Monthly Archives: June 2011

Rapa Nui

As I write this I am looking out over stormy clouds that fades the horizon between the sky and the sea from this tiny island in the Pacific. Formed from 3 volcanic eruptions Easter Island (or Rapa Nui as it … Continue reading

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South America comes to an end…

Since the last blog post we’ve been to an amazing pre-Colombian art museum, eaten a proper curry, stayed in a hostel which had what looked like blood splatters on the walls, learnt how to make Pisco Sour and lost a … Continue reading

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Quebradas & Vineyards

From Tupiza we jumped in a Colectivo (shared taxi) to the Argentinan border. We’d heard it was a nightmare to cross as it’s drugs trafficking route (apparently flights from Argentina to the US and Europe are much more common and … Continue reading

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Bolivian salt flats

From Sucre we stopped over briefly in Potosi, the highest city in the world. It’s next to a mountain that had so much silver in it that it almost single-handedly bankrolled the Spanish empire for a couple of hundred years. … Continue reading

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