My favourite part of my Canon ELPH3000? The miniature setting. I love miniature anything. Above in a street view of Valparaiso Chile.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
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
Chaxa Lagoon is located in Los Flamencos National Reserve in Northern Chile – precisely in the Region of San Pedro de Atacama. The Salar de Atacama is the largest salt flat in Chile and the high concentrations of salt and lack of rain in the area result in the rough and rigid look of the surface. But underneath is where the beauty liesRead More
Photo of the Week: Grave in Santiago de Chile
In the centre of the bustling city of Santiago de Chile you find a hill. And on this hill there is a park. And in this park there is Cementary. And in this Cementary there are these flowers on a grave.
Travel History: 2011
2011 is divided. I spent the first 4 months completing my undergraduate degree in Ottawa, Canada. I only made it out of the city during my Reading Week and headed to Mount Tremblant, Quebec to snowboard. In February I accepted a job in Buenos Aires, Argentina and moved there in May. I stayed in my position until December 2011 and then began traveling South America for the last leg of 2011 and into 2012. So Far – I’ve had an incredible year. Spending 8 months in 2011 in South America learning Spanish, meeting so many incredible people both working and traveling, and getting a new understanding of myself and knowledge that I want to return to school for my Masters degree.Read More