Posts Tagged ‘blogsherpa’

Iguazu Falls in Pictures

| by Aracely | 16 Comments » | Argentina, Brazil, Photo Essays, South America


Iguazu Falls is nestled between the Northeast corner of Argentina and Southwest Brazil.  People often say that a picture is worth a thousand words, but no photo or Photo Essay (even one from yours truly) can do this magical place justice. These waterfalls must be experienced. (more…)

7 Things To Do in Berlin for Under 10 Euros

| by Disclosure | 4 Comments » | Europe, Germany

berlin picturesReichstag Building, Berlin by rs-foto, on Flickr

Even on a backpacker’s budget there’s plenty to see and do in Berlin. Here’s our guide to seven great things to do in Berlin for less than €10 Euros, perfect for those travelling on a shoestring. (more…)

Brazil: Rio to the Amazon Rainforest

| by Disclosure | 12 Comments » | Brazil, South America

rainforest travelRainforest reflection by Ivan Mlinaric, on Flickr

The Amazon Rainforest is arguably one of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders. It covers 1.7 billion acres over nine countries, and is home to an extraordinary abundance of life, including hundreds of thousands of different species of animal and plant as well as a number of isolated human tribes too. If you haven’t had the pleasure of visiting this wonderful place before, a trip to Brazil is definitely a great first introduction. (more…)

Scenic World Blue Mountains Australia

| by Meliha | 20 Comments » | Australia, Guest Post

pictures of australiaBlue Mountains – A Panorama by t3rmin4t0r, on Flickr

Many people have heard some of Australia’s most popular destinations — Sydney, Cairns, the Gold Coast, Melbourne, the Great Barrier Reef, Tasmania, and Blue Mountains — to name just a few. Meliha
from Travel Adventures of a Desi Blonde shares her tips for visiting the Blue Mountains of Australia. (more…)

Lost in Laguna de Alegria El Salvador – Video Ep. 13

| by Jason | 15 Comments » | Adventures, Central America, El Salvador, Travel Videos

El Salvador continued to surprise us. Not with the big cities, which we weren’t impressed by, but rather the wonderful towns and villages we encountered. Between the “Food Festivals of Juayúa and the colorful flowers of Alegría, we had come to realize, El Salvador was best explored outside the big cities. In this suspenseful travel video 2 Backpackers test their patience when things go wrong. At one point, we walked with rocks in our hands unsure of our surroundings. Enjoy the show! (more…)

People of Key West Florida

| by Lachlan | 10 Comments » | Florida, Guest Post, North America, United States

Creative writing provided by Lachlan Wittick, an Australian exchange student attending the University of Florida.

Key West

Amazing SunsetsSpectators cry out in admiration as the sun melts into the Atlantic. (more…)