Our Asian trip came to the end and both Stingy Nomads are currently at homes; Campbell in Cape Town and Alya in St.Petersburg. After traveling around the world we decided it’s time to explore our own countries. So we are going… Read the rest
Visa regulations change in Indonesia almost every year and often confuse travelers even if it’s not their first time in the country. In this article you can find an updated information on Indonesian visa for October 2016.
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How to fly with a one way ticket
Sometimes to enter a country even if you don’t need a visa you can be asked to show your exit ticket to confirm that you’ll leave it in time without overstaying. Many travelers don’t have fixed plans, booked… Read the rest
Medellin is one of the most innovative cities of South America; in the last years it has changed and improved a lot. For me it was a very inspiring and optimistic place. You can see here how local authorities and citizens working together in a short… Read the rest
Kanchanaburi is a nice weekend getaway from Bangkok if you are tired of big city life and want to chill out a bit in a quite place Kanchanaburi is a good option for you.
Small, compare to Bangkok, 150 km from the capital Kanchanaburi is a quite popular… Read the rest
After five amazing days in Santiago with our Chilean friends Nikole and Hernan we made up our minds and decided to keep going South towards Torres del Paine with several stops on the way. Our next stop was a small surf place Pichilemu. Nevertheless… Read the rest
Amritsar for me is one of the brightest memories of our Indian trip. The reason is a combination of different aspects; first of all if you are a traveller in Amritsar you can basically live for free, which is always great for backpackers’… Read the rest
The hike to Tajumulco was the first of many multi day hikes we did in Latin America. It was a short hike, only two days and was the start of our year long hiking adventure in the region. The hike is moderate difficult and short just take it easy, don’t… Read the rest
What can be worse for a backpacker than to lose his backpack?! And even worse, to lose it in the middle of nowhere, in Southern Patagonia, a place where you want to have all your warmest clothes with you. In my years of travelling I tried never even… Read the rest