Liebster Award!

Hi all! You may have or not have heard about the ‘Liebster Award’, which is handed to bloggers from bloggers, so it’s very humbling to have been handed it and I thank John of Salsa World Travel for doing that to me, he runs a brilliant blog which is a great mix of flying, photography, …

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Hiroshima – Through My Lens

iroshima is famous worldwide for one main thing, right? The first city to have an atomic bomb dropped on it. This may mean that some people don't consider it as the first place to go when visiting Japan, on the other hand some people probably suspect it's a must visit because of this reason. As far as destinations go, Hiroshima is an attractive city, with a baseball stadium, a castle, and a museum to that fateful day in 1945 attached to a memorial visitors really shouldn't miss when there.

Mountains & Adventure – an interview with Travel Bloggers Maggie and Richard from ‘Monkey’s Tale!’

Time for another insightful interview this week from the brilliant travel bloggers Maggie and Richard who run the travel blog 'Travel Monkeys'. They hail from Canada and they love to hit the mountains and hike and seek adventure. They really inspiring and they take you places with their blogs that are truly breathtaking!

Bouncing Into Bolivia – Lake Titicaca, Potosi and Salar de Uyuni

Bolivia is one of the world's secret destinations, I would say. When people think of heading to South America, they don't necessarily think to head to Bolivia, preferring Brazil or Peru perhaps, or even Argentina. But I would have to say as a place to travel, Bolivia is the most interesting South American country I have been too. Check out the video I've put together of this incredible destination!

Epic Journeys – Uyuni (Bolivia) to La Quiaca (Argentina)

Today the story of my epic journey from the town of Uyuni in Bolivia, the gateway to Salar de Uyuni, to the border town of La Quiaca, in Argentina, passing through such not-particularly-known towns as Atocha, Tupiza and Villazon (the border town on the Bolivian side). Crazy drivers and roads that appeared to be rivers made this quite the adventure!