As you might know from my blog, I've traveled quite a lot, but I've never seen anything so beautiful as the capeverdian island of Santo Antao. It is nicknamed as a "hiker's paradise", which couldn't be more accurate. I guess just the word paradise itself is the right description. The landscapes are stunning, the views … Continue reading Cabo verde
As we crave the extraordinary, hidden, unknown and slightly bizarre things, we decided to go to a small sleepy town named Lastoursville, somewhere in the Gabon rainforest, to find a large complex of caves with yellow (?!) crocodiles. No need to tell you that a trustworthy information is extremely hard to find, which further approves … Continue reading How to overcome your limits 3x in one day? Go to a hidden cave in the middle of Gabon rainforest!
Arriving to Malawi from Tanzania We were arriving from Mbeya, Tanzania, as you can read in my previous post. Our destination in Malawi was Livingstonia, a small town in the mountains near the lake Malawi. Particularly we were heading to the Mushroom farm, an eco-lodge situated up in the mountains near Machemwe village. Once we … Continue reading Travel guide: Malawi
Iguazú falls was the most magnificent, impressive, amazing, beautiful, wonderful, astonishing, spectacular and awesome place I have ever been to. If you are hesitating or deciding whether visit it or not-go there, I guarantee that you won't regret. Iguazú waterfalls lie on the river Iguazú on the Argentina-Brazil-Paraguay border. Many little islands cause the fall … Continue reading Iguazú falls
If you are travelling around Brazilian region Rio grande do Sul... If you like hidden, not well known places... If you like not well known places hidden even to Brazilians... If you like natural wonders... If you like adventure... ...Go to Itaimbezinho canyon! Itaimbezinho canyon in southern Brazil was part of our Uruguay-Brazil-Argentina trip we … Continue reading Itaimbezinho canyon
houghWe went to Uruguay during our Argentina-Uruguay-Brazil-Argentina trip in December 2015. We started in Montevideo and then went to spend the New year at the beach to La Pedrera. Montevideo We got to Montevideo by boat from Buenos Aires. From the port in BA to MV it's some 2 more hours by bus, which is … Continue reading Uruguay