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Posts Tagged "Naturaleza"

Photodump: Beyond Villa de Leyva

Taking some time out to explore the natural spaces that Andres grew up in, we took the old family jeep out for the day. Climbing through the dusty roads that intersect windy corn fields and flowering fruit trees we visited a stunning monastery built in the 16th  century. Amongst the steep green mountains and ochre […]


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A rumble in the jungle

The initial excitement of living in a wild jungle environment has been tempered by frustration with local workers, heat, relentless mosquitoes and torrential rains. But accepting a job over the internet, location unseen, in a sketchy border town is bound to quickly reveal some surprises. We expected that. Living in a natural and remote space […]


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Living in the garden of Earthly delights

Our first few days unwinding to the pace of the Amazon have been quite eventful. It`s a big change to fly from the freshness of high altitude Bogota, across an ocean of green jungle and land in a beautiful sweat box. We`ve shifted to our new hut , but somehow not as accessible to the town […]


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Hot spring chill out in Bolivia

Potosi completely surprised me. After days of enjoying remote nature in Southern Bolivia, I only planned on passing through the highest city in the world on the way to somewhere else. Most people visit Potosi to do a Mine Tour, but crawling underground in the dark, watching people shorten their life expectancy digging for silver, […]


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Las fuerzas naturales de Bolivia

After spending four days traversing the remote South of Bolivia in a jeep, I have a renewed respect for nature. The high altitude landscape, devoid of trees and forest, revealed a truly unique beauty. Wild and expansive desert spaces unfolded as we drove up to 12 hours per day across an immense terrain. Snow coated […]


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Hiking to San Isidro

I was long overdue to get my hike on, determined to find some people to help me scratch the trekking itch. Wandering solo in nature isn’t a safe idea in a lot of places, especially Iruya. After a heavy night of rain the river was frothing a turgid chocolate colour and the soft soil of […]


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Photo dump: Exploring Iruya

The past few days I’ve been heading closer to Bolivia, immersed in the remoteness of North West Argentina. Experiencing the tranquil feeling of being alone. Surrounded by nature and just enough people; exactly the kind of ‘lost’ I’ve been seeking. Leaving Purmamarca, then passing overnight in Humahuaca, I was fortunate to finally arrive in Iruya […]


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Photo dump: Elephant seal love at Punta Ninfas

Our peak inside the deep eyes of an animal that has seemingly mastered the art of motionless zen. A remote Patagonian beach all to ourselves, besides a large pod of mellow elefantes marinos. Naturegasm! k&a Social media whore us:


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Photo dump: Hiking Los Hitos to Chile

Choosing the hike less travelled for an Argentinian visa extension. Walking 35km through Lago Puelo National Park to the Chilean border and back; along the way touching ice blue lakes, gushing mountain streams and some pretty cool campsites. k&a Social media whore us:


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Photo dump: Chasing the Patagonian blue

The humbling outdoor spaces, the high peaks and the late golden light that we’ve called home for two months – springtime El Bolson. A visual perspective of the curvy beauty aside the ice blue Rio Azul and the riotous colour of the meandering river banks. k&a Social media whore us:


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