After three months of traveling through South America, we thought it would be fun to recap the best and the worst of our experiences. On a night bus in Ecuador, our conductor claimed our tickets were for the wrong day. Regardless of already having paid, he insisted we pay again despite it being the company's fault for writing the wrong date. We argued for a few minutes, but it was 3 a.
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Many companies have gone down the line of trying to offer every option to clients, be they good or bad, and letting the client decide as to which they like. Our approach is very much a mix of the two styles. Many clients come to us having done plenty of research for themselves and so have a good ideaa of the length and logistics of an itinerary and are just looking for hotel recommendations. Others have absolutely no idea and so put themselves totally in our hands. Either of these approaches works well and, having stayed in all of the hotels that we recommend, and having worked out the logistics of travalling in such a vast country, we are ideally placed to help with the decision making process from start to finish.
When I graduated university back in , there was only one thing I wanted to do, and that was see the world! Since then and as of writing this in we have visited more than 3 dozen countries all around the globe. It seemed like a great place to start, seeing as the continent was so large and diverse that we knew it would be a world away form what we had experienced living in the UK. From hot and humid rainforests in the north of Brazil right down to frozen glaciers in southern Argentina, the continent had everything to offer.
Central America is an amazing part of the world to travel. Many parts of Central America are very cheap to travel in, too. In Asia, you can go pretty much anywhere and be guaranteed a great time. In Central America, it can be a bit more hit and miss.