REVIEW: 3 Brothers, Little Corn Island

Hospitality: 10/10 3 Brothers is owned by the friendliest Creole local family, Randy Rigby is the head of the family and lives on the premises most of the year. He’s really helpful and went out of his way to make sure we felt at home during our two weeks over Christmas. Room: 9/10 We had a double room with a private bathroom and a little netted in … Continue reading REVIEW: 3 Brothers, Little Corn Island

REVIEW Raices Hotel San Agustín

This was our 1st stop in Colombia so we weren’t sure what to expect with regards to accomodation but we were really happy with the hospitality, cleanliness and price staying at Raices in San Agustín. Continue reading REVIEW Raices Hotel San Agustín

REVIEW: Cloud Forest Chugchilán

After a second full day of hiking this is exactly the kind of place you want to come home to! Lovely owners, hot showers and hotter meals. Perfect for a weary wanderer to rest their bones. Hospitality: 10/10 We were welcomed in off the street and shown to our respective rooms with no booking necessary. The food was lovely and during dinner the owner came over … Continue reading REVIEW: Cloud Forest Chugchilán

REVIEW: Friends Hostel Quito

Quito is a vibrant and beautiful cultural hub with lots to do and experience. There are many hostels to choose from, but if you are looking for a clean and organised place with friendly staff then I’d suggest checking into Friends Hostel in the heart of the old town. Hospitality: 10/10 The staff here seem to be a team of young guys who are all dedicated … Continue reading REVIEW: Friends Hostel Quito

REVIEW: Hostal Galapagos San Cristobal

San Cristobal has the cheapest accomodation options we found in the three islands we visited. Instead of staying in a dive for less money we decided to stick to our budget and live it up a little. Hostal Galapagos is run by a very friendly english speaking Ecuadorian named Bernard and is one of my all time favourite places we have stayed so far on our whole South America trip! Continue reading REVIEW: Hostal Galapagos San Cristobal

REVIEW: Patty’s House Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands is known to be expensive however we found it was possible to find a basic place for $15-$20 each. Or for a little bit extra you can have your own mini apartment at Patty’s House complete with kitchen to cook up your own fresh seafood from the market. Hospitality: 10/10 Patty met us at the door and showed us up to our room. … Continue reading REVIEW: Patty’s House Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands