Squeezing the most out of life | An Aussie and a Colombian living life with a wandering spirit. Eight years together & over 60 countries up our sleeves, we're sharing the love |

Posts Tagged "Historical architecture"

Temple gazing in Japan

This is a guest story by a friend I’ve been travelling with in Japan. Dieter is a Graphic Design Director from Brisbane, an enthusiastic traveller, a player of saxophones, and an admirer of architectural aesthetics. He’s also a cool travel companion. Kris When I think of Japan, I can`t help but think of tsunamis, bullet trains, […]


Back to Top | No Comments

Tres colores de Antigua: Eat, Shop, Love!

Wandering the streets of Antigua amongst the explosion of colour, colonial architecture and traditional Guatemalan food, I can see why UNESCO thought it best to protect it as a World Heritage Site. For me, it´s the most beautiful city I have visited in Central America. I need to return with a huge empty bag to […]


Back to Top | No Comments

Photo dump: Pondering Purmamarca

Leaving the lush green hills of Salta behind, the bus chugged it’s way higher some 1,000 metres to Purmamarca – population 350. Nothing to do was exactly what I was looking for. Cactus covered barren mountains tower over the mud brick town, changing colour as quickly as the light. I found a room to stay […]


Back to Top | 2 Comments

Photo dump: Wandering the streets of Salta

Salta la Linda may just be my new favourite city in Argentina. A historic mix of Spanish influences and indigenous colour. Set amongst wide streets of hanging trees and spice indulging people. It’s love at first sight.  Kris Social media whore us:


Back to Top | No Comments

Photo dump: Colonia, more than an Argentinian visa run. Just.

Jokingly abused as an express port for visa renewals by long term BA lovers, Colonia deserves a little more respect. With a history from 1680, UNESCO had some faith and slapped a heritage listing on the oldest town in Uruguay. A dilapidated, riverside kind of heaven for architecture junkies.  Our vote: If you’re looking for […]


Back to Top | No Comments

Essentials

Pages

Instagram

 

Search