You know that feeling of dancing like no-one’s watching? The freedom to absent-mindedly move to the music however you want, as if you were alone in your bedroom. Except you’re in a room full of other people doing the same thing. […]
Some people asked me why I chose Buenos Aires as the final destination of my South American trip.Geographically, perhaps, it didn’t make the most sense. […]
Straddling the Brazilian and Argentinian border is one of the most spectacular set of waterfalls in the world: Iguassu. […]
Rio is a city of stories: some joyous, some tragic. At times you can feel the vibrancy and danger in the air of this dramatic, sun-drenched, panoramic place, hanging like the heaviness before it starts to thunder. […]
The desert is where Chile really came into its own for me.
After a 24 hour bus ride from Santiago, we arrived, tired and in need of a nutritious meal after the copious crisps and cheese snacks we’d eaten during the journey. […]