Welcome to the portal into my adventures! I plan to add frequent updates that coincide with my current travels. Print's won't be for sale (since editing will be on the fly), but I hope you enjoy the previews and stories of new places in the world!
I hopped up north to spend the weekend in Medellin. A weekend in Medellin isn't very conducive to picture taking. I ate far too much by day, and stayed up far too late by night. The city's new revival is incredible - beautiful, open, city-unifying architecture all connected by a clean/efficient metro system. Medellin is a must-see for any South American travel.
Colombian hero, Botero, paints and sculpts only hefty subjects; people, animals, yonameit.
To round out the trip I decided to spend my last few days in the lakeside town of Copacabana. Pictures are limited since I spent most of my time in a hammock and/or eating fresh trout. Rough life...
I apologize, this is a long one. However, the Bolivian salt flat tour was not just a highlight of this trip, but one of all of my travels combined. It is well deserving of the blog space - I hope you'll agree...
I made it further north to Los Glaciers national park. Starting the Patagonia send off in El Calafate - home of the Perito Moreno glacier. A stunning site: an above water face of 150 feet with another 500+ below...it's one of few left that is still advancing rather than retreating.
This post will be a bit scattered. It encompasses Puerto Natales, Punta Arenas, and Ushuaia. The post-TorresdelPaine part of Patagonia doesn't really fit into a specific category other than that...the End of the World.