Month: November 2016

Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail

Apologies for the long lapse in updates. I began my trip in Bolivia very ill and it continued to affect me for about a week. Nevertheless I recovered and ventured onto greater things such as hiking the Inca Trail for 4 days and witnessing…

Bolivia/Peru

Well. I don’t have much to say yet about these places. But here’s a summary: La Paz is at 3650m (roughly). Puno, where I currently am, is at 3850m above sea level. Let’s just say it’s not fun to be ill out here. Altitude…

Farewell Argentina

My time has come to an end in Argentina, a country full of wonders that are yet to be discovered! No doubt that I will come back soon, but for now … off to Bolivia and Peru!! Check out my page on¬†Argentina¬†if you want…

Iguazu Falls

Ushuaia – Laguna de los Tempranos

If only we – all of us – took more time to marvel at the beauty nature has offered us, we would maybe feel more peaceful with our own minds. There is so much around, yet we take it for granted and can’t seem…

Ushuaia – Laguna Esmeralda

There comes a time when things don’t seem right and there has to be a change, in some shape or form, that something has to be done. I walked away from the doubt, the confusion and the ordinary so that I could try to…

El Chalten (hiking capital)

This little town is what hikers will refer to as ‘hiking capital’ because of its proximity to the mountain trails, which are all freely accessible. I say this because most things that involve exploring natural landscapes in Argentina usually ends up costing money ……