Couples Share Travel Advice: Zac and Virginia

Our goal is for travelers to experience more of the world, in a financially and environmentally sustainable way. Welcome to a new series we’re planning to feature monthly called Couples Share Travel Advice. I asked Zac and his wife Virginia, from TravelFreely, seven questions on travel and their relationship. Their website focuses on how travelers…

Tips for Visiting Salento, Colombia, in the Coffee Region

By Alex Kallimanis: Salento, Colombia is a charming town of around 9,000 people. It’s nestled in the Andes Mountains, in the “zona cafeteria” or coffee zone of the country, near the world’s tallest palm trees. Colombia is one of the world’s largest producers of quality coffee and Salento is a perfect base to explore this…

The Pros and Cons of Visiting Bogota, Colombia

By Alex Kallimanis: We recently returned from celebrating our 13 year wedding anniversary in Bogota and the nearby coffee region around Salento. Overall, it was an amazing trip and we highly recommend Colombia. It’s a beautiful country and offers great value. At the same time, if you visit the country independently like we did, there…

7 Romantic Cities to Visit in 2017

Looking for some hot travel ideas for you and your loved one in 2017? The US dollar has steadily remained strong to the euro, British pound, Canadian dollar, Australian dollar and many other international currencies. So if you’ve been saving for a big overseas trip, consider taking it soon. Currencies fluctuate, so it’s only matter…

Brazilian Nostalgia: A Self-Reflective Experience

Today we have a guest post from Cristina Luisa, from Chronicles of a Travel Addict, writing about her time in Brazil. Cristina is from California and has lived in several countries and traveled to 22 countries– mainly in Latin America and Asia. We’re honoured to feature this beautifully written post that she put together for us….