Wining And Dining And Repeating — Father And Son In Argentina

You may think now is the time to go to Argentina. I, on the other hand, have been making Argentina a playground of mine long before an anarchocapitalist got elected president. Not only am I invested in having a great time in Argentina, I’m invested in promoting statelessness — so much so that I have…

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Beautiful Beaches And The Biggest Of Falls — Father And Son In Brazil Part 3

Are you ready to get drenched? On this leg of my father-son trip in Latin America, we will encounter falls in more ways than one. And there will be water involved, as well as beautiful coastal scenery. Buckle up, we’re going for a drive! After enjoying an incredible cruise down the Amazon River with my…

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Amazon River Cruising — Father And Son In Brazil Part 2

After a few beautiful and busy days with my dad in Rio de Janeiro, we were ready to embark on the adventure of a lifetime (his lifetime, specifically 😅). While I’ve already traveled all around the world, my father had barely stepped foot outside of Europe before I lured him out to visit Latin America…

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Reunited In Rio — Father And Son In Brazil Part 1

I’ve traveled the world far and wide, but one dream I hadn’t accomplished until this year was to visit Brazil with my dad. He had hardly ever traveled outside of Europe, except for a few trips to the U.S.A. in the 1980s and the one time he joined me for a trip to Dubai. He…

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From The Arctic To The Antarctic — South Pole Trek Part 1

We’ve already established that I’ve traveled to every recognized country in the world, with my final one being the rarely visited nation Turkmenistan. You might be wondering what is left for me to do. Well, I still have lots of territories to check off. But perpetual travel is not merely about counting countries and, for…

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Keep Calm and Celebrate Life in Colombia!

Cartagena de Indias (or simply Cartagena) is a nice fishing village on Colombia’s Caribbean coast with a strong colonial architecture. It’s famous to be one of the safest places in the country and – due to its location – it’s a popular and strategic port for ships. This is the place where I chose to…

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Galápagos: the Charles Darwin’s Living Laboratory

This post is about one of the most unique places on earth: the Galápagos Islands. They compose a volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean and are extremely rich in wildlife diversity. The 19 islands are considered to be a province from Ecuador and are currently under the country’s administration. Galápagos is around 9000km far from…

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Experiencing the endless diversity of Argentina

Hello everyone! On this sunny summer day, I would like to tell you a little bit about my second trip to Argentina. Check out my blog to learn more about my first trip there. Back in 2018, I visited the region of Patagonia, El Calafate, Bariloche as well as Torres del Paine in Chile. My…

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Enjoying the Scenery of Patagonia

In the last few years, I made two trips to Argentina. The first one was right after my Antarctica experience which you can read about here. It was a pretty cool two-week cruise in March 2018 after which I went back to Ushuaia (the city on Argentina) and had a flight to El Calafate, a…

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Closed World Flag Theory: My Great Corona Escape To Mexico

You’ve already heard all about me getting evacuated from a country simultaneously dealing with civil war and Covid-1984. And the title of this post tells you I escaped to Mexico. So the question remains: How did I get from a Yemeni island next to Somalia to lounging on the playa with corona? You’re about to join me…

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What Could Have Been: Why I Would Have Gladly Quarantined in Fernando de Noronha

Today, I want to talk about a destination I really enjoyed exploring a few years back, and where I was initially planning on spending my quarantine. As you probably already know, I am currently riding out the Corona crazy in Mexico, and it’s been pretty delightful so far. They have a very relaxed attitude towards…

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First Time on Horseback and not Dying on the Road of Death in Bolivia

Let’s go back to the most adventurous moments of my time in Bolivia: Horseback riding through the altiplanos in Tupiza and Mountain Biking through the Road of Death. This story is set in 2014 during my first South American trip, in a town called Tupiza in Bolivia, close to the border with Argentina. Famous for…

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My First Time in South America and Exploring a Tropical Jungle

I'll leave you with this last sunset photo from my first time in the jungle

Let’s go back to my first time traveling through South America… It was back in February and March of 2014. Let’s start by establishing that my travel experience at the time was quite limited, and this would be my first time, ever, in such environments. It was sure to be an experience I would never…

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Missed my Flight and Got Lost in a Pitch-Dark Silver Mine: My First Ever Trip to Bolivia

Six years ago, in February 2014, I was on my first South American trip. Having traveled around for already three weeks, I finally headed to Bolivia. My route ran from Arequipa, a city in Peru, to El Alto airport 13 km west of La Paz, a city in Bolivia. El Alto airport is the highest…

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Surviving Venezuela In Style, Then Narrowly Getting Out

I picked an interesting time to visit Venezuela. The opposition leader had recently declared himself president, and the world was split over whether he or socialist leader Nicolas Maduro was in charge of the country. Meanwhile, media reports were saying there were food shortages, and people were waiting in long lines to get food, as…

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Going To The Galapagos — A Perpetual Traveler’s Dream Trip

Have you ever dreamt of traveling to the Galapagos Islands? I have.  It wasn’t enough for me to just dream of walking and snorkeling among exotic creatures of every sort in the volcanic equatorial islands that Charles Darwin visited on the HMS Beagle. I had to be there.  I don’t just travel to check boxes.…

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My Transatlantic Voyage Aboard The Nomad Cruise

I have been a perpetual traveler for over 4 years now. This year I spent more than 1 out of every 20 days at sea (Antarctica, Pitcairn & Nomad Cruise). I have long been destined to set sail with fellow world travelers on a ship specifically for nomads. Yet destiny was not manifesting. A few…

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Workationing During Carnival In Rio de Janeiro

This was not your average workation. You may have already been introduced to the concept of workation from my time spent getting to know babes and babushkas and working at the beach while in Odessa, Ukraine. The concept is simple: work + vacation = workation. For that matter, my life is pretty much a never-ending…

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Going Anarchist In A Mexican Danger Zone

Acapulco Anarchapulco

It is a level 4 danger zone. “Armed groups operate independently of the government in many areas of Guerrero. Members of these groups frequently maintain roadblocks and may use violence towards travelers,” the U.S. State Department says. The U.S. government instructs its citizens not to visit the Mexican state of Guerrero, the location of the…

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Getting The Drug Criminal Treatment On The Way To Peru

Mancora Beach

I’m not necessarily against drug use. I am a libertarian, and I believe people should be able to do what they want with their bodies. But, I didn’t have any drugs on me, nor did anyone else on my bus, including the one hippy-looking guy. That didn’t stop the Ecuadorian police from stopping us over…

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