Luck of the Irish… in South America

PSA: I'm back in America now, and I am still single.  Not entirely sure how I spent four months in South America and didn't snag myself a Latin Lover.  I'm sorry, readers, I feel like I've failed you. But on the other hand, I would have failed you more if I did have a BF … Continue reading Luck of the Irish… in South America

Solo Quiero Llamas

In case you haven't noticed (or maybe you got bored and unfollowed me on Instagram - rude), I created my own #30daychallenge.  Nope, this doesn't include cutting out alcohol or working out for 30 days in a row (no gracias to both of those challenges).  I only care about how many pictures I can take … Continue reading Solo Quiero Llamas

South American Hekkers

(minus Jack and Family Jules... lo siento parents) Other than spending my time taking llama selfies, I've had an amazing time in Cusco, starting the month off with Brian and Peanut in South America!  After my weekend at the Salt Flats, I left Bolivia and headed back to Lima to meet the fam and to … Continue reading South American Hekkers

Chekk Out the Cusqueñas

If I get a text back from the guy I went on a date with last night, than he might actually be the juan. It's currently 2:45 and I'm taking my lunch break at work to write this and am anxiously waiting for that text... will I get it? Probably not. And here's why: I … Continue reading Chekk Out the Cusqueñas

South American Dry Season

Two weeks left in South America. Where is the juan? He better be posted up at some hostel bar in the next few days if I have any hope of finding my Latin Lover before I leave this continent. I've had the most amazing three and a half months in South America, but I gotta … Continue reading South American Dry Season

Bolivia-living

Was really interesting. And unexpected. And broken. Bolivia is one of the poorest countries in South America, without a lot of infrastructure or tourists. Before spending last month in La Paz, I didn't know what to expect, as I had only seen the picture of the city on the Remote Year website. I didn't do … Continue reading Bolivia-living