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Hello hello! How are we all?  Out of all my South America posts, this is definitely one of my favourites. The Landscapes that I experienced within the 3 days was literally quite jaw dropping, so I really really hope you enjoy the photos! 1,121 more words

Salar de Uyuni

After 3 weeks in Argentina, we were spoiled, but Bolivia was another thing coming.

As we mentioned in the border crossing to Bolivia post, we took a 4-day tour through Bolivia and to Salar de Uyuni. 358 more words

The NASA Rocket Build

When NASA and art combine forces, you know the final product is going to be something truly out of this world (yes, pun intended). Nick Herrera and Gavin Nall are both engineering students at Windward Community College (WCC), on the island of Oahu, who also work at Kamanu Composites Canoes. 1,156 more words

Carpool DeVille: The World's Fastest Hot Tub

Back in 1996, a group of engineering students at McMaster University set out to build a fully functional hot tub housed in a working car. They chopped up an abandoned 1982 Chevy Malibu and converted it into The Carpool. 181 more words


Bolivia’s Salt Flats and Blockades

We were woken up in the remote sleepy town of Uyuni to news of riots in La Paz and a blockade about to take place right where we’d spent the night. 760 more words


South Rift Valley Photographic Safari - Part one


In June 2014 I was fortunate enough to be part of a unique photographic safari organised by top South African photographic travel company, Wild-eye, and  led by its director Andrew Beck and the current BBC World Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Greg du Toit to a remote part of the South Rift valley in Kenya. 1,991 more words


Chilena de corazón

After wrapping up my classes and reminiscing with friends and host families at the cena de despedida (at which I did admittedly shed some tears), I hopped on a plane to La Paz with my friends Kate and Nancy, embarking on my final adventure of the semester. 3,294 more words