Tinder and Travelling

Going on a Tinder date whilst backpacking is the most stressful thing a human can do. I know they say that it’s actually more stressful to move house, have a baby or change jobs, but I’ve done two of those three things within the last year and I can confirm that they do not compare... Continue Reading →

My Fifth Month in South America

Hello. Did you have a nice Christmas? Happy New Year. What resolutions did you make? Ok, enough of that. Month five, woah! Not too shabby considering I only saved enough to travel for three months (living on bread and eggs really extends the budget, it turns out). When we last spoke I was in Lima... Continue Reading →

My Fourth Month in South America

Monthly blog number four. Am I boring you yet? Is anybody even reading this, or am I just being a massive delusional narcissist? Who cares, I’ve got nothing else to do today, so here goes. My fourth month began in La Paz, Bolivia: a place that I had been excited and nervous in equal parts... Continue Reading →

I Have a Confession to Make…

...my name is Sophie, and I DO NOT LIKE CLIMBING MOUNTAINS. Now, to you folks reading this at home, this might not seem like something that requires a confession. But friends, let me tell you, exclaiming this in South America is like confessing that you still wet yourself as an adult (and that’s only happened... Continue Reading →

My Second Month in South America

When we last spoke, I was on the ferry from Uruguay back to Argentina, so let’s pick up there. After a brief two day stopover in Buenos Aires (did laundry, got drunk on fire-drinks), I headed to Iguazu Falls with my Belgian pal, Mandy. Although I was dreading the 18 hour bus journey, it was... Continue Reading →

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