Have you ever been wondering e.g. how often you have been flying around the world, how many kilometers you have been traveling on an airplane or how many hours of your life you have been spending on an aircraft so far? Continue reading
If you are tired of reading books and planning your trips for hours, here’s a free online tool that might help you. Inspirock
There are plenty options for cross-country traveling in South America. Most common for longterm travelers is to start in a city and go by bus through the continent. What if you only have a some weeks to discover the continent. Sure, flying is the fastest. To save money one could try to find error fares, if you are not that into airline fare system, air passes can be decent value. find out more about airpasses!
As already mentioned in previous articles, numberless buses leave from different terminals in Santiago de Chile and it can be nerve-racking to find the right bus terminal in Santiago. Crossing the Andes and visiting Mendoza for the weekend is a great way to renew your tourist visa. Here’s how you can save same pesos on your next trip. more
If you have visited all the ordinary sights of Santiago de Chile and / or are curious about doing something off the beaten tracks that you won’t find in the ordinary travel guides (not yet), go and visit Templo Bahá’í… more
Traveling by bus in Chile is easy and convenient. A bewildering number of bus companies connect nearly every little city in the country and to Argentina, Bolivia and Peru. The buses are well maintained and in good conditions. You don’t have to be terrified of shabby vehicles like in some Latin-American countries. How to find the right Bus in Santiago