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Argentina, the North-West

Having cut my time in Patagonia short, I had a week to play with so headed up to the north-west, where both Bolivia and Chile are both within reaching distance. 449 more words


Potosi to Sucre

There are certain times in the trip that I throw out silly ideas just to test Gemma’s limits. “Let’s take our rental car over that mountain pass”, “let’s walk down the most dangerous street in Buenos Aires just for fun”, “lets have lunch in that shoddy hut”; thankfully the sensible response from Gemma has always been “no that’s silly”. 1,099 more words


The Descent from Cerro Austria

Author’s note: This post is a continuation of “The Grand Finale: Climbing Austria Peak“.

It took only three hours to climb up from our base camp at 15,500 to the summit of Cerro Austria at 17,698 feet (5,396 meters). 239 more words


What are odds of the Super Eagles recapturing our rejuvenating hearts?

It has since been confirmed that the Nigeria senior national team will square up against Bolivia and favourite foe South Africa at Uyo (March 26th) and Mbombela (March 29th) respectively. 1,092 more words


New Student Exhibition

Strictly speaking, this isn’t a ‘French’ exhibition but one of the students involved is in Stirling on our double degree in International Management and Intercultural Studies… 170 more words

Camp has officially started

(waiting for the rally to begin)

Buenos tardes!

Yesterday, the campers arrived and we helped the check-in process. Some of us directed campers to their rooms while others checked through bags for any prohibited items. 526 more words