John Couper sends his second post about his adventures in Yunnan Province China. This time he writes about his experience in the town of Jinghong in a way that makes me want to go back there and see all the things I missed.
My friend and former colleague, John Couper, has been at it again. His travels to Yunnan Province in China are no less exceptional than his travels to other parts of the world. Guest blogger John and …
Rio de Janeiro is a vibrant, eclectic city with a lot more to offer than beaches and steakhouses. Whether you want to relax on the beach, trek through the jungle, or dance the night away, Rio has it all and then some.
My visit to Machu PIcchu was just as amazing as I anticipated, but I made some mistakes along the way, and so did my tour operator. Read how to avoid some pitfalls and paying more than you should on your trek to Machu Picchu.
Competition for accommodation in the Caribbean can make finding the right place to stay quite a challenge. But the advantage is that same competition can drive prices down, making a dream destination much more affordable. Check out this list of the best affordable resorts in the Caribbean and be sure to bookmark it.
Knowing about and understanding the pros and cons of visiting Rainbow Mountain in Peru is a must before deciding whether or not to trek up Rainbow Mountain in Peru. High numbers of tourists are definitely contributing to the local economy. But the landscape is suffering and locals are definitely experiencing some of the negatives of tourism.
Cartagena, Colombia is famous for its colorful and interesting architecture, but the cafe and restaurant scene here can easily compete with more famous cities in the world. I went in search of the best of the best of Cartagena’s cafe scene, and I think I found it.
Are you looking for a sustainable, authentic coffee experience in Colombia? Would you like to meet the farmer that grows your coffee? Look no further than Experiencia Cafetera’s WakeCup Coffee Tour.