s In Antigua Guatemala

Antigua, Guatemala is one of my favourite cities in the world. When I got there I was expecting a big bustling city, that would would make me want to escape back to the comfort and chilled out vibe of the Caribbean in Belize.  I was…

May 9, 2016
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