Winter Warmers

The sweet scent of cinnamon infused mulled wine, Christmas lights brightening up early sunsets and wreaths adorning every doorstep; it can only mean that we are now well into the winter season! And the winter season means loads of layers…

Wine Country

 What better way to spend a delightfully sunny day in Santiago than touring some of its most famous wineries.

Journey to the Atacama Desert

My 3-day excursion through the magnificient Salt Flats ended with crossing the border into the Atacama Desert which spans across both Bolivia & Chile.

November Favourites

My entire October was spent galavanting around South America (hence no October favourites!) so November involved settling back into my daily routine, getting immersed in Christmas preparations and starting to welcome the end of yet another year. Um, how is…

The Salt Flats

One of the most beautiful natural wonders of the world, lies in the southwestern part of Bolivia and is known as Salar de Uyuni or, the Salt Flats.

Sucre Photo Diary

Located in the south-central part of Bolivia, Sucre is the constitutional capital of the country which quickly became one of my favourite cities on this trip.

Surviving Death Road

60 kilometres long, 3 meters wide, draped with lush greens, topped with hazardous rocks and a few 1000 feet drop – this is Death Road!

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Sunday Brunch

A month in South America made me realise just how much I missed a good old Sunday brunch, which is the first thing I planned as soon as I returned, with my brunch-ing partner in crime in tow.

The Floating Islands

The Uros people of Lake Titicaca have quite a unique habitat, comprised of several floating islands that are hand-made out of dried totora reeds.