17/03/19 Better late than never eh? If you wonder just five minutes from the centre of Oaxaca, you can escape the tourists and find these charming pastel streets. The atmosphere was mundane and peaceful, and I would take that over the teeming squares and markets any day.
12/03/2019 A lot of good personalities lurking around this market.
11/03/19 This is how my evenings looked for the past ten days
08/03/2019 I finally left Brazil. I followed my stomach on a 24 hour journey north to Mexico City, and then another 2 hours back south to Mèrida, in the Yucatan. Before I began to fully immerse myself within the incredible food of this region, I thought I should squeeze in a bit of nature first, […]
February 2019 Roça – a land to be cultivated. Upon arriving at Lano Alto you must fend off the local muts and follow the grassy path to the left of the wood workshop to an unassuming door. This is the cheese cave. Upon entering you are met with a potent aroma of damp walls and […]
03/02/19 Nicknamed ‘Ubachuva’ (‘chuva’ means rain in Portuguese) – for obvious reasons.
27/01/19 A short bus from Paraty and a 15 minute speed boat brought me to the most idyllic location yet, largely down to its seclusion and secrecy. There is no phone connection and there are no roads. The only way to reach it is by boat or kayak and then you’re off the grid. The […]
24/01/19 This January I returned to Brazil to fully immerse myself in the beach life in the state of Rio de Janeiro. I had another two weeks in the city (I was there in November) before beginning my journey south. My general direction would take me back to the farm in Catuçaba; my little slice […]
31/12/18 Sending 2018 off down a quiet alley. And leaving it there.
29/12/18 It was a bit of a schlep to get to, but the Bahá’í temple for South America is a sight to behold. It is hidden away in the mountains, and you can only see the building when you arrive at the entrance. On days where there is no smog the view of the city […]