City Guides

Pedasi, Panama Travel Guide

A small, coastal town in the Los Santos province of Panama. Despite its small size, Pedasi nevertheless has a visible community of expats from all over the world.

Las Tablas, Panama Travel Guide

Located 4 hours from Panama City in the Los Santos province of Panama, Las Tablas is a charming small town known for its yearly Carnival celebration.

Hermosillo, Mexico Women and Dating Guide

Here’s your Hermosillo, Mexico city guide!

A reader who spent a considerable amount of time here was kind enough to submit a breakdown.

So, without further ado, your guide to the capital of Sonora!

***This is a guest post by Don Tim…

Cusco, Peru Women and Dating Guide

Located high up in the Andes Mountains of southeastern Peru. A very important destination for commodity travellers who want to take pictures with indigenous children and pose in front of Manchu Picchu, which is only a day trip away…but jokes aside, Cusco is a charming town that, despite the hoards of tourists, has managed to maintain a sense of identity and authenticity.

Lima, Peru Women and Dating Guide

Peru’s capital and largest city. Quite an ugly and sprawling metropolis by objective standards, but it does offer some of the continent’s most amazing food, and some pretty decent nightlife.

Taxco, Mexico Travel Guide

A hillside town in the Mexican State of Guerrero. It’s known for the mining and craftsmanship of silver — many folks travel here to buy jewellery and other items made from the precious metal. As mines no longer remained productive, mining gave way to tourism as the main economic activity. Like Tepoztlán, Taxco is a popular weekend getaway for folks living in Mexico City.

Huancayo, Peru Travel Guide

A midsized city and the capital of the Junin Department in Peru’s central highlands. Huancayo doesn’t see many tourists compared to other Peruvian cities, such as Lima, Mancora, or Cusco. But is it a “hidden gem?” Let’s find out!

Cordoba, Argentina Women and Dating Guide

Cordoba is Argentina’s second-largest city, and is located in the geographic centre of the country. It is known for its historical monuments, colonial architecture and numerous universities. Along with Buenos Aires and Rosario, Cordoba is known to have some of Argentina’s most beautiful women.