south america

Destination Ecuador: The Secret Garden in Cotopaxi

Destination Ecuador: The Secret Garden in Cotopaxi

Myy precious! Been on the run chasing sunsets and odd ball hostels / locations to sleep in. This one takes the cake, check out my experience staying 20km from one of the most active volcanoes in South America in a HOBBIT HOUSE! Yes, there are plenty of photos for you skimmers out there. ;)

Obrigado, Brazil

Made it from Chile to Brazil! Celebrated Carnaval the only way I know how! Then traveled from there to Salta, and four days later I'm in Bolivia. Carnaval has gotten the best of me but here is a little taste of what I have been up to. With much more to come. Happy Valentines day to all you lovers out there!

A tale of two cities: Santiago & Valparaiso

A tale of two cities: Santiago & Valparaiso

4 days here, 4 days there, 4 am flight to Brazil. The sights, the feels, and the drinks of Santiago and Valparaiso! After a month all of the galavanting I got to stay pretty local for a week and it's about to take a turn for the crazy again. Check out the post, and don't forget to comment, I want to know what you think of my last idea! Thanks for reading! Cheers and stay wild!

The "W" Trek : West to East

The "W" Trek : West to East

The "W" trek is one of the most popular hikes in Patagonia. There are several different ways that the W can be done directional and time wise, but this is the way I found to be the most enjoyable (but I am biased). If you are thinking of heading to Torres del Paine, feel free to shoot me any questions! 

Patagonia!

Patagonia!

An American, an Aussie, a Kiwi and a Brit walk into a national park, no it's not a joke. We just completed a 5 day and 4 night trek through Patagonia on the famous "W" trek! 83 miles and one smelly pair of shoes later, I'm back to crappy internet connection. Find out what I think the best part of traveling in this blog post! Stay Wild!