It is no secret that there is something very special about Oaxaca. The vibrant and colonial streets are a delight. Ponder the culture at Monte Alban, browse the fascinating food markets, feast on gourmet or sumptuous street food, enjoy a street festival and then the round off the evening in a Mezcal bar. IfContinue reading “Oaxaca”
The worlds biggest cave is 9km long, 200 meters high and so wide that a jumbo jet fit inside with space to spare. I read about this cave a few years ago when a joint British/Vietnamese team surveyed the whole cave system and published the most amazing photographs of the inside alongside the story ofContinue reading “Paradise & Good Luck at Phong Nha”
Arguably Vietnam’s most evocative Cham site; certainly it’s most famous.
Surely one of the most impressive sights in South America? Eleanor Roosevelt commented upon her first sight of Iguazu, “poor Niagara”. I can see what she meant.
It’s a long, long way to San Agustín.
Just when you think it can’t get any better, we spent a day in Abel Tasman National Park!