San Luis Potosi has enough plazas to fill a day – you will quickly find that where one plaza ends, another plaza is just around the corner…
It is amazing the lengths people will go to in order to reach Real de Catorce. Any visitor needs to invest at least three days to visit the reinvigorated ghost town. Is it worth it? Yes!
Uruapan is known for it’s impressive urban jungle (Barranca del Cupatitzio National Park) & for being the avocado capital of the world.
Like many Mexican cities, you don’t head to Cuernavaca for Cuernavaca, but rather to explore the hidden treasures that surround the city.
Like its fruit namesake, Jakarta is a shock at first sight & smell – a spiky & stinking megacity of overpopulation & urban sprawl!
Dili is arguably the most expensive capital of the poorest country in South-East Asia – but visiting this charming seaside city doesn’t have to break the bank.
Located in the central highlands, Bajawa is a pleasant hilltop town with easy to reach villages & natural attractions in the surrounding area.
Backpackers spend a considerable amount of time and/or money getting to Labuan Bajo to see the Komodo dragon and enjoy world-class diving.
Nestled on the slopes of Bali’s central mountains, Ubud is a world away from the party scene of Kuta.
Kuta is famous, or infamous, depending on your expectations when visiting. Knowing the pros and cons will help you decide whether or not to visit.