South America : Blogentry
Ben Groundwater They're letting tourists do this? Well, it must be fine. Right?
Travellers' Check It's not muggers and pickpockets travellers need to look out for these days - it's the legal ways you are getting ripped off.
The Backpacker The world's greatest city? Who cares? Bigger isn't always better - here are some the world's best bite-sized destinations...
The Backpacker The cafe staff are all women, all dressed in the same short, tight dresses, all with voluptuous figures.
The Backpacker A place where lucky tourists get mugged and unlucky ones get shot. Or so they say.
The Backpacker Want to get that perfect shot? There are some destinations where you can't go wrong, no matter what your skills ...
The Backpacker You don't expect to top a visit to Machu Picchu in a lifetime, let alone that same day.
The Backpacker But it's hardly my place as a visitor to complain.
The Backpacker On Sunday, I was convinced I was staring death in the face.
The Backpacker I don't usually do this but, stand back people, I'm about to gush.
The Backpacker It wasn't like any party I'd ever been to. So formal! But then ...
The Backpacker Everyone breaks at some point. There's a moment when you're convinced you can't go on.
The Backpacker For years I believed Australians were the world's best barbecuers. But we're not.
The Backpacker Travellers always feel a need to pass on tips and advice. Even if that advice is bad.
The Backpacker Some of the best experiences I've had while travelling would be deemed illegal in Australia. Why do we have so many rules?
The Backpacker There are a couple of inalienable truths about women and of this one I'm sure: they like a guy who can dance.
The Backpacker I don't often revisit places I've already been, even ones I've loved - it can ruin your memories.
The Backpacker Some holiday destinations are good for just that: holidays. But travel can be a lot more than that. If you’re looking for a country that will change your life, then these are the places to start.
The Backpacker Hitchhiking's a dying art, thanks to the deranged few who ruined it for the generous, kind-hearted many.