We set off early for a boat trip around Peru mini version of the Galapagos, the infamously nicknamed ‘The Poor Man´s Galapagos’, the Ballestas Islands of Peru.
The Valle de Cocora, or Cocora Valley, was the highlight of our trip to Salento in Colombia’s coffee region, Eje Cafetero.
We escaped the metropolitan Medellin to climb up a 200-meter high monolith rock near Guatapé. We ended up wandering in the finest and more colourful town in Colombia, Guatapé.
With a number of trails available in La Fortuna, we picked "Mirador El Silencio Trail", a lesser-known La Fortuna hike.
After a long Bus journey from San José, we disembarked in Monteverde, the Green Mountain.
Today we were visiting Chichen Itza, the Maya Temples in the Yucatan.
We decided to do the Uxmal Ruins day trip from Merida by ourselves.
We set off early for the large archaeological site of Monte Albán.
After a great night sleep in Puebla we catch a 6-hour bus to Oaxaca.
After a few days in Mexico City, we headed for one of Mexico's foremost foodie destinations, Puebla.
We took a day trip to the ancient city and pyramids of Teotihuacan, also known as the City of the Gods.
We boarded the Interislander ferry, the longest running ferry service in New Zealand to reach Wellington.
We drove from Kaikoura to Picton.
We booked a scenic flight over the Great Barrier Reef with GSL aviation.
We planned a day trip to Kuranda, better known as the Village in the Rainforest.
We woke up early for a day trip on the Great Barrier Reef.
We spent the day in the Daintree rainforest.
After our first night in the camper, we kicked off the day with a visit to the Mossman Gorge Centre.
After a long flight from Bali, we debarked at Cairns International Airport.