Rantepao: A Day at the Market Sulawesi, Indonesia

Rantepao’s big market takes place every six days. Vegetables, fruit, fish, livestock, baskets, knives, clothes, coffee, you name it. Here you can find almost everything you need (or don’t need). As a tourist, you’re usually offered fresh fish – and not only here but in other places as well, actually this happens at almost every…

Honduras & El Salvador: Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover Lago Yojoa, San Pedro Sula (Honduras), and Santa Ana (El Salvador)

How can there be so much violence in a country where people are so nice and friendly? I asked myself this question many times in both Honduras and El Salvador. Both countries have a very bad reputation because of their high crime and murder rates and therefore a huge image problem. Are these really the…

Argentina: On Barbecue, Buses, and Borders Traveling in Argentina

On Barbecue While traveling through Argentina, we met a lot of amazing people and visited fantastic places. There were also some curious and interesting things about Argentina we’d like to share with you: Due to an apparent shortage in coins and two peso notes, everything can work as a substitute for small amounts of money up to…

Salta la Linda Argentina

Salta is not only miles away but also worlds apart from Patagonia. It’s a lively, bustling city surrounded by green hills, it has beautiful old buildings (though not all of them in good condition), impressive churches and a big central plaza where cultural events such as music and traditional dance take place. . A Lively…