Voice messaging on WhatsApp as you're walking down the street, all girls wearing the generic high platform boots, having dinner at 11pm, coming home at 6am after… Read more "Don’t Cry For Me Argentina"
As the birthplace of Malbec wine in it's Uco Valley, the city of Mendoza lies in Argentina's Cuyo Region, 1050km from the capital Buenos Aires. The area of Greater Mendoza… Read more "Mendoza: Argentina’s Renown Wine Region"
Buenos Aires. The birthplace of tango. Home to 48 districts; the city that never sleeps. From newly built skyscrapers and brightly coloured street art to historically significant architecture, from… Read more "Argentine Weekend Escapes: San Antonio de Areco"
Home. Comfort. Passion. These are just three of the many words which come to mind as you step foot into this cosy vegetarian restaurant. As all veggie spots,… Read more "Restaurant Review: Cúrcuma"
Like the majority of South America, Brazilians too are known for their carnivorous lifestyle with the main gastronomical attractions including meat throughout the mainland and seafood around the coastal areas. Ingredients… Read more "Vegan Travels: Brazilian Delicacies"
So after an unexpected but very needed trip back home to my family in Istanbul, I woke up one morning and decided to book my ticket back… Read more "Back to Brazil"
Located inside a protected ecological reserve and only a 15 minute walk away from the main port and centre of the island, Morro de São Paulo,… Read more "Hostel Review: Universo Pol Bamboo: Morro de São Paulo"
Firstly Feliz Ano Novo to you all! I've been a bit quiet lately as you have probably noticed, but that's only because my travels have taken over. I'm… Read more "Starting Janeiro 2017 in Rio"
Located in the hub of Plaza Armenia, VITA provides it's customers with a wide range of organic and wholegrain vegan dishes to tingle each and every tastebud. From granola to… Read more "Restaurant Review: VITA"
On Friday 16th September we lost a friend, a house mate, a little brother. I say 'little' because he was the baby of our house even though… Read more "A tribute to Youss"