We spent only a few days in Uruguay, coming for a long week-end from Buenos Aires, Argentina. We truly enjoyed the small Colonial city of Colonia, and where taken by surprise by Montevideo, who left us with mixed feelings… Continue Reading →
We only covered the southern half of Chile: we started in Puerto Varas, then took the Navimag Cruise from Puerto Montt to Puerto Natales, where we went Trekking the “W” in the Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, and finally headed to Punta Arenas before moving to Ushuaia and Argentina on the Tierra del Fuego. Continue Reading →
We spent one month in Peru in September & October 2007 and discovered the famous highlights of the south of this country: Nazca (Nazca Lines & Cauchilla Cemetery), Arequipa, the Colca Canyon & Cruz del Condor, Cuzco, the Sacred Valley (Pisac, Urubamba, Ollantaytambo, Saqsaywaman) & of course Machu Picchu, Puno & Lake Titicaca (Sillustani, Uros Floating Islands, & the Javari Project). Continue Reading →
We spent one month in Brazil: we crossed the border from Venezuela and started in Manaus. Then we headed for the coast: Recife & Olinda, Salvador de Bahia & Morro de Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and last but not least Sao Paulo. Continue Reading →
We spent 3 weeks in Venezuela in August 2007 and concentrated on the National Parks in the east of the country: the Orinoco Delta, Cainama & Angel Falls and Roraima. Continue Reading →
We toured the northern national parks of Tanzania for one week: Lake Manyara, the Serengeti, the N´gorongoro Crater and Tarangire. Those belong to the most known National Parks in the world and indeed offer an experience of a lifetime! Continue Reading →
We visited twice Senegal: once we focused on Dakar and La Casamance down south (April 2002), the second trip we discovered Saint Louis and the north of the country (April 2004)… Those are the first pictures we shot with a digital camera!
At the end of 2003, we visited West Cuba during two weeks: La Habana, Vinales & the Tobacco Plantations in the West, Trinidad, and finally three days in the tourist ghetto of Varadero. Continue Reading →