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Bolivian Salt Flats in PICTURES: South America's Hidden Jewel

Travelling across the salt flats in Bolivia, the first impression one gets is that it is a cold and desolate place.
Indeed that is true, but on further exploration it offers so much more than the initial impression gives. 200 more words

Travel Thoughts

20/05/2016 Day 17 - Puno

I think we spent most of the day travelling by bus to Puno, which is the folklore capital of Peru. When we arrived and checked into Helena Inn, we went on an initiation walk. 206 more words


Where to see a condor - a "guaranteed" guide to spotting condors in South America

When it comes to South-American wildlife, no animal is as iconic as the andean condor. The vulture, said to be the largest flying bird in the world (based on both weight and wingspan), is considered so noble that it has found its way to the coat of arms of Bolivia, Chile, Colombia and Ecuador, while the Peruvian coat of arms also featured a condor on its first version (1820-1825). 484 more words

Non Classé

July 25, 2016: It's a Long Way Down... THE DEATH ROAD!

There was nothing deep about today… except the steep canyon, its greedy mouth open wide to my left hand side. My mountain bike skids in the dust, but I’m alright. 169 more words


Tackling a 6000+m peak

So at some point in La Paz, I got the silly idea that I wanted to climb one of the highest mountains in Bolivia, Huayna Potosí, at 6,088m! 1,616 more words


The One Where we attempt culture

On our last trip we spent 5 days in Bangkok so that Dom could get some suits made. We had thought that Bangkok was hectic and crowded as far as cities go… We were wrong. 1,109 more words


Báltica Beer

A Design work I´ve done for a Local beer brand

CLIENT: CBN 12 more words