He’s a nomad who perceives the world with his heart and soul as much as with his senses. He then shares those experiences with people all over the world through his adventure stories, video blogs and
34389 views80 cheers
Ray Gudrups has written 44 briefs for 16 locations in 9 countries🙌(show map)
Filter by Location
Travelled to 28 countries / regions
Cusco has 8 million less population than Peru capital - Lima.
Although it has almost double the number of hostels.
Cusco is a historic capital of the Inca…
It is said that -
Iceland's weather shifts as much as its rough volcanic landscape - you may actually get four seasons in a day
While visiting Peru, most likely you want to have active phone data plan to update your friends and family.
SIM cards in Peru are easy to use…
Back in a day's Sacred Valley was the heart of the Inca civilization and now it’s the tourism epicenter of Peru.
No doubt - Machu Picchu takes most…
Using your home-based network in Mexico can become very expensive. A must do tip for money saving is to switch to a local SIM card.
Q’eswachaka is one of the last remaining of the Incan handwoven bridges across Peru - that once used to be part of the Incan road system.
Most travelers who visit Mexico have an amazing time and don't face any problems.
The best preparation is the knowledge of the possible situations and the risks you…
Right now the world is going through a Mexican food revolution phase —especially, a taco revolution.
All across the world tacos taking over the dinner tables.
While it is not a “must see”, it still is a fairly interesting place and another chapter in Peru’s history.
If you have extra…
Sign up is really quick. Creating an account in 30 seconds and be part of a community of world adventurers!
We will receive your email, name and profile photo. This won't let us post anything to your wall or get any other information
Welcome back! Enter your email and password below to login to your account
We've launched by invitation for now. If you share our mission, we'd love for you to write awesome briefs.
Let us know the countries you've been to! We're building a community of world adventurers rather than occasional vacationers
This brief contains: