Guest Blog: Tips for better food photography by 20YearsHence


This week’s guest post is by 20 Years Hence who are Tony and Steph. Tony Kuehn is an American photographer who swapped blustery winters in Minnesota for sweltering summers in Tennessee when he moved south for college and found himself unexpectedly charmed. … Read all about it!

Menu del Dia in Medellin. Big on flavour, small on cost.


As a backpacker with an an appetite for decent tucker, I’m always on the lookout for food or meals that will satisfy any hunger and at a price where you don’t have to think twice when you’re budget conscious. When … Read all about it!

The budget breakdown for Central America.


Some readers have have asked me how I’ve been tracking with the travel budget, so here is a semi detailed summary of how I’m going so far. For those who know me, I am a sucker for a analytics and … Read all about it!

Guatemala – Not the dangerous place that everybody tells you about.


I’ve just left Guatemala and it’s nothing like the dangerous country that most people make it out to be. When I was doing my research on all things Guatemala, all I came across was how dangerous the country was, especially … Read all about it!

Getting the local experience and making new friends in Playa del Carmen

Playa del carmen

Mention Playa del Carmen and instantly you think of  tourists frolicking around in all inclusive resorts or getting wasted at Coco Bongo. However, my experience was quite the opposite as I was fortunate to become good friends with Sarah and … Read all about it!