rainbow mountain in photos


With a maximum altitude of over 5000m, this 6 hour hike was intense. Rainbow Mountain, known locally as Vinicunca, is everything and more that you see in the many photos of it. The hike both to and from this ‘highlight’ was unexpectedly incredible, with colours appearing and disappearing as the light changed. I took so […]

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the quilotoa loop in photos


The Quilotoa Loop is an independent, multi-day village-to-village hike based around the Quilotoa, about 4 hours by bus from Quito (Quito>Latacunga>Quilotoa). Though many people visit Quilotoa Crater on a day trip, I can highly recommend doing at least an overnight on the loop. There is so much to see in the surrounding area. After staying […]

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sheep river falls in photos


Just another quick one to share some photos from our adventure at Sheep River Falls – my first peep into the Rockies! The water is freezing but sitting by the river on the pebbles in the sun was an awesome way to spend an afternoon. My tip is to head downstream a little where you’re more likely […]

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drumheller in photos


Oh, Canada! I’m in the land of maple. I arrived in Calgary, Alberta about three weeks ago, and after a couple of days there to beat jet-lag (tip: don’t even bother spending half a day in Calgary – it’s really not worth your time), I started WWOOFing in the foothills of the Rockies. More to come on […]

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bushranger’s bay in photos

Bushranger's Bay

For anyone who wants a walk + a secluded beach, look no further than Bushranger’s Bay on the Mornington Peninsula. It’s an easy one hour return walk from Boneo Rd carpark. The weather didn’t cooperate with me on the day and it lightly rained on my walk, but cleared a little just before I arrived at the beach. […]

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