I didn’t have too many things on the to see/do list besides from what others had recommended: Eat steak, drink wine, eat steak, drink wine and repeat. Despite being quite the lazy planner by now and not having an extensive list … Read all about it!
I hadn’t planned on going to Iguazu Falls. I’m just not a waterfall kind of guy. I can for a brief moment appreciate their beauty however, I can’t sit there for hours on end and enjoy them like some people. … Read all about it!
I had planned on timing my visit here to San Pedro in Atacama, Chile with the new moon. “Why” you ask? The Atacama desert is known as the driest place on earth. In fact, not even bacteria can survive in … Read all about it!
If you’ve followed the blog for a while now, you’ve probably seen that the common theme in some of my photos are of sunsets. I’ve enjoyed many of them whilst equally enjoying many beers at the same time trying to … Read all about it!
A visit to Peru is not a trip without seeing Lake Titicaca, the worlds highest navigable lake that sits at 3,800 metres. There are a couple of ways of seeing Lake Titicaca: First is via the floating islands constructed from … Read all about it!
One of the main attractions of staying in Arequipa is that it’s used as a based to do either a one, two or three day treks through Colca Canyon. Colca Canyon is about a three hour drive northwest from Arequipa. … Read all about it!
One of the days here in Buenos Aires was quite rainy so I decided to research things to do indoors here apart from eating steak, visiting an art gallery or involving a nightclub. Two things that caught my eye that … Read all about it!
At 2,380m above sea level, Arequipa is known as the White City due to the the white volcanic stones used in the majority of the city’s construction. Most tourists that come through here are on their way to or from … Read all about it!
When people talk about trekking to Machu Picchu, the most common method people think of is the classic Inca Trail that take groups four days along a route that’s been rebuilt to cater for a lot of tourists. Only a … Read all about it!
Cusco [kusco] is located in the Urubumba Valley and many years ago, was once capital of the Inca empire. Each year, more than two million visitors come here with the primary reason to acclimatise to the altitude prior to seeing … Read all about it!