If somebody mentions landscape photography, my immediate thoughts shoot back to October/November 2013 when I made my first visit to the Patagonia region. It was to be the pinnacle of my adventures in Latin America and it sure didn’t disappoint. … Read all about it!
Alpine architecture, trekking, micro-breweries, and Saint Bernard dogs chasing tourists. These are things you would associate with a European ski town. This is Bariloche, a town in the Northern Patagonian region of Argentina that is visited all year round for … Read all about it!
I’ve never been on a cargo ship. Until now my experience with boats were on ones with sails or on smaller ferries. There was no real reason to try a cargo ship, until now. Navimag is a a shipping company … Read all about it!
I don’t know anybody who has an interest in hiking or trekking and hasn’t heard of the W-Trek at Torres del Paine National Park, Chile. Even before I came to South America I had heard of it from friends who … Read all about it!
It’s not often you get to see a glacier up close and personal let alone go hiking on one, especially one as grand as the Perito Moreno Glacier. Towering icy structures, fed by snow all year around. Growing, moving, twisting … Read all about it!
The Patagonian region of Chile and Argentina was going to be the pinnacle of my trip in South America; the reason why I would travel approximately 14,000km across Central to South America. Throughout all of South America, I could feel my obsession growing … Read all about it!