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4 trekkings you can do for free (or almost) in South America! • 4 trilhas para fazer de graça (ou quase) na América do Sul! 

As we moved away from South America (and already missing it!) to Southeast Asia, we wanted to take a little time to update our blog and give you other useful information. As nature lovers, we are realized that South America... Continue Reading →

Salar de Uyuni – Bolívia’s Tresure • Salar de Uyuni – Um tesouro na Bolívia

We knew we wanted to came here but what we experienced here was something beyond anything we would have imagined. We chose to do the 3 days tour (2 nights) and we talked to other backpackers about it and everyone... Continue Reading →

San Pedro de Atacama – a dream that came true! • San Pedro de Atacama – um sonho tornado realidade!

  For our American Latin trip, we started where we ended the last trip: The Patagonian Adventure • A Aventura Patagônica Santiago, Chile's capital city. We had already spent around a week here last time, so we seized this opportunity to see... Continue Reading →

Not so obvious stuff we are taking on our backpack for a 3 month trip!

We have been saving money for around a year now and in less than a week we are leaving Brazil to travel from São Paulo to Cartagena, in north of Colombia! We are so happy because we are starting where... Continue Reading →

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Torres del Paine – the W Circuit

The W circuit is one of the most known trekkings, with mild-easy trails and great landscape, what's not to love?

The Patagonian Adventure: Ushuaia

When you arrive, it's pretty spectacular. The city, that calls itself the last city of the world, is surrounded by the Andes range of mountains, in dark brown shades with snowy peaks and the Beagle channel at the bottom, where... Continue Reading →

The Patagonian Adventure • A Aventura Patagônica

Our second big trip was the south of South America. The Patagonia blew us away with it's amazing nature and culture.

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