Galapagos Island Facts
As names go, it’s one of the lip-twirling best: the blue footed booby.
As wildlife sightings
IN THE CLOUD FORESTS
The cloud forests of Ecuador are not awash with colour. Instead, they pick a single one and run with
A Dramatic Welcome to the Viceroy Riviera Maya
A priest. A still-beating heart. Blood flowing down sacrificial steps until
Colombia And The C Word
Before I open my eyes, I think I can smell the rain outside. It’s early, very early, but the joy
If travel teaches you anything, it is this: that one man’s hangover-inducing, paint-stripping, memory-erasing spirit
Hiking and Ice Climbing in Patagonia
I know before I unzip the tent that I will find ice outside. I know, because
High in the Andes, our little boat jolts unevenly as it battles with Lake Titicaca’s choppy waves. The sky is overcast
Remember the age old riddle: what’s black and white and red all over?*
That’s what Quito’s Mercado San Francisco
Over one hundred and eighty metres below the ground, in the cool shadows of Colombia, lies the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira.
Christopher Colombus. One nation's hero, one continent's despair. Endless generations of schoolyard amusement when English
Quito: The Highest Capital
In a quiet corner on a dusty shelf in the highest capital city on earth, the tip of a paintbrush
Tula Mexico Statues
Years ago, before Mexico had the borders we know today, the Aztecs ruled. Before that, the Toltecs
When it comes to Quito, Ecuador has the kind of problem countries like to have: a kaleidoscope of world class things
This luscious and green travel update follows on from The Cloud Forests of Ecuador
We're Cycling in the Air...