Riding on the rooftop through the Dasht-e Lut desert
Exploring Iran’s usually bustling capital, all but deserted during the Nowruz holiday
Two weeks exploring the streets of Armenia’s bustling capital city
New friends, craft beer, traditional food and bronze statues.
What better way to descend? WEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!! Well if there’s one town that sticks out like a sore thumb its gotta be Valparaiso. Sprawling over eight hills its maze like streets […]
Bogota is the Colombian city that’s passed over by many, though loved by the ones that take the time to embrace her charms. First inhabited by the indigenous Muiscas before […]
Having arrived in Cartagena at around 10pm on a Saturday night, we found accommodation to be limited, very limited. So limited in fact we’re pretty sure our first hotel must have been […]
Somewhere that we would have spent more time though couldn’t due to the ongoing saga of the premadonna Betty, Seattle is a place of Culture, Music, Art and HILLS! Having […]