Monthly Archives: November 2014
It’s hard to travel without weird and wonderful examples of bonkership in this world. Here are some of ours (South American edition): 1. Soutamericans get excited about important things, like football or politics. The don’t get excited about things … Continue reading
So, all we did today was lots of cycling, sightseeing, sunbathing and listening to passionate locals talk about Sunday elections in Uruguay. Now getting ready for some local food… Good day! Update: Food was awesome, the guy from the hostel … Continue reading
So, one thing is to have a great travelling buddy, another is to have a travelling buddy who reads your mind… Like when you’re thinking that Buenos is too big and too ‘city’ for the last days of holidays and … Continue reading
Tierra del Fuego is quite a something! We have actually slowed down here, going away for daily gentle treks, drinking hot chocolate and celebrating my birthday with dinner and drinks. For the lack of exciting updates, here are some photos … Continue reading
Yeah, stop complaining about the wind, start sailing!!! That’s what we did and you should have seen my little face as we sailed round the Beagle Channel! I cannot even describe how amazing it was! Sailing at the end of … Continue reading
Today was what my little brother calls a ‘recovery day’. In practice, it means drinking coffee, hot chocolate and wine, eating ice cream, Skyping friends and family and taking lots of silly photos. Not at the same time, no?