Bolivian Salt Flats Night

Bolivian Salt Flats Night Photography Guide

Nothing beats staring up into the starry night, a billion lights staring back at you from the great beyond. The feeling of being so completely and utterly irrelevant, yet at the same time part of something much bigger than yourself. There are so few places in the modern world that allow you this surreal feeling of being one with the milky…

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Romanian UNESCO Sites You Should Visit!

I loved exploring Romania – one of the best road trips in the world. Describing it as the poor mans Switzerland, while having an element of truth, doesn’t adequately convey the complex beauty, culture and geography this ancient realm possesses. Many visitors seem content with a fly-by stop to Bucharest and perhaps a side trip to Dracula’s Castle or Brasov before…

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Street Art in Palestine 

Photographic Exploration of Street Art in Palestine 

Palestine is one of the most thought-provoking, emotional and ‘real’ countries I have ever visited. If you take the time to explore the reality of Palestine beyond the Nativity Church, you will be filled with hope, despair, anger and joy – possibly all at the same time. There are many more possible things to explore and see in Palestine, but…

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Cabo Polonio Travel Guide 

Cabo Polonio is an unexpected gem, much like Uruguay in general where it is found, and this Cabo Polonio Travel Guide will inspire you to make the journey! Located only a few hours from the countries capital of Montevideo, the road-free, hippie beachside settlement of Cabo Polonio is the perfect break for weary travellers on South Americas notorious gringo trail.…

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Story from the Komodo Islands Indonesia

I love Indonesia. It’s easily one of my favourite countries in the world – a fusion of landscapes, flavours, cultures and most importantly – wildlife. It’s a place I recommend highly to anyone whose looking for an exotic, luxurious adventure on a budget. One of my favourite memories happened here, in the remote Komodo Islands, where I came face-to-face with…

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Best Places to Eat in Sucre, Bolivia - Buen provecho!

Best Places to Eat in Sucre, Bolivia – Buen provecho!

Sucre, the first capital of Bolivia [and still the constitutional capital], is a diverse, lively, and intriguing university town which offers a ridiculous amount to those who are willing to get there. Sucre is Bolivia’s oldest city, founded by the Spanish in the first half of the 16th century and today is a UNESCO World Heritage Site famed for its grand…

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Top Thing to See in Buenos Aires

Top Things to See in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a city like no other. A city of tango, food, shopping and nightlife. A city that inspires to greatness, that gets under your skin, and is both confident and cool, sexy and fabulous. An oasis of European splender tucked away in South America – Any true Porteños (the city’s residents) will tell you how they are far…

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Sao Paulo Street Art

Sao Paulo Street Art Photography

São Paulo as a city surprised me. It’s one of those travel destinations that is continually under-rated with most guides and backpackers seeing it as little more than an airport. However São Paulo has a lot to offer beyond its flight connectivity, and this largest city in Brazil is actually home to hundreds of museums, galleries, bars and restaurants to keep you entertained for weeks.…

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Argentina Insider: Where to Eat, Drink and Enjoy in Buenos Aires

Argentina Insider: Where to Eat, Drink and Enjoy in Buenos Aires   I think I love Buenos Aires. A vibrant, contrasting city with a ridiculous amount to do – if it’s not on your radar then it really should be now! But with all the options available to you in can be overwhelming discovering where to eat, drink and enjoy…

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