Posts in South America
When in Brazil: A Sunset Helicopter Ride Over Rio de Janeiro

While Rio de Janeiro is a real babe from the ground, she’s even more spectacular from the sky. If you’re heading to the Cidade Maravilhosa (Wonderful City) and like me, have always dreamed of being a human drone, do yourself a favor and book a helicopter tour at sunset. It’s not as expensive as you may think, and it’s worth every single Brazilian real. Here’s what you need to know.

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12 Reasons to Run Away to Jericoacoara, Brazil

Located in the eastern Brazilian state of Ceará, the secluded and magical beach town of Jericoacoara should be high on your Brazilian bucket list. If you want to get away from it all, yet still have everything you need at your fingertips, this is a great place to escape. I don’t know how I’d never heard of it before I got to Brazil- it’s the best kind of paradise and I don’t think the world has even realized it yet. It shouldn’t take too much convincing, but I’d like to offer 12 very good reasons why you should visit at least once in your life.

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Your Vibe Attracts Your (Wifi) Tribe: The Perks of Co-Living & Co-Working

Already have the freedom to work from anywhere and want to travel the world with a group of amazing, like-minded people? If you call yourself a digital nomad or entrepreneur and you're living the remote life, then this post is for you.

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No Friends, No Tour, No Problem: A Solo Female Traveler's Guide to Machu Picchu

Planning a trip to Machu Picchu can be tackled a number of different ways. There are tons of multi-day hikes like the Inca Trail that will spit you out there, or if you’re short on time, you can do what I did. Even though I took “the easy way”,  there are multiple types of tickets you can buy for multiple times from multiple different places, and it can be pretty overwhelming. I’m going to tell you precisely how I went about this solo journey to one of the most amazing ruins in the world, and pray that it’s helpful.

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A Gringa, Graffiti & a Gun: One Month in Valparaiso, Chile

For one month I decided to drop anchor in Valparaiso, Chile. Whether you’re planning to hang around for a while or are just swinging through for a day or two as many travelers do- I’d like to share my favorite spots and what I learned. Valparaiso is a beautiful place to explore but hang around for the end and some tips on how to stay safe.

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