In this travel photo Aracely captures this giant cactus tree during our hike on Isla de la Plata in Manabí, Ecuador.
Archive | June, 2010
Also read… Visiting the Tarabuco Market In Tarabuco, Bolivia, there is a market every Sunday. In this photo women are selling fresh fruits and vegetables. At the far back end of the market, there is a section where bartering is still practiced.
We woke up to this view one morning while staying in Putre, Chile. It was majestic. Read about our 3-day 4×4 road trip through Northern Chile’s Altiplano.
I think it was during the first days of our trip. We were in Guatemala having a conversation with Andy and Paulina, another traveling couple from England, when we first heard that the Uyuni Salt Flat Tour was amazing. Bolivia was definitely in our plans but we try not to have an itinerary more than […]
Puerto Madero is the upscale, revitalized port neighborhood in Buenos Aires. After having one of the best steak dinners at Cabaña Las Lilas Restaurants, we went for a walk and captured these photos of Puerto Madero at night.
La Compañía de Jesus was begun in the late 16th century but was almost completely demolished by the earthquake of 1650, then rebuilt and finished 18 years later. La Compañía was built on the site of the Inca Huayna Cápac. There are various works of art housed in La Compañía de Jesus but the […]
We spotted this Zantedeschia Aethiopica during our bike ride from Baños, Ecuador to Puno. It’s commonly referred to as the Lily of the Nile, Calla lily, Easter lily and Arum lily.
This photo was taken at The Wine Museum in Maipu, near Mendoza, Argentina. Most wineries are actually not in the town of Mendoza, but in Maipu, which is a 40 minutes bus ride from the city. Here you can rent a bike for about $7 USD for the day and ride to as many wineries […]