Category: Travel Advice

The Cheapest way to Ski from Santiago de Chile

Cutting the ¨Powder in South American Skiing

A la Nieve I’ve been in Santiago for six months now, and for the last few months it’s been Ski Season. I´m lucky enough to have been a ski junkie since my parents took me when I was very little, and, other than a small blip about three years ago where I tore my ACL […]

Pucón in Winter: What to Do

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Chile's ice axe climbing volcan villarica

Pucón is famous for being one of Chile’s biggest summer outdoor and adventure destinations, but what about in the winter months? For my second feature post, I wrote all about Pucón, an incredible town in the south for the incredible Today In Chile. Today in Chile highlights the best locations in Chile, as well as local […]

Hitchhiking In New Zealand: Is It safe?

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Hitchhiking benefits and views in New Zealand

The first time I ever hitchhiked was to get to work. I had landed a job waitressing in a local Vineyard on the incredible Waiheke Island, just off the coast of Auckland, New Zealand. The walk there was almost an hour uphill, in humid air, for a 7am start. Everyone insisted that hitchhiking was the […]

My First Piece for Travelista Club

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What is Travelista Club? Travelista Club was the encouragement that I needed to start this blog. An offer of payment for writing, and a discount on a web hosting? Sign me up. However, I have found It really difficult to contact them, or find a way to write new articles for them. I think mainly […]

Mendoza in Four days

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Maipu Bodega, Mendoza

Why go to Mendoza? Mendoza was one of the biggest delights of my trips to Argentina. It’s often overlooked as a stop off, or a one night fling on the tourist trail across from Buenos Aires to Santiago. Yet the city is so much more than that. The first thing that struck me about it […]