5 Fun Things To Do in Phu Quoc, Vietnam on a budget by JetSettingFools.com

5 Fun Things To Do in Phu Quoc, Vietnam…On a Budget

Relatively speaking, Vietnam is an affordable country for most tourists. With inexpensive accommodations, cheap street food and low-priced tours visitors can experience an enjoyable vacation on a budget. To the joy of budget travelers, the cost of visiting the island of Phu Quoc is not completely inflated (or, at least it doesn’t have to be!).… Read the rest


8 Things To Do in Dalat, Vietnam by JetSettingFools.com

8 Things To Do in Dalat, Vietnam: DIY Sightseeing Tour Da Lat

When we decided to travel to Dalat, Vietnam as part of our journey through the country, we did it based on a single reason: the promise of cool, mountain weather. We didn’t care about the things to do in Dalat – not the city sights or Dalat waterfalls or tours or food – we just wanted to escape the heat.… Read the rest


The Best Things To Do in Johor Bahru, Malaysia by JetSettingFools.com

Discover the Best Things To Do in Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Situated along the Malaysia-Singapore border, Johor Bahru boasts a handful of sights, a flavorful gastronomic scene and enormous shopping malls. Although not originally a destination on our itinerary, we were lured to Johor Bahru, Malaysia by the affordable luxury accommodations and proximity to Singapore.… Read the rest


Budget Santiago Food: Fuente Alemana Lomito and Zunino Chilean Empanadas by JetSettingFools.com

Budget Santiago Food: Fuente Alemana Lomito and Zunino Chilean Empanadas

Chile is a diverse country…and Chilean cuisine is equally varied. Heavily favored to the region’s natural resources, traditional Chilean food carries the influence of the nation’s European immigrants. The Chile food culture differs from north to south, but in the sprawling capital city of Santiago, visitors can sample the most popular foods in Chile.… Read the rest


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4 Markets in Santiago, Chile

The markets in Santiago, Chile are part of the vibrant culture of the city. For centuries, the city’s locals have shopped and dined in the warehouse-sized mercados. Shopping at Santiago, Chile markets allows a glimpse at the city’s traditions and regional fare.… Read the rest


Easter Island Tours The Best Way to Tour Isla de Pascua by JetSettingFools.com

Easter Island Tours: The Best Way to Tour Isla de Pascua

Isolated and full of mystery, Easter Island is one of the most fascinating places on Earth. The remote Pacific Ocean island – Isla de Pascua in Spanish but called Rapa Nui by locals – is dotted with volcanoes and is strewn with Moai, the island’s iconic ancient stone statues.… Read the rest


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Hike Easter Island: Ahu Tahai, Ana Kai Tangata, Rano Kau and Orongo

Shrouded in mystery and one of the most isolated places on earth, Easter Island boasts a fascinating history and stunningly scenic landscapes. Hiking in Easter Island along the southwestern coastline cliffs takes trekkers to some of the most historic Rapa Nui sights.… Read the rest


Cervecerias Artesanales in Bariloche, Argentina by JetSettingFools.com

Bariloche Craft Beer: Cervecerias Artesanales in Bariloche, Argentina

Not only is Bariloche, Argentina saturated in exquisite natural beauty, it also boasts a hefty number of local breweries. Most of the Bariloche craft beer, called cerveza artesanal, is produced on a small scale using fresh, natural and local ingredients – most importantly the crystal-clear mountain water.… Read the rest


Cerro Campanario Views and Trekking Bariloche, Argentina by JetSettingFools.com

Cerro Campanario: Trekking Bariloche, Argentina

Cerro Campanario, one of the many hills that dot the scenic landscape surrounding San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina, sits at an elevation of 1,049 meters (3445 ft.) The Campanario Hill, while not the tallest in the region, boasts a stunning 360-degree viewpoint offering vistas of deep, cobalt-blue lakes and stark, snow-capped mountaintops.… Read the rest