A quick guide to La Paz and all its things weird, wonderful, and witchcrafty

A city unlike any other, La Paz will leave your head spinning (thanks to both the ridiculous altitude and the wonderfully vibrant colours), your belly full, and your heart warmed. This place feels like the epicentre of frenetic energy and hustle. The locals move with such urgency, and with such...

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How to drink tequila like a Mexican

How to drink tequila like a Mexican

Put down the Jose Cuervo. We asked Milton, our local guide in Mexico City, how to drink the country’s most famous beverage like a local in his city. Tequila is the first drink we offer when we’re celebrating something or when we invite friends over — in fact, we usually...

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5 tips for making the most of your trip to Havana

5 tips for making the most of your trip to Havana

Havana is one of the most unique cities in the world — it’s seemingly frozen in time at first glance, but you soon realise this city, and the country as a whole, is so much more than just a time warp. The place is colourful, charismatic, and buzzing with energy. Before...

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How to order tacos in Mexico City like you know what you’re talkin’ about

How to order tacos in Mexico City like you know what you’re talkin’ about

We asked Milton, our local guide in Mexico City, how to correctly order a taco from one of the city’s classic street stalls. This is a great question and actually complex to explain, but I’ll try my best! In Mexico, there are almost 70 different types of corn — which...

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4 unmissable veggie restaurants in Tijuana

4 unmissable veggie restaurants in Tijuana

Pork tacos and chicken enchiladas may be on many travellers’ culinary wishlists when they come to Mexico, but it’s not all meat all the time. In fact, in Tijuana, vegetarians and vegans will be greeted with a variety of restaurants and cafés serving up meat-free alternatives, thanks to Baja’s always-surprising...

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Traveller stories: Brianna in Costa Rica

Traveller stories: Brianna in Costa Rica

Each traveller has such an individual style of travel. We asked @briannaglenn from Milk + Honey Travels, to share her travel style with us, and picked her brain for some tips about one of her favourite trips, to Costa Rica. With a career as a professional athlete (track and field...

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How to make the perfect caipirinha

How to make the perfect caipirinha

While no one really knows where the caipirinha came from (some say it started in the early 1900s as a cure for the Spanish flu), there’s no denying that the cocktail has arrived as one of those drinks you’ve just got to try — going to Brazil and not having...

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All parrilla, no filler: The best steakhouses in Buenos Aires

All parrilla, no filler: The best steakhouses in Buenos Aires

Think you’ve had a good steak? Think you’ve experienced the pinnacle of what happens when you take a cow and apply heat? Trust me: if you haven’t visited the parrillas (steakhouses) of Buenos Aires, South America’s steak capital, you’re not even close. Argentines just get good steak. And they’ve spent...

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Celebration tips for Mendoza’s Vendimia Harvest Festival

Celebration tips for Mendoza’s Vendimia Harvest Festival

If wine is your thing and festivals are your thing, then you’re going to want to put the Vendimia Harvest Festival in Mendoza on your travel wish list! This annual party has been named one of the top harvest festivals in the world by National Geographic, and is ranked alongside festivals...

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The complete guide to: Santiago travel

The complete guide to: Santiago travel

Travelling to Chile and checking out the sights in Santiago? This guide will give you everything you need to know about visiting the capital, from getting to and from the airport, to the best Chilean music you should listen to before you go, to the cool local events you should...

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