Category Archives: South America

Where’s Milsy?

Win ten points for finding the trekker amongst the ancient Incan ruins. Nearing Machu Pichu, November 2009. Advertisements

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Atacama

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

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She’s not actually a twelve year old

Miz chilling at Machu Pichu. November 2009.

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Perusing

Here are a few shots from the small number of film rolls I was able to shoot while away. All Peru: Ccorao, Cusco, then the rest are various parts of Puno and Lake Titicaca. Between Aug – Oct, 2009.

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Puno

We went down to Lake Titicaca for a weekend during my three-month stint in Cusco. I have to say, the main city on the Peruvian side of the Lake – Puno – is pretty depressing. There’s a nice view of … Continue reading

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Sudamérica

I’m really struggling to decide where I should start with the account of my South American travels. The beginning would probably be best, but there’s a lot to get through. For those with a thing for flowcharts, it went a … Continue reading

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Acknowledgement

Thanks to Josias for my blog title. His daily joke never got old. Here he is in his tattered little poncho, munching on the last bite of his bread roll; ever-present snot-trail making its way down his face. Ccorao, near … Continue reading

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