The Paramo Trek, located in the Columbian Andes, a unique trek for all avid trekkers to experience.
Ooops, an unexpected detour to VeniceBeach & Santa Monica
An exceptional film for all of us women remembering to live our truths.
A visit to the children of Byculla can give us all a fresh perspective on what is important.
Besides the usual tourist attractions like the Witches Markets and the Mi Teleferico La Paz is a great city to wander the streets and hills to check out the Street Art. Take a look at some recent works.
The lasting effects of a city bursting with sensory and emotional delights.
It is rated one of the world’s best hikes for a reason.
When in Mumbai – open your heart and mind to Dharavi.
Each morning offers news gifts of insight in Mumbai.
Even on a Sunday, Mumbai is a frantic mix of daily goings on.
Back on the Mumbai beat….
Check out this awesome street art from Valparaiso in Chile
Thinking of trekking to Macchu Picchu – take the less touristed Salkantay Trek
The houses will keep you amused in Puerto Natales.
With number one son recovered from an intense 24hour bout of food poisoning, we take it easy around Copacabana today. Opting for a walk along the shoreline of the main bay of Copacabana away from the main tourist area, we quickly realise we are bringing with us our very own posse. Three supremely handsome stray […]
Sleepy town awakens.
Slow down in this sleepy town.
It is quite extraordinary to think La Paz has a little brother literally right next door. If you catch the red cable car line (which ascend rapidly up and over the mountain), you will be plonked on the door step to El Alto. A few interesting facts about El Alto include; today it is a […]
Artistic residences with no takers.
There is nothing like getting to know a city by walking the streets. Today we walked up and down many hills in search of La Paz landmarks. First stop a juice market where drinking yoghurt and fruit in cups were on the menu. I tried a sticky pastry Bolivian style for 3 boliviano’s. I tried […]
The best way to see the city of La Paz
A tiny Andean town with a big welcome.
Off to the highest city on the planet
When on the salt flats in Bolivia …
Ronald, our driver, wants to leave early today. There are judicial elections being held in the area which means the towns close down. No car usuage, no business, nothing. It’s like a public holiday of twenty years back. You go to vote – it’s compulsory. That’s all you do. If you are caught driving you […]
Follow That Road – Which Road?
Where on earth are we headed?
Hot and steamy baby.