Art & Dance
It is sensual and a bit edgy, but I also find it boring after a while, especially if there is no dancing to watch with it.
While I was in Buenos Aires researching the city guide, I met some travelers who told me they went to a “punk tango” music show,
I was intrigued. More >
When I arrived in Sucre, I quickly figured out that the thing to do on Sunday is go to the Tarabuco market.
I heard that the fruits and veggies are cheap, and you can buy tejidos (weavings) and those ugly sweaters all the backpackers in Bolivia are wearing.
Although it is easy to take a local bus, More >
Photo from Flickr user stars alive.
Ted and Bethany from TwoOregonians suggested I attend Ojos Cerrados.And I am glad I took their suggestion.
I went with my friend and former housemate Susanna. The main reason to go with More >
I was very excited to go on Graffitimundo’s Hidden Walls Tour, which takes you to More >
Specifically, I am writing a Buenos Aires City Guide for Indie Travel Media.
Every travel blogger who has passed through Valparaíso has written about the street art, and I am not going to be an exception.More >
Although I was pleasantly surprised by Santiago and stayed longer than I planned, it’s time to move on to the next destination.Valparaíso is a place I have been looking forward to experiencing.
I heard it has a funky vibe and amazing graffiti art.
True and true.More >
When I visited Argentina for the first time in 2009 on a 2-week vacation, one of the major attractions in Buenos Aires was closed for renovations.
After 7 years of detailed restoration, Teatro Colon is now open to the public. The tour is one of the top things to do in Buenos Aires.The price was a More >
You get to dress up in scary, slutty (not me, of course), funny, and/ or inappropriate costumes. You get to eat candy. You get to stay up partying until 6am. Oh, wait… The 6am thing is just a normal Saturday night in Buenos Aires.
I also really enjoy More >