Our 2nd day hike with Katy & Dale saw us at the stunning Laguna Churup
Huaraz is a town situated north east of Lima at an altitude of 3,052m. With Katy and Dale arriving straight from Australia, and Greg and I being at sea level for the past month, we needed to slowly acclimatise to the altitude here in Huaraz in preparation for some of the day hikes we’d be […]
Bolivia’s Carnivale involves over 60,000 people, dressed in multi-coloured extravagant outfits, parading down the streets of La Paz for one epic, alcohol filled day of fun and debauchery. Check out my photos here..
Read about our experience hiking the Camino Precolombino Choro (El Choro) hike near La Paz, Bolivia. Included is some logistical information about the hike, up to date information about the state of the trail (after the 2018 flood), and some honest advice on what it’s actually like to walk.
So you’ve decided to visit the USA and realise how enormous it is (seriously, it’s massive). You’ve made the wise decision to dedicate a good amount of time to the endeavour (a month – you can choose a state, or a couple of cities; 3 months – you could cover off a region; 6 months […]
Back in 2013 I was fortunate enough to meet some of the elders from the Siekopai village of Ecuador, while attending a ceremonial gathering in Costa Rica. During the 10 days I spent there, I learned quite a lot about their culture and their heritage – the beauty of their beliefs about the world, nature […]