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9 Things We Discovered in Nicaragua! Should you go?
NicaraguaTravel

9 Things We Discovered in Nicaragua! Should you go?

 1. The Food Personally, I ate more food in Nicaragua than any other country I’ve traveled to before, the reason why? The food is SO CHEAP and GOOD! My favorite meal was at Gigante Bay Hostel! I remember it like it was yesterday! Romain and I ate banana pancakes, three whole sunny side up eggs, fried plantains with cinnamon on top, fried halloumi cheese, Gallo Pinto, slices of avocado and a mixed bowl of ...
Going Through Airport Hell to Reach the Heavenly León Cathedral Rooftop
NicaraguaTravel

Going Through Airport Hell to Reach the Heavenly León Cathedral Rooftop

Hello all, and welcome to my first blog post of the year! Jarelle has given his impression of our first two days reuniting in Nicaragua, and has shared the awesomeness that is volcano boarding, so I won’t go over it again. I want to give you my impression of the start of this memorable Central America trip and tell you more about those first two days in León. Going Through Airport Hell The trip started in ...
Mediterranean Lamb-Stuffed Eggplants recipe
FoodHealth & Wellness

Mediterranean Lamb-Stuffed Eggplants recipe

What you’ll need: 1 eggplant per bro (us healthy bros eat a lot) 200g of lamb mince Half a can of chopped tomatoes 1 onion or 3-4 shallots 2-3 garlic cloves Salt & Peppa, Mixed Herbs A healthy dose of paprika, cumin (if you have any) and some chili flakes Pine nuts, or if you don’t have any: almond and hazelnuts Olive oil straight from the Olive Tree of Peace (shout-out to ...
Soaking Ourselves in the History of Budapest
BudapestTravel

Soaking Ourselves in the History of Budapest

Immediately, after getting off the train in Budapest, I could feel the tension in the air. From Romain that is! At this point in our trip, he is soooo tired of me. He literally can stand to see my shadow at this point. I mean, to my Hugh Jackman, Wolverine mini me LMAO, I could see the claws coming out of his knuckles! And I know why! There’s a reason why I’m still single folks. Like most ...
Rome: The Eternal City
ItalyTravel

Rome: The Eternal City

This is the first of two articles on Rome we are publishing this week on the blog. Planting the seed This scene takes place on March 6, 2014: In true Inception fashion, I spur Jarelle on trying a Gladiator outfit, as we get ready for the record-setting QUT toga party. Looking at his roar of happiness, I know he is ready for what will come. Little did he know that he would get to re-enact this role 3 years ...
Split: Defying Death, a Mighty BBQ, and a Little Girl
CroatiaTravel

Split: Defying Death, a Mighty BBQ, and a Little Girl

Split is Croatia’s second largest city and a great starting point for your Croatia adventure. It has an international airport with low cost airlines flying in and out from the rest of Europe, and multiple organized tours will take you to the top sights, including the Plitvice national park, Krka National Park, and Dalmatian islands. The magic of Split happens in the old town surrounding the big ferry ...
Hvar: What Party? (Adventures of Dabbing Kids, Mama Smoothie and a Heroic Bike Ride)
CroatiaTravel

Hvar: What Party? (Adventures of Dabbing Kids, Mama Smoothie and a Heroic Bike Ride)

After our pleasant stay in Brac, we took a ferry back to Split, to explore the city. After 2 days in Split, we took another ferry to the BEAUTIFUL island of Hvar. Now, Hvar is widely known as "the Ibiza of the Adriatic." Socialites, celebrities, and English uni students come here to party at its expensive beach clubs, and that is Hvar's main reputation. However, just like Ibiza, Hvar has a rich history ...
Brač Island: Phallic Objects, Churches, Mountains, Beaches, and a Whole Lotta Food
CroatiaFoodTravel

Brač Island: Phallic Objects, Churches, Mountains, Beaches, and a Whole Lotta Food

After visiting Krka National Park, we drove south and stopped in the seaside town of Trogir for a short visit. The center of the town has a stunning 16th century church. It was almost closing time, but we climbed up the tower. As we were the only ones, we took the opportunity to shoot a few videos and admire the panoramic views. We followed that up with a walk through old cobblestoned streets, where ...

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