This was an incredible way to say goodbye to Bolivia after an incredible 3 months (4 if you count last year). I love this country beyond words! For my the final leg of my Bolivian journey, I visited Copacabana and Isla Del Sol. Continue reading “Copacabana & Isla Del Sol, Bolivia”
The Iguazu Falls are one of many reasons why I chose South America. Maybe a year and half ago, when my life was still normal, I remember googling amazing places to visit. When I came across images of the falls, I looked at my now ex-boyfriend and said “I want to go here”. The images stood out in my mind ever since. My third and final day at Iguazu Falls did not disappoint. Continue reading “Iguazu Falls, Argentina”
For day 2 of my Iguazu adventures, I actually did not go to “the” falls. Instead I chose to take a day to wander Senedero Macuco. A nature trail which takes about an hour to reach the solo Salta Arrechea waterfall. This is the one place in the park where visitors have the opportunity to swim. The trail also provides an opportunity for viewing wildlife like capuchin monkeys, rare birds, lizards, unusual insects and masses of butterflies.
I spent three days exploring Iguazu Falls and it’s subtropical rainforest surroundings. This place can be described as nothing short of magical. “Magical” seems to be the only word I can find that comes close to describing my time here. Each of my three days was an incredibly unique experience. For this reason, I need to do a separate post about each day here. I begin on day 1, by exploring the Brazilian side of the falls. Continue reading “Iguazu Falls, Brazilian Side”
I have been in Puerto Natales, Chile for Several days now. I am going to try to do two posts today to catch everyone up on what I’ve done here. It’s been pretty incredible. On my first day here, I took a lovely, leisurely boat tour to two glaciers. I met lovely people on the boat, and saw some incredible things. This post is going to be more images than words. Continue reading “Balmaceda and Serrano Glacier Tour”