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Category Archives: South America
I made a bit of a discovery this morning. I had thought I didn’t collect a beer label from Bolivia, but I found a Pilsener La Paz label in my room today. Here’s a lady and a church from the … Continue reading
Rocinha, Rio, December 2009.
The day we went to see old Cristo, the whole area was covered in such thick mist that you couldn’t even see his feet if you were standing right at the base of the statue. Then suddenly, it all cleared … Continue reading
David, who I have mentioned before, alerted me to the existence of Burning Man while I was in Santiago last year. I haven’t really had much of a desire to go the States before, apart from New York – but … Continue reading
Catching our breath on the way to Machu Pichu. Miz (the bare skin in the bottom left) had just attempted to slyly pocket an ancient Incan key that she found. It had been ceremoniously placed in a small shrine of … Continue reading
During my Gap Yah last year I spent some time in Cusco, volunteering at a school in Ccorao, which is a village in the hills outside the city. I had a really good time, but now I’m scared of sounding … Continue reading
I made a bit of a habit out of collecting beer labels as I moved around South America last year. I’d like to say I got at least one from every country I visited, but I failed in respect to … Continue reading
Win ten points for finding the trekker amongst the ancient Incan ruins. Nearing Machu Pichu, November 2009.
No-one wanted to come with me so I went for a solo cycle in the San Pedro Desert to have a look at a supposedly stunning gorge. I should have anticipated not being able to find it, but even by … Continue reading
Miz chilling at Machu Pichu. November 2009.