Paraty is a beautiful and very well preserved colonial town backed by a stunning mountain range on Brazil's Costa Verde. With quaint, cobblestone streets (more like boulders actually!) and white 17th-18th century buildings with colourful windows and doors, it is a photographer's paradise. Paraty got on the map mainly because of the Brazilian Gold Rush… Continue reading Exploring Paraty, Brazil
Havana is everything I hoped it would be and so much more. The city is an artistic haven; intense yet calm, exciting but relaxing, colonial but revolutionary, basically a paradox in every single way. Full of bohemian cafes and bars and music pouring out of every corner, Havana should be on everyone's list of places to… Continue reading 72 hours in Havana
Welcome back to Part 2 of my Cuba travel posts! Picking up from where I left off, the tour continues, moving from the North Western tip of Cuba towards the East, with the final stop on this leg of the journey being Trinidad. But first, we stopped for a quick walking tour around the French… Continue reading Cuba Adventures – Trinidad, Cienfuegos and Santa Clara
Hi all! Some of you may remember that I promised a G-adventures review in my post on travelling solo - well, here it is! Last year, I went on a trip to South East Asia. It was one of my first trips travelling by myself so I wanted to play it safe. I did some… Continue reading G Adventures reviewed!
'Life begins at the end of your comfort zone' I used to be one of those people who could never imagine travelling on my own. After all, how could this be fun in any way? But last year, this impression changed completely. In between jobs, I had some time off and wanted to travel and… Continue reading Travelling solo