This might be a tricky blog. One that I’m barely going to forget. A place that almost trapped me. A place that I was almost never going to leave. And the people I met there can confirm. Continue reading Morro de Sao Paulo: 16 reasons I had to leave ASAP…
Yes. After Jericoacoara I took a short flight to Salvador de Bahia for yet another beach… but this time I was shocked.
Shocked by how good this place was.
So, I’ve this time wrote up a “list blog”, just to give you a few ideas of my amazing stay in Salvador. Put it on your to-go list now please 🙂 Continue reading Salvador de Bahia: 10 reasons you should go one day
I couldn’t believe 5 months had already gone – shocking how time flew!
My original plan was to continue my travels towards the North of South America (Ecuador, then Colombia), but “plans” are in fact just “plans”…
I realised I was pretty tired of changing place every 3 days. I was happy with all the amazing things I had seen. I now needed to “relax” a little.
Therefore, Brazil it was! Continue reading From Peru to Brazil: beach, sun and caipirinha here I come…
Featuring: a 28km walk on the railway tracks… a dog bite… a crazy hike… beautiful Machu Picchu… and a taxi driver with a “Francesco” (Totti) tattoo.
My Machu Picchu adventure was just MAD! Continue reading Cusco & Machu Picchu: my incredible 5-day DIY Inca adventure
Arequipa was not only my base for – finally – some great food, but also the closest place to Colca Canyon. Apparently, the third most-visited location of Peru and, also, a great destination for trekkers.
So, I packed my bag, left my suitcase in Arequipa, and took a 5 hours bus to Cabanaconde. Altitude: 3296 meters. Weather: torrential rain. Continue reading Colca Canyon: my 4-day DIY tour of the 2nd deepest canyon in the world
After finding out La Paz is not the capital of Bolivia, well, I had to check it out even if everybody told me it’s a kip. At the same time, La Paz meant being very close to the Peru border… and so finally I crossed it! Continue reading La Paz to Arequipa: Peru Here I Come!
After the Uyuni Salar, I wanted to get out of Uyuni town asap – it didn’t look great at all. Thankfully, I got the first bus to Tupiza. Unthankfully, I had to spend almost a week in a room to look after myself. Continue reading Tupiza, Potosí, Sucre: 3 Bolivian Stories
This time, the 3.30am wake up time was totally worth it. Our goal was to get to the Uyuni salt flats before sunrise. And in fairness I had no clue it could be that beautiful. Continue reading Wonderful Uyuni: 3 days in 4*4 (Part 2)
There are two ways to get into Bolivia from San Pedro de Atacama: via bus (meh) or via 4*4 tour (yeah!). What a wonderful way to get to see Uyuni, one of the most “impossible” places on Earth! Continue reading Wonderful Uyuni: 3 days in 4*4 (Part 1)
There are deserts. And then there is Atacama desert. Yes, the driest desert in the world. So dry, that some of its 6,000m and higher mountains have no snow. So dry, that on the first day I got there, hailstones, thunders, lightnings and rain knocked out the town. Continue reading San Pedro de Atacama: Another Planet