We continue with our series of “Travel Interviews”. This time we present: “Chapter II – Anna La Tana – How to travel and work?”. In this interview Anna tells us what is the best and worst thing about being a traveler and how she makes a living while traveling.¿Querés seguir leyendo?
It was something like 10:00 in the morning. We had just had breakfast: green tea and wholemeal bread toasts with orange jam and cheese. It was cold in the dining room and Abi was preparing breakfast for a couple who stayed in the house, so we decided to go upstairs¿Querés seguir leyendo?
Inaugurating our new section “Travel Interviews”, today we present: “Chapter I – A Traveler’s Mom – Bety Loló Schulz”. In a ping-pong of questions and answers, Bety shares her sorrows and joys of being the mother of a traveler. The interview was made in December 2016, in Kuala Tahan –¿Querés seguir leyendo?
We continue our home-made video series. This time to celebrate 60 weeks (1 year, 1 month and 26 days) on the road. Our trip started there in February 2016 and so far we have been to Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Argentina, Australia, Thailand, Malaysia, Spain and Ireland. The material of the¿Querés seguir leyendo?
[Only available in spanish… by now]. We started the trip to the Southeast Asia with an ambitious plan: as a first step we aimed to cover northern Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam and maybe Myanmar. The second part would cover the beaches of southern Thailand, Malaysia (peninsular and Borneo) and Indonesia (?). All¿Querés seguir leyendo?
We got up at the hour we decided to get up, like almost every day. It is one of the pleasures of the trip that only understands who once worked in unhealthy hours, like 8 am or something like that. We had breakfast, got up to date with social networks¿Querés seguir leyendo?
Here’s our selection of photos in our first approach to Southeast Asia: Thailand. After 6 beautiful months in Australia, we flew to Bangkok, with stopover in Singapore. In Thailand we spent a month and a half between November and December 2016 and our route included 2 parts: North: The capital¿Querés seguir leyendo?
The Foundation for Advice and Action in Defense of Animals (FAADA) gave Mates Viajeros the seal of “responsible blogger” for “helping to promote responsible tourism with animals and raise awareness for travelers around the world” – http://turismo-responsable.com/post-919-mates-viajeros Bravo and thanks! Now… what is it to be a “Responsible Blogger”? What¿Querés seguir leyendo?
After a while we can proudly say that Mates Viajeros has its first video with its own content. This inaugural video shows our trip to Australia in 2016 and combines some of our passions: photography, music, graphic design, etc. etc. Why did it take us so long to publish the video? First,¿Querés seguir leyendo?