The Basics We flew internationally and arrived at the airport about 20 minutes from the city center. We paid S20 for a taxi into town, which I think is way overpriced (oh well!). Taxis don’t have meters here, so bartering is necessary. We chose to stay in 2 different areas: near the Plaza de Armas … Continue reading Cusco, Peru
The Basics From Medellin, go to the South Terminal. There is one ticket booth for buses to Jericó. Buses can fill up, so if you're going on a puente weekend, try to get there before 9am or book in advance. We typically buy return tickets at the same time to save the trouble. To Jericó, … Continue reading Jericó: Gem of Antioquia, Colombia
Chile is the perfect place to get a taste of it all! You can take the subway to a museum, go skiing, tour a vineyard, walk on the beach, or wander the coastal towns. Spend at least five nights to get the variety of experiences. Santiago: The Basics We flew into Santiago from Medellín via … Continue reading Chile: City, Coast, and Wine Country
The Basics We flew direct from Medellín to Lima with Avianca airlines. We pre-arranged a taxi ride (55 soles) to Miraflores using Transporte Fácil Peru. I messaged them on Facebook and arranged a ride with ease. Taxi prices can run a bit higher, so we preferred to plan ahead. The airport offers 30 minutes of … Continue reading Foodie Escape in Lima, Peru
Upon moving to El Poblado in Medellín, Colombia, we made it our mission to find the best ice cream, gelato, and frozen yogurt near us. Over a year later, I have compiled a list that I am proud to share. A couple of these have battled for the top spot in our favorites, but I … Continue reading 5 Crave-Quenching Ice Cream Shops in Poblado
In Nicaragua, there is a friendly competition for which is the most loved city: Granana or León? During our stay, we spent a few days in Granada and did not plan on visiting León. However, a bonus day happened and we made it to León for one epic night of adventures. Whether you visit one … Continue reading Nica: Granada or León?
1. Eden Bistro We came as soon as we found out about this Korean restaurant, since my partner lived in South Korea and pines for their spicy soups, kimchi, and grilled meat. They may not have everything on a traditional Korean menu, but all is forgotten once the bulgogi and samgyupsal are sizzling on the … Continue reading 6 Underrated Asian Eats in Poblado