COLONIA del SACRAMENTO: Easy Day Trip from Buenos Aires

Reading Time: 8 minutes If you find yourself in the city of Buenos Aires without anything to do (nearly impossible), you could consider an easy day trip across the Rio del Plata to Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay. Whether you stay for just a day or a weekend, you won’t be disappointed. Check out my … More COLONIA del SACRAMENTO: Easy Day Trip from Buenos Aires

BODEGAS AND VINEYARDS: GET TIPSY IN CAFAYATE

Bodegas and Vineyards Reading Time: 8 minutes Cafayate, in the province of Salta, is well known for its wine, bodegas, and vineyards. Bodegas are scattered around the town center, and vineyards exist just a short walk outside of town, while others require a slightly higher than average taxi ride. Some require reservations, while others are … More BODEGAS AND VINEYARDS: GET TIPSY IN CAFAYATE

DOUBLE YOUR MONEY in Argentina | The Best Blue Dollar Rate

[Get my Ultimate 10-day Buenos Aires itinerary here] SOME PERSONAL SUGGESTIONS I spent the first three months of the year in Argentina- mid January to mid April. I wanted to keep track of spending to have a better idea of what living there long term would look like. To do this, I used an app … More DOUBLE YOUR MONEY in Argentina | The Best Blue Dollar Rate

Koreatown, Toronto

I lived in Busan, South Korea three different times, for a total of four years. It’s the most I’ve ever lived in one place since I was seventeen. And that makes Korea close to my heart. There is so much I love and miss about South Korea- the Kimbap Chunguk’s (a small chain restaurant with … More Koreatown, Toronto

Garbanzo

Today I’m ever so grateful for: 1. Hummus and┬áMacaroni and cheese (with the instructions in English and everything, whether I need them or not). 2.┬áThe person who gave them both to me. 3. The love and support of my amazing friends who not only came to the Vagina Monologues, but came with flowers. I love … More Garbanzo

Mother Russia

1. What the book. For the speedy shipping of my shiny brand new Lonely Planet Trans-Siberia for post-Korea adventures. 2. English. For being my first language, allowing me to work abroad for so many years, and in turn allowing me to travel (almost) as much as I want. 3. Frankie. For baking me homemade vegan … More Mother Russia