Month: April 2018

Red, blue and green houses on the water in downtown Ubatuba Brazil.

Ubatuba (No Real Tubas Involved)

Country Brazil (Ubatuba) | Dates April 24 – 26 | Accommodation Withheld as I believe hostel owner monitors Internet for mentions On the bus to Ubatuba we drove through the mountains/jungle past beautiful […]

Three tall mirrored buildings and palm trees in downtown São Paulo Brazil.

São Paulo: Graffiti & A Not So Free “Free” Walking Tour

Beco do Batman + City We got up early and visited Beco do Batman, an alley famous for being constantly painted and repainted with graffiti. Located in Pinheiros, it was […]

São Paulo: Our Intro To Brazil

Dates April 22 – April 24 | Accommodation O de Casa Hostel It begins! We arrived at the airport, did the necessary things (customs, bag collection, bathroom, getting money), then boarded the […]

Setting out to backpack to South America.

The Beginning: En Route to South America

Welcome to the first official post of my blog, as our journey begins! Our trip started relatively uneventfully, with only some minor incidents along the way: 6 hours before we […]

Purple tank top, pink jacket, and black sneakers folded on rug.

Packing & Panicking

Usually I put off packing until an hour before my trip, but in this case I started getting stuff out a whopping 20 hours beforehand. Of course, I put off […]

Holding a jar of hazelnut duo cream and bread on a bus.

How Cheap Are We?

When contemplating the tagline for this blog I repeatedly debated, “We might be homeless.” Not literally, of course, but based upon the fact that we travel like hobos from time to […]