I'm currently location independent, 27, living in Buenos Aires, but heading to several other places this year. Current country count is around 48 or so. Neither a shoe-string budget, nor high-maintenance luxury snob. I like good food and drink, but don't demand them.
I'm heading to Korea tomorrow and plan on spending 4-5 days in Seoul. I've been to the city before and will go to the DMZ, but am considering taking the KTX train to Busan, since it's only two-three hours away. I'm much more into traveling to understand... See More
Hi I have two days to kill in Sao Paulo and was wondering if anyone familiar with the area knows a few activities to try that aren't too touristy. I'm also looking for a place to stay for about $50USD/night - maybe an upscale hostel or independent hotel? Lastly,... See More
I will probably get flamed for writing this (either from people who love it and want to keep it a secret or hate it because it's not food snobby), but Delancey Street Restaurant on the Embarcadero probably fits most of those requirements. The food... See More
Does anyone have recommendations for good reasonably priced food (~$10 USD) in Punta Del Este? The prices don't seem to support the quality (but I get it, it's really touristy so people pay it). Are there more local-friendly places? Also, I'm here after high... See More
I'm taking a road trip with a friend of mine from Lisbon to Malaga over two weeks in April, hoping to stop in Sevilla, Cordoba and Granada on the way. Any recommendations on nicer hostels, boutique hotels or apartment rentals would be great! Budget under $100/night... See More
Ko Samui isn't really set up for those types of volunteering efforts since it's primarily a tourist destination with resorts and parties. You would probably have better luck in a city like Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai,... See More