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Reflections and Frustrations: Crossing the Border from Peru to Bolivia

Peru was a hard country to leave. We’d had three whole months in which to explore its diverse and beautiful landscapes, enjoy its delicious array of culinary options, experience the vibrance and energy of its colourful festivals, and interact with its race of (mostly) warm and welcoming citizens. We’d been able to tick off some incredible […]

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In Photos: Exploring the Labyrinthine Streets of Granada’s Albayzín

I first visited Granada in early 2007.  Stu’s father was currently living in the small (there are just 256 inhabitants) Spanish village of Murchas, located in the Lecrín valley, just 32 kilometres from the city. We spent the week skiing up in the nearby Sierra Nevada mountains, visiting the Alhambra, eating some delicious home-cooked Spanish food, […]

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Very Inspiring Blogger Award

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve been nominated for the Very Inspiring Blog Award by Marissa Sutera of Little Things Travel Blog, a website “for travelers and dreamers who believe in the little things in life” – hence the name! I was incredibly inspired by her Tour Your Hometown series, and was very honoured to […]

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