8 landscapes that will convince you to visit Chile

Get inspired to visit Chile Every time I travel and I say I’m from Chile, people just stare at me, totally blank. When I say that it is in South America and they are still confused, I would say “is that very thin and long country between the Pacific ocean and Argentina”. “Ahhh, Argentina! Then you […]

8 things latin travelers hate: stereotypes and misconceptions

The world is full of stereotypes, as we know, and we, latin people are no exception. Here is a list I made about the questions I get most of the time, everywhere I go. Always with humor! 1 | Why do you have fair skin? Latin people doesn’t have a specific race. We are all mixed […]

What to pack when working on a cruise ship

I thought about writing this article every time I had to pack my suitcase before heading to a new contract. Each time, the same dilemma arose: what should I pack? This is not an easy task considering that we need clothes and accessories for six months (or more) in different climates. Since I’d received several […]

I visited a cat cafe in Korea and I didn’t like it

What do travel and cats have in common? That I’m obsessed with both. I love cats since a very young age and I grew up surrounded by Hello Kitty’s toys and accessories. I never had a cat as a pet because my mother hates them, she has some kind of phobia. Once I had a […]

Welcome to the DMZ: “the most dangerous place on earth”

It is impossible for me to start this article without saying that this is the highlight of my Korean exchange summer school program. As a future journalist, my continuing interest in society, politics, and travel have increased my need to see the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) for myself. Some of the students, including myself, were really intrigued […]