As I am penning this article on how much it costs to travel the world for one year, I am looking back at some of my past long travels with fulfilling experiences and how I was fortunate enough to support myself financially. And it wasn’t easy. It was a lot of trial and errors. […]
Have you ever seen your grand-ma sun drying fruits, lemons, mangos or even cooked food? I have. I am used to eating sun-dried mangoes, lemons, tomatoes and other vegetables. Do you have a plum tree that produces thousands of fruits in a 3-week span and you don’t know what to do with all the […]
We have been traveling with my son, now a 19-month old toddler, since he was 5 months old. Sterilizing his feeding bottles on hikes and travels has been one of the high priority tasks on all our trips. He has been to 7 countries and several camping trips and I finally nailed the process. […]
300 days of sunshine, secluded beaches where your money goes a bit deeper than other European countries, are some of the reasons why you should visit Portugal ASAP.
This is part one of the series of posts that are coming up over the next couple of weeks, on how to start a blog. This series intended to help newbies to get comfortable with the idea of blogging. I will cover topics ranging from why blog, what to blog about and how to […]
I have been experimenting with bread alternatives on long backpacking and camping trips to add variety to the food options. Here are my favorite choices so far. Source: Wikipedia Matzo (Matzah) bread : So what is Matzo bread ? (If you already don’t know) : Known as “Food of Faith”, this unleavened bread is eaten […]
A must do day trip from Bogota, lake Guatavita in Colombian Andes is only an approximately 2 hours away from Bogota. August 2012, I was traveling alone in Colombia my last solo trip. Laguna de Guatavita – As the story goes, there was a belief that there is a gold treasure under the lake, and […]