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!


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.

Lake Titicaca

Bordering both Peru and Bolivia, you will find the highest navigable lake in the world and the largest in South America, Lake Titicaca.

Uncovering Machu Picchu

We live in a fascinating world; one with so many wonders and eccentricities that I’d like to hope that we never lose interest or tire of all that it has to offer us. One such wonder that left me completely…

Inca Ruins

The largest empire in South America belonged to the Incas; a civilization born and bred in Peru. Today, they have left behind just ruins of their fascinating history and I was lucky to enough to visit a few in The…

Women of The Sacred Valley

Row after row of colourful scarves, blankets, backpacks, gloves and hats fill markets in almost every city and town in Peru; all hand woven out of Alpaca wool. I visited a small community of women in the Sacred Valley who make…

Cusco Photo Diary

An hour and a half plane ride from Lima brings you to Cusco, located 3,400m above sea level and considered to be one of the most important tourist destinations in Peru.