Really Old Stones

I couldn’t be in North Africa without heading to Egypt and seeing the pyramids. Being so close I figured I might as well pop over to Jordan as well and visit Petra to see even more old stones. Egypt, like Morocco, is pretty darned hot, not as hot but still definitely still far from my […]

Melting in Morocco

Arriving in my 4th/5th continent (depends which model you use) I was attacked by a brutal heat. Marrakech is intense. Very hot, clay coloured, snaking streets where you will be shouted at by every retailer trying to get you to purchase their goods. As with most markets I can’t actually indulge firstly because of money […]

Different Perspectives

The Iguassu (or Iguacu) falls are a must visit if you’re in South America. Daunting torrents of water cascading over large drops and allowing a pleasant mist to cool you off during a hot Argentinian/Brazilian day.   As I was travelling north from Argentina to Brazil it made sense to do so at the Puerto […]

Chilling in Curitiba

Been a little distracted and have actually been in Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil since last posting but will talk about the Iguazu falls later.   After all this hopping around I met up with my friend Felipe (I met him whilst volunteering in China and then again in Korea) who lives in Curitiba and decided […]


Unfortunately due to time (and money) constraints I had to start heading east across South America rather than venture further north to some countries I really would have liked to visit. As such from Cusco I jumped on a bus towards La Paz, Bolivia. I must say that the bus journey was super pleasant. Comfiest […]