Twas this day in 2016, and my wife and I were leaving Buenos Aires in what was to be a very long day!
Buenos Aires is a strange city - beautiful but with an edge of danger, with history and some of the most opulent buildings you can imagine. What exactly is the mystique of the Argentine capital?
Here's something you might not know about destination - Argentina, it's a really BEAUTIFUL country. I found this out editing today's video for you. See some amazing views from up the Palacio Barolo, one of strangest buildings I've been in in my life. When I went to Argentina in 2016 I visited Buenos Aires, Salta, …
Rio de Janeiro is one of my favorite cities and favorite destinations in the world. The views, the vibes, the beaches and more - Rio has it all! Come find out why I love it so!
So whilst I'm sharing pics, when I went to South America in 2016 my Aussie Rules football team had won the premiership for the first time (and only) in my life time. Trick shots are all the rage on the Salar de Uyuni, hence the shot I share with you today! Thanks for popping by, …
Not sure exactly where he was going. Thanks for dropping by! May the Journey Never End!
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!
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!
Destination Bolivia is full of interesting landscapes, colour, mountains, winding roads and more. One of the most popular places to visit, usually on a tour from the town of Uyuni, are the incredible Salt Plains – Salar de Uyuni. I’ve been to plenty of different places in my life, from the fire pit that is the Darvaza Crater in Turkmenistan, to the Sahara Desert in the middle of Niger, but I don’t think I’ve been to a place that gave you the feeling you were on another planet quite like the Salar de Uyuni.
Bolivia is full of rewarding places to visit. I strolled through in a little less than two weeks and probably should have stayed longer. Like quite a bit of the continent, it’s at altitude, from Lake Titicaca in the north of the country, to the salt plains in the south. There's so much in this country that you probably never realised. So read on to find out what, where and how!