Large fluffy snowflakes filled the morning sky as we woke on Christmas morning. During the night snow had fallen and everything had turned white.
Everything that you could imagine a small mountain town would be in winter, just in time to celebrate Christmas
Step back into a by gone era of Colonial rule of Brazil. The old shipping warehouses first converted into housing for locals and now into shops, bars and restaurants. The old part of town is closed to motorised vehicles which is great being able to walk around exploring the beautiful buildings.
Yes, I fell in love with a country. Never before have I felt bereft as I left a country before. Although this is not the country of my birth or ancestors, I felt a deep connection. My other WordPress blog (traveladventureswithjules) goes into more details if you are interested but here are some of the …
Highlights from my short stay in Buenos Aires, Argentina
I am fortunate that I have been able to start my dream of traveling and exploring
Yes, I have a blog already but this is for my photography. It will have the photographs that I take on my travel adventures plus challenges I will set each month. The hope is that I will increase my knowledge and skills in this amazing craft.
It is hot and dry during the dry season and you guessed it raining and wet in the wet season. There are only two seasons in this region, wet and dry. is the excerpt for another post.
A majestic display of Mother Nature at her finest. Igauzu Falls is must do holiday destination. Having the opportunity to see the falls from both the Argentine and Brazilian sides, it is incredible to witness the sheer volume of water flowing over the falls.