Breaking Bad Tour, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Camping, RV-ing, Trips and Destinations, USA

How to Travel the USA by RV. Part Four. New Mexico: from Anasazi Petroglyphs to Breaking Bad

Driving into New Mexico from Mesa Verde, Colorado is like being on another planet… Intricate mountains, like sandcastles with pink, white and purple layers all around us... Did Gaudi visit here, too? This article is dedicated to our RV trip through New Mexico, the last state of this journey. RVing in New Mexico One of… Continue reading How to Travel the USA by RV. Part Four. New Mexico: from Anasazi Petroglyphs to Breaking Bad

How to travel the USA by RV: Colorado
Camping, RV-ing, Trips and Destinations, USA

How to Travel the USA by RV. Part Three. The Most Interesting RV Stops in Colorado

After traveling through North Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas, we were finally approaching one of the main destinations of our "USA by RV Trip": Colorado. We entered via Hwy 36, drove through the impressive Thompson Canyon and arrived Estes Park. It was the first stop of our 500+ mile journey across Colorado, where… Continue reading How to Travel the USA by RV. Part Three. The Most Interesting RV Stops in Colorado

USA by RV. Little Jerusalem Badlands
Camping, RV-ing, Trips and Destinations, USA

How to Travel the USA by RV. Part Two. Mid-Country: Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas

After traveling through Florida, Alabama and Mississippi, we finally arrived to our next destination: Hot Springs, Arkansas. This was the beginning of the next leg of our USA by RV trip, which I am calling Mid-Country.  This section covers a nearly 1500-mile journey across Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas on the way to Colorado. TIP: Due… Continue reading How to Travel the USA by RV. Part Two. Mid-Country: Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas

The USA by RV Part One
Camping, RV-ing, Trips and Destinations, USA

How to Travel the USA by RV. Part One. American South: Florida, Alabama, Mississippi

We would like to offer you a run-down of our 3-month-long RV trip across the USA by RV. It covers over 3000 miles through 8 States (Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico). The first part is dedicated to the American South. The trip starts in Florida and goes through Alabama and Mississippi,… Continue reading How to Travel the USA by RV. Part One. American South: Florida, Alabama, Mississippi

The Best Small RV Rig
Camping, RV-ing, Travel Tips, Useful Info

The Best Inexpensive Small SUV-Based (No Truck!) Camping RV Rig

What do you do if, like us, you are a passionate traveler, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic traveling the world is not in the cards? That’s right, you travel in your own country. And if you are lucky, that country offers amazing places to explore. However, traveling by car and staying in hotels can… Continue reading The Best Inexpensive Small SUV-Based (No Truck!) Camping RV Rig

8 Amazing Experiences to Share in La Paz, Bolivia
South America, Trips and Destinations

8 Amazing Experiences to Share During a 5-day Stay in La Paz, Bolivia

After almost a whole month in Peru, we only had 5 days left to spend in Bolivia. What can you do in 5 days? The country has a lot to offer, from jungle tours to salt flats expeditions and Ayahuasca retreats, but 5 days would not be enough to accomplish any of that. So we… Continue reading 8 Amazing Experiences to Share During a 5-day Stay in La Paz, Bolivia

What to Drink in Peru, Peruvian Drinks
Eating and Drinking, South America, Trips and Destinations

What to Drink in Peru: 7 Traditional Peruvian Drinks You Won’t Find Anywhere Else

In our last post we introduced you to some of the traditional dishes you must try while in Peru. But every delicious dish has to be accompanied by an equally awesome drink! Once again, you are in for a treat. Peru offers a variety of drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, which are unique to this… Continue reading What to Drink in Peru: 7 Traditional Peruvian Drinks You Won’t Find Anywhere Else

Peruvian Cuisine
Eating and Drinking, South America, Trips and Destinations

Peruvian Cuisine: Top 10 Traditional Foods You Must Try in Peru

There is one thing everyone who comes back from Peru agrees on:  the Peruvian cuisine is one of the greatest in the world! But the fact is that somehow it is not very widely known. When I mentioned how delicious the food was, many of my friends couldn’t name any Peruvian dish. Well, perhaps, ceviche,… Continue reading Peruvian Cuisine: Top 10 Traditional Foods You Must Try in Peru

Uros Floating Islands, Lake Titicaca
South America, Trips and Destinations

What to Do in Puno, Peru: Lake Titicaca, Uros Floating Islands, the Portal of Aramu Muru and a Better Way to Get Your Bolivian Visa

After our adventurous week in Cusco, Peru, an overnight bus brought us to Puno, a town on the shores of Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world. Situated at a height of 3,812 m (12,507 ft), it shares its waters with Bolivia. Already at the approach, we were mesmerized by the beauty of this blue… Continue reading What to Do in Puno, Peru: Lake Titicaca, Uros Floating Islands, the Portal of Aramu Muru and a Better Way to Get Your Bolivian Visa

Machu Picchu
South America, Trips and Destinations

Tips About Visiting Machu Picchu, Peru

No trip to Peru is possible without Machu Picchu! Nestled on top of a mountain in the Andean jungle, this beautiful place is a magnet for thousands of tourists from all around the world. Machu Picchu was not discovered until 1911, when the American historian Hiram Bingham found the city with the help of the… Continue reading Tips About Visiting Machu Picchu, Peru