Kristine is the owner and main blogger of Wanderlust Designers. Her main goal is to show everyone that you can travel and see the world even when working full time.

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    Chile

    Activities in Torres del Paine for every taste

    There are different activities in Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia for different tastes and levels of physical ability. You can, obviously, do hiking – there are many trails that don’t require overnight stays in a tent or even a high level of endurance. There are even guided glacier hikes available! But there is so much more available!…

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    Reviews

    Blogging Fast Lane review: My honest thoughts on the course

    Since you’re reading a Blogging Fast Lane review, you’re probably wondering if the Blogging Fast Lane accelerator is the right one for you. And I understand you – there is a huge amount of blogging courses out there, so it’s not an easy choice to make. There are many resources bloggers use – social media scheduling, keyword research, and many,…

  • View of guanacos grazing on a grass meadow in national park Torres del Paine in Patagonia
    Chile

    12 most interesting Torres del Paine animals and birds

    Torres del Paine National park in the Chilean Patagonia is one of the most incredible destinations in the world. It offers some of the best hiking trails in the world, full of glaciers, turquoise waters, and towering mountains. But what some people might not realize is that there are some very interesting and even endangered animals in Torres del Paine.…

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    Chile

    Refugios and Campsites in Torres del Paine

    Go to sleep under a star cover. Wake up, crawl out of your tent, and enjoy a thousand years old glacier just hanging off a mountain. Campsites in Torres del Paine offer just that. If you’re an avid hiker, the famous W or O treks in Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia are definitely on your bucket list.…

  • gifts, hearts, and flowers - gifts for moms who travel
    Gift guides

    21 awesome gifts for moms who travel

    Most of us love few people as much as we love our moms. We’d probably all want to surprise them with an elaborate trip where they would be pampered endlessly. Alas, who knows when that will be in the stars again, so let’s have a look at some other gifts for moms who travel, which they’ll definitely appreciate. Fashion-related gifts…

  • A gravel road in Torres del Paine national park in Chilean Patagonia
    Argentina,  Chile

    Renting a car and driving in Patagonia: a complete guide

    Patagonia is a wild and remote place, with quite some distances between the sights, so you need a way to get around down there. We ourselves rented a car, so I’ve put together some information you should now about car rental in Patagonia. Should you take a bus or rent a car in Patagonia? So, first things first. You basically…

  • A herd of gaunaco grazing on the plains in Torres del Paine national park.
    Argentina,  Chile

    Food in Patagonia you absolutely must try

    When thinking of Patagonia, everyone probably imagines otherworldly landscapes, blue waters, maybe glaciers. Noone, I’d say, thinks – mmmm, I must try that incredible food in Patagonia! But nevertheless, in addition to the rugged peaks, there is some very interesting food available as well! We’ve collected some must-try local dishes and Patagonia food tips for you right here. Useful things…

  • sushi, seaweed, chopsticks
    Japan

    Eating in Japan: how to not mess up the experience

    Just like everything else, eating in Japan comes with its very own rules and customs. If you break some of these rules, the Japanese might wince and just roll their eyes at the typical tourist, but some could be called food taboos and breaking them would be deeply offensive. So, it is a good idea to prepare a bit and…