If you like brown water beaches, extortionately priced taxis, and crappy restaurants more pricey than New York City, you’d love Tulum.
I Went On A Vacation To Mexico, For Real
When vagabonds go on vacation.
Escape To Mexico: The Final Frontier For Covid Travels?
Fleeing Turkey’s Covid lockdowns and a hotel fire, Nomadic Backpacker is free again. But is he at the end of the road?
What Latin America Can Learn From New Zealand
Please, Latin America, take this tip. You’re confusing us.
Climbing Down a Bolivian Mountain At Night, or Why It’s Sometimes Best To Leave Before It Gets Dark
How a flashlight imprisoned and then aided two carefree adventurer’s escape from Sucre’s Sietes Cascadas.
Climate Lima: Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation, Part One
Climate Lima is a running series documenting the going on’s of different people, groups and activities around the climate conference this December in Lima, Peru.
Reminder in Lima: Don’t Get Mugged
A bungled beach-side night mugging serves as a valuable reminder not to become to comfortable and complacent while travelling alone.
The Road Ahead: David to Lima and Into the North
Where David Fegan is on the road to and why.
Of All the Things That Could Strike Me Down in Bolivia, This is What Happens?!
Geysers, protests, altitude, crazy drivers, mines, alcohol poisoning, cable cars… what leaves David Fegan crying for his mummy in Bolivia?
Why Sucre, Bolivia, is the Ideal Resuscitation Point for Spoilt, Middle Class Backpackers on a Budget
A tired and slightly cultured-shocked David Fegan appreciates Sucre for its more familiar, low-cost comforts.