The Beauty of Perito Moreno

After spending almost eight months living in Argentina and backpacking around South America, I decided enough was enough. I needed to see the glaciers in Patagonia no matter what. I booked a flight and headed out the next day from Buenos Aires. A big mistake I made was failing to reserve a dorm room, as … Continue reading The Beauty of Perito Moreno

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Salar de Uyuni: A Journey in Photographs

There are some countries you travel to and love, others that you don't really care for and want to leave right away.  But none are really boring or forgettable, at least to me.  One of my least favorite countries to date has been Bolivia.  It's the third poorest country in Latin America where most roads are … Continue reading Salar de Uyuni: A Journey in Photographs

Bolivia’s Route 36: Not Your Average Bar

"La hoja de coca no es droga" was the slogan on t-shirts and posters everywhere when I was in Bolivia back in 2004.  "Coca leaf is not a drug."  Judging by the plethora of barrels and garbage-bags filled with the stuff everywhere in stores, on street sides, and the little green pieces stuck in locals' yellowing … Continue reading Bolivia’s Route 36: Not Your Average Bar

On Turning 30

Like so many people I know, and I'm sure many I don't, turning thirty is something that has gotten my brain stirred up in a major way.  Tomorrow I will officially leave behind my twenties, and will enter into an age that demands clear-headedness and responsibility.  I'm not sure how well I will fit those expectations I have … Continue reading On Turning 30