Im a 20yo photography student from Manchester, UK, im travelling solo around South America for the next six months! check out my adventure full of photography, as i make my way through Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Brazil!

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Latest Blog Posts for Mancunian in South America

  • Adam
    on May 4, 2010 in Uncategorized
    On Wednesday night, whilst adam was flying over the Atlantic, I went to see two of Brazil’s biggest football teams play at the nearby¬†Maracana stadium, Flamengo vs Corinthians. The team we were rooting for, and the team local to Rio, was the F...
  • BA
    on Apr 27, 2010 in Uncategorized
    I ended up skipping out puerto madryn, a) because I didn’t fancy the 32 hour bus trip and b) it saved me a lot of money to just fly straight up to Buenos Aires (BA), which is a city I’ve been dieing to get to for ages! I spent the first d...
  • Patagonia
    on Apr 17, 2010 in Uncategorized
    I stayed in Melipueco the night after my swim and the next morning I headed into Conguillo national park again. I hitch-hiked with a couple of locals to the park entrance, they were adventure tour guides and organised canopy tours in the forests in a...
  • Southbound
    on Mar 27, 2010 in Uncategorized
    We spent a few lazy days in Iquique, it had a nice colonial walkway from back in the day, zak was loving it and so was I for a few days, it was in Iquique that I began longing for the countryside, having spent much of our time in deserts and cities.
  • through Bolivia into Chile
    on Mar 13, 2010 in Uncategorized
    After returning to Arequipa and dropping off the police chief, Carlos, we organised the trip to Puno to see the floating islands on lake titicaca! We took the bus and arrived at stupid o’clock in the morning as per usual and went straight to be...
  • On the road‚Ķ
    on Mar 1, 2010 in Uncategorized
    After a work filled final week in Ollantaytambo, I left the mammoth meals of potato and rice and hit the open road! Before my departure I spent the extra week I stayed sharing the homestay with Norm and Lulu, two 79 year olds from California with the...
  • Update
    on Feb 9, 2010 in Uncategorized
    It seems like I’ve not updated in a while, so ill let you know what I’ve been up to during my penultimate week in Ollantaytambo. A few days ago I went with the Awamaki president – Kennedy to ‘survey flood damage’, kenned...
  • Same old
    on Jan 31, 2010 in Uncategorized
    So things are getting back to normal in quiet old Ollanta, the rivers gone down in size and a temporary bridge is in place. After all the excitement I forgot just how eventless day to day life can be here. Although I’m happy all the dramas over...
  • Urubamba
    on Jan 31, 2010 in Uncategorized
    I walked into Urubamba which is where i have my spanish lessons in the morning, they got hit really bad! the River urubamba seems to have reduced a lot in size now and the panic of further floods has passed. ill update with some posts non-related to...
    on Jan 26, 2010 in Uncategorized
    well its officially been announched that the cuzco region is in a state of emergency! very exciting. helicopters have been rescuing people stranded at machu picchu and taking aid to those stranded. today the bridge connecting the residential area im...
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