south america

Retro Perspective Colombia

Colombia after after 3 month in Colombia and now more than 6 month outside from Colombia. It is a mix of interdisciplinary, biological, geographical and anthropological type analyses … quoting a good friend from Bolivia.

Retro Perspective Paraguay

After 6 months of exploration in Paraguay, we have decided to continue our exploration in Bolivia.
Here are a few of our thoughts and impressions of Paraguay. Traveling like that with a goal in mind has been very enriching – we have been learning many practical things we want to use for our own project in the future and even more things we don’t want to have to deal with :-) Absolutely priceless experiences!

Facts about the Amazon rainforest

The Amazon rainforest, covering much of northwestern Brazil and extending into Colombia, Peru and other South American countries, is the world’s largest tropical rainforest, famed for its immense biodiversity. It’s crisscrossed with thousands of rivers, the most exceptional being the powerful Amazon.

Santa Cruz de la Sierra in Bolivia

After having spent some month living in the mountain village of Samaipata and exploring the region and the surrounding valleys in the Yungas, we decided that we had enough of the humid cold nights and the too strong sunshine during the day there and moved to the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra.

Rurrenabaque

Rurrenabaque in the tropical region of Bolivia is a little village which is often mentioned as the door to the amazon.

Wild Bolivia

Bolivia – It remains the continent’s least populated country. It’s the forgotten jewel of South America, its geographical, cultural and energetic center. Oblivion and underdevelopment -burdens that have forced half of the Bolivians to live outside their country- has its curious advantages. Ecologically speaking, Bolivia is one of the least devastated and exploited countries in the world. It preserves 85% of its original vegetation coverage.

Best of Paraguay photos

Enjoy the best of Paraguay photos within the last 4 month in here. Paraguay is a landlocked country in the heart of South America. It’s bordered by Brazil to the east and northeast, Bolivia to the northwest and Argentina to the south and southwest. We have been traveling an exploring mainly the south and southwest of the country so far.