About Us

H E R E W H E R E W E A R E is a blog dedicated to our travels around the world.

Past adventures have included summer camps and ski hills, ancient cities and island paradise…. this blog starts with our journey around South America but who knows where it could take us!

Karly & Will


11 thoughts on “About Us

  1. sashdesign says:

    I am from Bolivia, and thanks to a friend I stumbled upon this gem! I teared up with the photos and the descriptions of the cities you visited! It just made me proud of my country and happy it can be enjoyed by tourists! I hope many people see this blog and find it an inspiration to travel around the world! Happy traveling!

    • Karly Gniel says:

      Hi There,
      Thank you so much for your kind words, it is so nice to hear from you! Bolivia is an incredible country, rich in tradition with some of the most beautiful landscapes we have ever seen! We loved our time there, I hope you had a chance to see my partner Will’s video that captures the highlights! I still have blogs from our experiences in the jungle to put up so look out for those coming soon!
      Thanks again,
      Karly ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Pipe Zabala says:

    Being from Bolivia and now living in Argentina, I find your videos both nostalgic and inspirational. I love that there is people like you out there, willing to explore the world and share what they’ve seen with everyone.

    I thank you, because you gave me an experience and quite a pleasant feeling and brought back some memories from my own travels around Bolivia.

    If you ever go back there, be sure to visit Toro Toro, which is one of the most beautiful places I’ve been to, I hope some day I can get some money together and make the same trip you guys did.


    • Karly Gniel says:

      Hi Pipe,
      Thanks for your comment, we are glad you are enjoying the videos – we have certainly enjoyed making them! We really loved our time in Bolivia and there is no doubt there is a lot more to see that we unfortunately didn’t get to! Toro Toro looks incredible… we will just have to start saving for another trip!
      All the best! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Christian Froehle says:

    Hey I am from Bolivia too and was wondering to which tribe did you stumble upon in the forrest?? how can I get there? ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Karly Gniel says:

      Hi Chris,
      We went in to the jungle with Mogli Tours, a family run business in Rurrenabaque, Bolivia. Our guide was Faizar who owns the company with his brother Mogli and it was fantastic. They really know and understand the jungle, we loved the whole experience (I am about to put the blog up about it actually)! You can get to Rurrenabaque by bus or fly with Amaszonas airlines. DEFINITELY worth the trip!
      Cheers ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Javier Perez says:

    Thank you guys for your fantastic website. I enjoyed your South American journey, specially the visit to Peru, my country. I wish every tourist has a ‘peruvian sister/brother’ to show the marvelous thing we have. The food, the people, our culture! I’m so happy you had a special time in Peru. Hope you come back soon!

    • Karly Gniel says:

      Hi Javier,
      Thanks so much for your comment, we are glad you have enjoyed our journey and only wish we had been able to spend more time in Peru as there was much more we wanted to see! It was fantastic knowing someone locally as sometimes it can be hard to know where to go or what to eat without their help! We definitely want to come back – I need more ceviche!!!! Haha
      Cheers! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. mpinelz says:

    The pictures are amazing and your journey seems incredible. I’m from Panamรก and i’m really interested in taking a trip thru Chile and Argentina, and doing the whole bariloche-Chalten-Calafate-Ushuaia, do you have any pointers for that part of the travel? maybe a budget I could prepare myself for?

    Any help would be great!

    • Karly Gniel says:

      Hi There,
      Sorry for the delay in responding! Yes our journey was truly incredible – I wish we will still traveling but I do have more blog posts to put up so at least I can relive our experiences! I can highly recommend a trip through Chile and Argentina and all of the places you have mentioned are absolutely fantastic (although we did not get as far down as Ushuaia). If you are happy to stay in hostel accommodation I would budget $20-25US per night to be safe. I would highly recommend including Torres del Paine National Park in Chile – it is spectacular. One of the biggest costs you will actually incur is transportation and the time between each destination with the bus from El Calafate to Bariloche for example around $200-250US dollars and taking 28 hours. If you can plan ahead I believe flights can work out as cheap and obviously if you are limited on time they are a better option. Budget for tours between $50-100US (you would be crazy to miss Perito Moreno Glacier) and also entrance fees to National Parks as well. If there is any more specific advice I can give you please feel free to ask!

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