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Star gazing in La Serena, Chile

Taking a 6 hour bus ride from Santiago you can arrive in the small town of La Serena. From here it's easy to travel deeper into the Elqui valley to pay a visit to La Vicuña and its famous star gazing observatory. The budget conscious traveller  Travelling South America on a tight budget is a pretty difficult… Continue reading Star gazing in La Serena, Chile

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The three Gilli’s, Bali

From Ubud to the Gili islands

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Bali, beginning in Ubud

We began our Bali adventures in the cultural heart of the country; Ubud. Ubud 1.5 hours after leaving Denpasar airport we arrived in Ubud just as the sun was setting. Although there are lots of taxis waiting at the airport, we'd prebooked a driver for 300,000 rupiah to make the start of our journey as easy… Continue reading Bali, beginning in Ubud

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Santiago, Chile

We took the cheapest bus from Chiloe to Santiago (£16), leaving at 6pm the bus arrived in Santiago's main bus terminal 17 hours later. After travelling throughout the night we arrived exhausted at 10am - the bus wasn't exactly cheap and cheerful, more like cheap and cramped, but it did the job of delivering us… Continue reading Santiago, Chile

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Argentina to Chile: Isla grande de Chiloe

Our first port of call in Chile was to the Island of Chiloe. Famed for how different it is compared to mainland we were in for a bit of a shock as soon as we stepped off of the bus. Journey to Chiloe We traveled to Chiloe from the Argentinian town of Bariloche, taking the… Continue reading Argentina to Chile: Isla grande de Chiloe

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Semana Santa in Argentina: El Calafate and Bariloche 

Working our way up north from Ushuaia we took a flight to the little town of El Calafate. From here we took a day trip to the famous giant glacier - Perito Moreno- in the national park a few hours drive away and carried on up to the chocolate box picture perfect town of Bariloche. … Continue reading Semana Santa in Argentina: El Calafate and Bariloche 

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Córdoba, Alta Garcia &Rosario: Che Guevara, Messi and Trouble 

Getting to Córdoba  We took the bus from port du iguazu to Córdoba and were a little shocked how expensive it would be. It cost is the equivalent of £80 and took less than 24 hours (the same journey would've cost us between £30-40 in south east Asia) but the bus was actually really nice.… Continue reading Córdoba, Alta Garcia &Rosario: Che Guevara, Messi and Trouble