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A beautiful discovery

I thought I could fall in love with pristine beaches forever. Now I found myself loving lakes and lagoons instead.

I knew I still wouldn’t be able to pass an invitation to an exotic beach, as long as it wouldn’t be between the beach and a lagoon or a lake. 64 more words

Sea Lions, Sun, Coronado Island (BCS), new friends, great food, and laughter

Had the most amazing time yesterday.

Since I’ve been here in Loreto, BCS I’ve had the opportunity to meet a few locals in my travels.  One of whom, Alejandro owns a very nice restaurant just down the beach from me (about a 15 minute walk).   707 more words

A family, a boat, two lagoons, great food, kindness, hiking and swimming...

I had the most amazing day of my journey so far today.  I have amazing pictures and more amazing stories for tomorrow’s update…..stay tuned.



Like oceans behind my eyes
The blue lagoons of Mayo glittered in the mist
‘Blue lagoons of Mayo? – Christ that’s rich’, remarked O’Hare… 120 more words


San Pedro De Atacama, a small town with big sights

San Pedro De Atacama, a tiny oasis town in Northern Chile with dirt roads and single story adobe houses was our gateway to the Bolivian Salt Flats tour but we found out quickly that this quiet town was located smack bang in the middle of some of the most stunning scenery of volcanos, sand dunes, geysers and lagoons, making it a great location for some epic sightseeing. 607 more words


Death of a Camera

Like most days in Granada, it was hot. We friends set out to cool ourselves in a familiar place, and not long after our arrival the sky opened up. 63 more words


Salt, More Salt and a Stegosaurus

La Paz > Cochabamba > Sucre > Uyuni (Salt Flats)

Miles travelled: 744 (Total – 12414)

Nate and I arrived in Cochabamba early in the morning, and had the pleasure of trying to seek out a hostel with nothing more than the Routh Guide which had been proven to be out of date in La Paz. 2,656 more words