Thinking of trekking in South America? These 5 top treks will help you to decide…Continue reading “South America: 5 Top Treks”
Unique bowler hats have been an intrinsic part of the indigenous Aymara and Quechua (‘Cholitas’) women’s attire in Bolivia, since the 1920s.Continue reading “Bolivia’s Bowler Hats”
Venezuela’s spectacular Angel falls – an extreme adventure to the highest uninterrupted waterfall in the world.Continue reading “Spectacular Angel Falls, Venezuela”
Travel through Venezuela’s soaring Andes from Mérida to Los Nevados with me and uncover a unique adventure… Continue reading “Venezuela’s Unique Mérida and Los Nevados”
Today’s travel starts from Ecuador with an overnighter in America, a red-eye flight to Iceland, stopping in the United Kingdom for a few days, followed by the long-haul flight to Australia.
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My top 19 highlights – dip your toe in South America and discover an unbelievable adventure that will force you to stay longer!
Nicknamed “Florence of the Americas”, Ecuador’s sprawling metropolis Quito is anything but a quiet and relaxing experience.
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Whilst you travel through Ecuador, why not spend a few relaxing days away from cosmopolitan Cuenca, chilling in picturesque Baños de Agua Santa?
A visit to charming Cuenca is a must when in scenic Ecuador and this is why…
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Tumultuous, dangerous, or surprisingly easy are descriptions bandied around for South American border crossings. Today’s crossing from Peru’s Piura to Ecuador’s Loja is rumoured to be safe and hassle-free.Continue reading “Border Crossing: Peru’s Piura to Ecuador’s Loja”
Traversing Peru on a flight from balmy Iquitos to remote Tarapoto over the mighty Amazon, followed by an uncomfortable 18-hour overnight rustic bus journey to Piura.
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From Yurimaguas, the rustic barge weaves its way for several days deep into the vast snakelike Amazon River until reaching Iquitos – “largest city in the world that cannot be reached by road”…