Top Things To Do in Bariloche, Argentina

  • Jan 18, 2019

The Argentinian Lakes region or Los Lagos is a beautiful area of rolling mountains and lush, green valleys,  punctuated by deep blue, frigid lakes. It’s synonymous with the outdoors – and apparently Argentina’s chocolate capital. There are so many things to do in Bariloche (as known as San Carlos de Bariloche) that could keep you…

Quick & Easy ‘Baked’ Potato Recipe

· The perfect lunch or dinner ·

  • Jan 9, 2019

A jacket potato, or, a whole cooked potato is versatile, easy and filling.  Traditionally, it’s roasted in the oven for close to an hour, which is far too long for anyone to wait for any one thing to cook, but here is my hack that will have you eating in just over 10 minutes. Yep,…

Travelling Fit | How to combine travel and fitness

· Why you don't have to give up your fitness routine to stay fit while leaving your gym for good. ·

  • Jan 7, 2019

Most of you already know that Roam and Thrive is all about travelling the world with health and fitness in mind. I travel around the world (almost) full time, eat well and exercise daily. I don’t believe in the need to renounce your fitness routine or change your lifestyle just because you decided to commit…

5 actionable resolutions for 2019

· Who will you be in 2019? ·

  • Jan 2, 2019

The new year is here and it’s a time where we look back at the last year, at our successes and failures and look to the future and how to make the next year the best one yet. January is a great time to think about your goals for the next year, both big and small…

What To Do In Santiago, Chile In 36 Hours.

· What to do in Santiago, Chile | Your guide to a memorable 36 hours in Santiago ·

  • Dec 28, 2018

Santiago is Chile’s biggest and most bustling city and you’ll most probably arrive here at some point while in Chile. Most people stay just a night before continuing onto the Atacama Desert or Patagonia but Santiago deserves a little more time. Whilst it’s not London or New York in terms of its sights, eating options…

Christmas: Is it ok not to care?

  • Dec 22, 2018

“Christmas is a baby shower that went totally overboard.” – Andy Borowitz Christmas is always portrayed to be a big deal. We see Christmas paraphernalia start to creep onto store shelves as early as September, streets and malls get decorated with lights and ornaments and the Christmas markets go up. Traditions tell us what to…

Hangovers: Getting over the night before

· The best way to deal with a hangover ·

  • Dec 20, 2018

It happens to the best of us. Hangovers can hit hard. I’m pretty sure everyone who has been travelling has gotten drunk at some point and faced the nauseating repercussions the next day. You need a hangover cure and quick! Keep reading… When not travelling, I personally don’t drink every day or even every week and…

Long Bus Trip Essentials

· My top tips for tackling long bus trips like a pro. ·

  • Dec 19, 2018

Long bus trips can be a blessing or a curse. They can be smooth or bumpy, noisy or peaceful. You may witness some breath taking scenery or just the pure black of night.  I’ve done many long/overnight bus trips some of which have been incredibly productive and beautiful while others have been pure misery. It’s important…