Iguaçu Falls – The Brazilian Side

Crossing over to the Brazilian side was both easier and harder than we expected. We found a bus that was heading to Foz do Iguaçu which is the city closes to the Brazilian side of the Iguazu Falls. This was no problem at all and we booked our ticket and got on the bus. The thing was that when we started approaching the border the bus just drove straight through and continued into Brazil without stopping! We were as of then illegal immigrants! We... Read More

Puerto Iguazu and Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls was along with Angkor Wat and Taj Mahal one of the sights that we had decided on in advance to make sure that we ended up getting to see them. Iguazu Falls is the second largest waterfall in the world after Victoria Falls in Southern Africa, but due to a more dispersed location of the falls it is possible to get a more immersible experience of the gigantic waterfalls compared to the large curtain of water that is Victoria Falls. As the... Read More

Fiji – the perfect place for total relaxation!

We were supposed to have seven days on Fiji, but ended up with only six after spending an extra day in Sydney due to tecnical problems with the Pacific Air’s airplane. We didn’t mind it that much since we got to stay at a nice hotel and got both a dinner and breakfast voucher. Free stuff is always good for a backpacker! When we finally arrived in Nadi, the Fijian airport, we didn’t know what to expect. Read More  Read More

Redang Island – What the almighty spaghetti monster created for himself

Hiza decided to join us for a roadtrip up to Redang by slumming it a bit and taking the bus, backpacker style. Way to go Hiza! For those of you who haven’t heard of Redang it’s an island on the north eastern side of Malaysia. It’s reknown for luxurious and expensive resorts, but as we had forced Hiza in on a budget she had found an excellent budget option in Wisana. The view from our chalet We took an overnight bus from Kuala Lumpur,... Read More