Photos From Córdoba, Spain

We recently posted about our trip to Córdoba, Spain and around Andalusia a couple weeks ago and now we’ve finally uploaded some photos!

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Bus Journeys to Parati, Brazil

Iguazu Falls was the perfect way to cross the border from Argentina into Brazil and from there we continued our journey to Rio for Carnival, but we had one more stop on the way. Parati is a former Portugese colonial town with well preserved cobblestone streets (or as Auston calls them: cobbleystone) and historic buildings […]

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The Two Sides of Iguazu Falls

Decide which side of Iguazu Falls to visit. On the border between Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay lies one of the most amazing water falls in South America. We spent two nights there – one in Argentina and one in Brazil.

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Sightseeing And A Near Mugging in Buenos Aires

We spent seven fantastic days in Argentina’s capital of Buenos Aires even though we could avoid the reciprocity fee to enter. The European-esque city with that Latin flavor has plenty to offer from it’s mix of architectures, local wines, unique dance styles and fascinating cultural history that’s visibly changing and progressing every year. We were […]

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FiveBadTourists: Lake Titicaca From The Shores Of Puno

Our time traveling as FiveBadTourists through Peru was quickly coming to an end. My older sister, Tasia, and her husband, Adam, had a flight to catch in Puno the following day after our visit to Machu Picchu’s glorious ruins. The plan was to take the train from Machu Picchu back to the town of Ollantaytambo […]

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FiveBadTourists: Time to Machu The Picchu!

From Cusco it was time for the FiveBadTourists to make the journey to see the infamous Machu Picchu. Getting there could have been a simple matter of taking the train from Poroy station just outside of Cusco all the way to Machu Picchu. Unfortunately the only trains times were in the morning and we had […]

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FiveBadTourists: Guinea Pigs And A Peruvian New Year’s

Discover what it’s like to eat guinea pig in Peru and celebrate New Year’s Eve at the Plaza de Armas in Cusco.

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Silly Signs Around Asia

We loved giggling at the ridiculously silly signs we saw in Europe and in Ghana. Thankfully, the comical signage continued on into Asia!

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Outside Tokyo Sits the Quiet Suburb of Sagamihara

As the third most populated suburb of Tokyo, Sagamihara is not exactly a highly sought after destination when travelers visit Japan’s capital. However, having a received an invitation to CouchSurf there for three nights, we took it as an opportunity to get out of the city to see the more tranquil outskirts. Our host Ewerthon […]

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Tokyo Does It Better

Heated toilets that spray and dry your ass. Restaurants with buttons on the table to signal your server or touch screen menus to order your food. Vending machines selling hot canned coffee or cold beer. Taxis with automatic passenger doors. One of the largest and most intricate public transit systems in the world. Pristine streets despite a notable lack of garbage cans and […]

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