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Sara Frost
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A kiwi in London with a passion for travel, adventure, photography and wine. Travel blogger who is always planning the next adventure.
A kiwi in London with a passion for travel, adventure, photography and wine. Travel blogger who is always planning the next adventure.

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After two blissful weeks on the island paradise Providence we flew down to Bogota. Like most people I’d heard a few horror stories about safety in Bogota but it wasn’t all bad and I did enjoy the city of Bogota but likewise I was happy to get out of there…
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Isla de Providencia or Old Providence as the locals refer to it is a tiny wee island in the Caribbean Sea between Jamaica and Costa Rica, it’s closest land is Nicuaguara but somehow along the way Colombia has managed to maintain it. Providence is an old…
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After spending 4 months travelling around Chile, Argentina, Bolivia and Peru in very cold temperatures I was ecstatic to finally arrive on the Caribbean coast in Colombia. When the humidity hits you as soon as you exit the plane and you feel the heat and…
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Cartagena in Colombia is easily one of the most colourful places I’ve ever visited. Set on the Caribbean coast it is an Afro-Caribbean colonial town set on the northern coast of Colombia. Getting there As I was coming from Santa Marta further north in…
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I feel completely and utterly head over heels in love with Lima. After hearing so many negative things about this city I was really not expecting much but this city delivered and I think it was there and then that I decided I am 100% a city girl. There…
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Huacachina was a place that I had seen in many photos but never really knew where it was. A tiny oasis in the middle of a sprawling desert in Peru it turns out and a great little stop off point in between Cusco and Lima. On the way from Cusco with Peru…
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When we arrived in Peru the chat amongst the travellers was always ‘How are you getting to Machu Picchu?’ and to be honest by the time I actually arrived in Cusco where you pick up tours to get there I was already over it. Easily the most visited site in…
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Back in the 90’s I used to play this game at primary school called ‘The Amazon Trail’, the game entailed getting into the Amazon Jungle via canoe, catching fish, clicking on various animals, learning facts about them and various other challenges. Ever…
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I’ve made no secret of the fact that I didn’t love Cusco in Peru. For such a talked about city in South America, for me it just didn’t deliver and actually I’ll say there was probably more I didn’t like about it than I did. But I’m all about the…
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One of the great things about travelling around South America is people are either travelling from North to South or vice versa so you can pick up tips from people along the way about the good and the bad. Pretty much everything we heard about Puno in…
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