Central-South America
Google Fi Service After One Year Review

Google Fi Service After One Year Review

Google Fi Review after One Two Years Update: This post was updated October 2020 after using Fi for over two years. I have been using Google Fi for one two years. In that time, I have traveled to Chile, New Zealand, Australia, French Polynesia, Easter Island, Chile,...

Eating Vegan or Vegetarian While Traveling a Nomad Life

Eating Vegan or Vegetarian While Traveling a Nomad Life

Eating Vegan or Vegetarian While Traveling a Nomad Life I remember back in April 2016 when my family and I decided to do an around the world trip in 30 days. My husband was trying to eat a gluten-free diet at the time. 24 hours prior to our departure, I found myself...

Living a Month in Lima Peru

Living a Month in Lima Peru

Living a Month in Lima Peru Lim-Ah. I couldn't wait to get to Lima. To live on the beach. To see Pacific sunsets nightly. To smell the sea air. After a month in the mountains of Medellin, Colombia, drifting down to sea level in the warm Peruvian air sounded divine....

Remote Year Adventure-Month Three in Lima

Remote Year Adventure-Month Three in Lima

Remote Year Adventure--Month Three in Lima, Peru My Latin American adventure continues; the third month on Remote Year ended on a high note after a long slog through difficult group dynamics throughout the month. With a first month of fun onboarding and getting to...

Remote Year Adventure-Month Two in Medellin

Remote Year Adventure-Month Two in Medellin

The Second Month of Remote Year One day in Medellin, we all created tshirts and walked/ran to raise money for local charities.I’m on a 4-month adventure with Remote Year, an organization that combines the synergies of a group of workers into a traipse through 4...

Free Walking Tour Puerto Natalas

Free Walking Tour Puerto Natalas

Hiking and Walking Puerto Natalas It's easy to overlook Puerto Natalas. As the gateway to Patagonia, it sits in the shadow of the eighth natural wonder of the world at the base of Torres del Paine National Park. So hiking-booted folks often dash through the town on...

Living a Month in Santiago Chile

Living a Month in Santiago Chile

Living in Santiago for One Month Visiting Santiago is like visiting your cousin's place. It's somewhat familiar, perhaps it's a little dirty, you're glad to arrive, and you're even more happy to leave. After a month living in Primo Santiago, Cousin Santiago, I have a...

Walking and Biking Easter Island Rapa Nui

Walking and Biking Easter Island Rapa Nui

Walking and Biking Easter Island Rapa Nui I cried the first time I saw the Easter Island statues, the Moai. Maybe it was that I had been waiting since 5th grade to see these magnificent sculptures, or perhaps it was the exceedingly difficult bike ride I had taken to...

5 Unusual Things to Do in Quito Ecuador

5 Unusual Things to Do in Quito Ecuador

5 Unusual Things to Do in Quito, Ecuador Quito, Ecuador, is the gateway to the Galapagos and other wonderful South American treasures. Many folks will take only a day to pass through Quito, but with only a day, there's still more to do there than you could possibly...

Galapagos for Cheaper: Hack the Galapagos

The Secrets to Doing the Galapagos for Cheaper I just got back from the Galapagos where we stayed for five days, and I have the secrets to how to do the Galapagos for cheap. You don't have to spend $4-5000 to enjoy the archipelago and see all the animals. No need to...