We visited the Iguazu Falls towards the end of November 2015. We knew these were one of the largest waterfalls but to witness them from up close was truly remarkable. After a 17 hour bus journey from Buenos Aires we arrived at Puerto Iguazu and quickly made our way to the Falls on the Argentina side. You can feel the sheer force of water that flows through such a big river in great intensity. Read more
Let me start with the best picture of the Uyuni trip. This was taken seconds before sunset on Day 1 on the Salt Flats. The sun goes so low and the hexagonal salt rings reflect the sun's yellow light so beautifully. One of the only few places on earth where you can see the horizon so clearly on land.
Today we spent time exploring the streets of Valparaiso in Chile, as a part of the walking tour. Here are some beautiful pictures for you to enjoy. Read more
ALMA is the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array located in Northern Chile. Situated on the thin, dry air of the Atacama desert, 5000 meters above sea level, this is the ideal place to set up the world's largest array of Radio Telescopes. Although located in Chile it is a worldwide collaboration with three organisations leading the way - European Southern Observatory (ESO) (Europe), U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) (USA) and National Institutes of Natural Sciences (NINS) (Japan).