Because we’d heard Montenegro was a not-to-miss destination, we hopped on the bus from Dubrovnik, Croatia to Kotor, Montenegro to begin the next leg of our adventure. We had set up a rental car, but after talking to our hostel in Dubrovnik (Villa Divine) we decided to forego the EUR$1600 rental car pick up and instead take the 10:30am bus to Kotor, where we could rent a car there for EUR$40 per day to later drive to Budva. (Taking a […]Continue Reading →
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A few days after getting back from Punta del Diablo, I turned around and headed south to spend Christmas week in Patagonia’s Lake District. I definitely was excited for both trips, but I didn’t really know what to expect, especially regarding transportation logistics. I had my fingers crossed tickets, buses, connections and ferries would work out. I felt more uncertain than I usually do when traveling because when researching for both vacations, I had some difficulty finding helpful (English-language) planning […]Continue Reading →
There’s nothing more exciting than setting out in a new city: the local rhythm, foreign menus, new friends and a network of trains and buses. The first walks and subway rides, however, inevitably bring on a feeling of being lost and hopeless. To help you develop that rewarding sense of direction that makes you feel at home anywhere, we’ve compiled a list of some handy tricks we’ve learned in the past couple of years in Barcelona, Buenos Aires […]Continue Reading →