Fruit on a market, Peru

One of the things I love about travelling is eating foreign food. And there is nothing more fascinating than the amount of foreign fruit and vegetables that exists in the world and that I have never heard of. Peru was no exception when it came to exotic fruits. On markets, I found huge piles, Read More

“I was born and raised in Iquitos,” Osmar told us. “People from the communities often say that city people can’t be good jungle guides, but that is not true.” We were sitting in a tiny restaurant in Iquitos, in Northeastern Peru, sipping tree tomato smoothies. The orange drink tasted fruity and slightly acid at, Read More

Jungla de Panama, Boquete, Panama

The best part about travelling are the amazing people I meet along the way. One of them is Dorothy, an American expat living near Boquete in Panama with her family. She runs Jungla de Panama, a wildlife refuge where she helps injured and abandoned animals, and she agreed to do an interview with me, Read More

Plaza de Armas, Lima, Peru

There is no city in South America that I have visited as often as Lima. With good flight connections both to Europe and other destinations in South America, it made sense for us to come here multiple times. We based ourselves in a hostel in the middle of Miraflores, 151 Backpackers, which I can, Read More

Glacier Grey, Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile

Imagine wide, open landscapes, turquoise lakes, snow-capped mountains and ancient forests. Welcome to Patagonia. It is easy to understand why this area of the world, despite being remote, is a favourite amongst tourists. I spent three weeks travelling around the region, going from Chile to Argentina and back again. I saw the landscape on, Read More