Photo Friday – Uyuni Train Cemetery

Today’s Photo Friday comes from the city of Uyuni in Bolivia. On the outskirts of town, in this grey desert wasteland, is a huge train cemetery filled with rusting relics of Uyuni’s glory days as a transport hub. Now, the warped metals and graffiti-strewn rusted engines make an adventurous playground,…

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Photo Friday – Bristol Street Art

Today’s Photo Friday is a really cool piece of street art I spotted in Bristol last week. At first glance, we thought it might be a Banksy piece – he is from Bristol, after all – but the signature shows it was actually done by JPS Artist.  

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Brazil World Cup in Photos

This year, I was lucky enough to be in Brazil during the 2014 World Cup, and I was even in Rio for the final. As you’ve probably noticed, there were mixed feeling across the country about hosting the World Cup, with large-scale protesting last year certainly influenced by the decision, and…

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Labour Day, La Paz

1st May 2014 If the past month is anything to go by, Bolivians love a parade. In La Paz we witnessed three parades in five days, in most cities we’ve heard confetti canons and mini fireworks going off every other day, we stumbled upon a parade of schoolkids in Torotoro, a…

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Easter Parade, Cusco

20th April 2014 After our four day Inca Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu, we spent a few more days in the beautiful city of Cusco simply relaxing and making the most of the ridiculously cheap massages. It was Easter weekend, and there were parades and celebrations every day, particularly at…

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Cartagena Photo Gallery – Details

Just because I have way too many photos to use in all my posts about Cartagena, I thought I’d post a little gallery with some of my favourites. These are some of the façades, doors, windows and other details that I spotted whilst we were wandering around the old town in…

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