Looking back on my two months in Latin America, there is just so much happiness that floods through me.
It was such an incredible time – a time of adventure, activity, friendship, and many. many smiles.
As well as my wrap up video above, I thought I’d share some of my favourite photos from my trip.
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Rio de Janeiro: Beautiful Brazilian beaches, even more beautiful people, a whole lot of colour and fun.
This wonderful place was the last destination on my two month Latin America trip – and what a place to end.
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I can’t begin to tell you how excited I was to visit Iguazu Falls, one of the New7 Wonders of Nature.
Lying on the border of Argentina and Brazil, the falls are made up of between 150-300 smaller waterfalls, depending on the water level.
It has a total length of 2.7km, the longest drop is about 82m, and the average flow rate is 1756 cubic metres per second.
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With an extra day in Buenos Aires, it was suggested that we could maybe, you know, just pop over to Uruguay for the day.
It’s a popular, short, cheap trip – and you get to tick a new country off your list, explore a new atmosphere, and enjoy a day out while you’re at it.
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Oh Argentina, you won me over instantly.
With the beautiful architecture, delicious food, sultry wines, and sexy tango, I think Buenos Aires is a strong competitor for the City of Love – move over, Paris.
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The Amazon Jungle.
A wilderness region with a reputation to boot.
One of the largest expanses of jungle in the world – however, it’s being depleted and destroyed by the day (But that’s a story for another day).
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Bucket lists all over the world have these two words on them: “Machu Picchu”
And for good reason.
One of the Wonders of the World, it’s a – excuse me – bloody incredible sight to see.
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If I had a written out bucket list (I really must do that) completing a trek along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu would definitely be on there.
Luckily, when I was in Peru, I got to do just that.
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The heart of the Inca’s agricultural setting and important ceremonial region, the Sacred Valley is not only beautiful, but an important part of Peru.
It’s incredible to walk around the valley and see the cut out farming steps along the mountainsides – these farming techniques of the Incans are still in practice and make for a great view.
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Cusco, at an altitude of 3,400m, is mainly known as the gateway to the Inca Trail and other Incan sites, but it’s not only that.
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