ce·vi·che /səˈvēCHā/ – A South American dish of marinated raw fish or seafood, typically garnished and served as an appetizer.
I’ve tried both Peruvian Ceviche and Mexican Ceviche. So who wins in this South American Seafood Showdown?Read More
When you visit Easter Island, the first thing that comes to mind is the Moai. Moai, Moai everywhere. And correct – they are. I saw them at sunrise, I saw them at sunset. I explored the creation grounds and I wandered among toppled Moai. I felt energy expelling from some of the Moai and sat at a magnetic rock. I had done almost everything I could do with the Moai. So I decided it was time to see Easter ISLAND and not just their token attribute. It was time to go horseback riding.Read More
Bolivia is truly beautiful. And one of its best assets are the landscapes; The open space; The colours of nature, mountains and plains. Bolivia has some of the most surreal high-altitude scenery. The country has everything; Mountains, Volcanoes, Salt Flats, Plains, Lagunas, and Flamingos. To share with you the feeling of freedom I felt standing in the middle of this for 4 days during my Salar de Uyuni tour, here is a photo diary of Bolivian landscapes.Read More
Each Tuesday, Chrystal-Clear will be giving the blogging rights to one of her travelling friends. These aren’t other world nomads, travel bloggers, or travel writers. These are my friends who are willing to share some of their travel experiences be it a weekend getaway, 2 week vacation, or a job placement. I wanted to shine the spotlight on all the people in my life who in one way or another have involved travel in theirs. So here is my travelling friends: Sebastián Koch writing about his home country: Chile.Read More
You shouldn’t believe everything you hear. This saying always pops up AFTER you’ve done something stupid. Today was no exception. As I was intermittently going between my hammock, the fruit smoothie bar, and the pool in the desert oasis of Huacachina Peru, I started to talk with the waitress. She laughed at my Argentinian accented Spanish and then divulged a Peruvian secret to me: Coca-Cola is the Peruvian Tanning Lotion.Read More
Lake Titicaca was one of my favourite places in Peru. It was peaceful sitting at the edge of the Isla del Sol and looking out into the blues of the surrounding.Read More
sometimes you see woman in traditional wear on islands in the middle of a far away island and you know they dress that way when the tourists aren’t around. But then you go to an Alpaca Museum in the middle of a modern city and KNOW they are dressed for the cameras. Is it right?Read More