South America2016-12-27T21:52:41+11:00

Knee Deep in Snow – Hiking Frey, Patagonia

By |December 19th, 2009|Argentina, Blog, Patagonia, South America, Travel Stories|

"A bit of snow maybe, but you should be fine if you've got some hiking experience", was the information from the guy at Club Andino Bariloche, the local hiking association. A great resource and the place [...]

Overnight bus travel in South America – A Survival Guide

By |November 28th, 2018|Blog, Featured, South America, Survival Guides, Travel Savvy|

I love travelling by night bus in South America. There's a sentence you won't hear often. But I do, I LOVE IT. Most people will give an array of horrid cramped experiences. And they're telling you the truth, it's a tough experience. But a wonderful one. Why do I love night bus travel in South America?

Route 40 Patagonia – Join the Joyride

By |December 21st, 2009|Argentina, Blog, Featured, South America, Travel Stories|

This blog post is dedicated to the original Doughnut. You and your pink sun visor would have made this ride that little bit more special. Route 40, Patagonia, Argentina. The long and winding road... [...]

Cabo San Juan, Parque Tayrona… The Candle in The Wind

By |July 7th, 2012|Blog, Colombia, Journey 2012 - The Freedom Days, South America, Travel Stories|

The most beautiful places on earth are often the most difficult to get to. That’s definitely something I’ve learnt on my travels. Stories of these places of magical beauty are paralleled only by the stories [...]

Cartagena, By Photos

By |July 8th, 2012|Blog, Colombia, Journey 2012 - The Freedom Days, Photography, South America, Travel Stories|

We arrived in Cartagena via a lovely air conditioned minibus named Miramar. We stayed at Viajero hostel, which is inside the city walls of the old town (rather than Getsemane like most) and spent two [...]

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