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Tupiza – the wild-west town of Bolivia

Tupiza is a dusty, wild-west Bolivian town. It is surrounded by gorgeous red mountains, desert and cactus. It is a city in Potosi Department. It has an elevation of about 3160 m and the population is around 25.000. The climate is mild year-round, with most of the rain falling between November and March. From June […]


Video: La Bomba de Tiempo, Buenos Aires

Here’s a quick video clip of La Bomba de Tiempo (‘timebomb’), an incredible drum ensemble based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The first part of the video show the warm-up group, and the second part is the main La Bomba de Tiempo band. Unfortunately my camera ran out of batteries after a minute or so, but […]


Street art in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Walking around the centre of Buenos Aires the other night, I spotted this fabulous example of Argentinian street art.


Iguazu Falls, Argentina

With the flooding of the Guaíra Falls between Brazil & Paraguay in 1982, the mighty Iguazu falls currently has the greatest average annual flow of any waterfall in the world. You can view my photo slideshow of Iguazu Falls here, and my Iguazu Falls video here. The entire Iguazu waterfall system consists of 275 waterfalls […]


Video: Iguazu Falls, Argentina

Here’s a short video I have put together of the clips I took at Iguazu Falls on the Argentina/Brazil border. With the flooding of the Guaíra Falls between Brazil & Paraguay in 1982, the mighty Iguazu falls currently has the greatest average annual flow of any waterfall in the world. Links You can view my […]


Video: Patagonia – in the land of mountains and dulce de leche

Patagonia is the southern region of South America. Located in Argentina and Chile, it comprises the southernmost portion of the Andes mountains to the west and south, and plateaux and low plains to the east. It is a spectacular place. I visited there in May and unfortunately it was impossible to travel further south for […]


Salta, Argentina

Arriving in the warm and sunny Salta climate after the Bolivian Altiplano was a huge relief. It felt like re-entering Europe after a trip to the moon. Salta’s a medium-sized town in North West Argentina (View map) with about 500,000 inhabitants. It lies in the Lerma Valley, 1,152 meters above sea level, at the foothills […]



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