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Iguazu and Iguaçu

Saturday, 15 Nov 2008 | Views [674]

There`s these really big waterfalls right on the borders of Brasil, Paraguay and Argentina.  They`re called Iguazu or Iguaçu depending on whether you`re in Portugese speaking territory (Brasil, folks) or Spanish speaking lands - like Argentina, say.... Read more >

Gallery: Iguazu Falls

Tuesday, 11 Nov 2008 | Photo Gallery

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Gallery: Rio de Janeiro

Saturday, 8 Nov 2008 | Photo Gallery

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Rio de Janeiro

Thursday, 6 Nov 2008 | Views [1322]

I must admit i was a little bit tentative as we arrived in Rio. Ange`s past stories of getting mugged as well as the OTHER stories you hear and then of course there was that lovely heart warming film ¨City of God¨. The city did have a bit of a reputation.... Read more >

The B.O.A.T

Tuesday, 4 Nov 2008 | Views [575]

The Backgammon On Amazon Tournament, that is!  The winner ~ in a demolishing kinda way... was me.  Backgammon tournaments, cards, beverages and hammock swinging is pretty much the pace of life on the Amazon.  After a series of buses and a rather ... Read more >

Gallery: Boat on the Amazon

Tuesday, 4 Nov 2008 | Photo Gallery

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Wednesday, 22 Oct 2008 | Views [674] | Comments [1]

The camera is alive!! How? We´re not quite sure. Glad? Yes we are. Ok so after Angel falls we still could not get the camera to work. The tried and trusted approach of banging it on the side just wasn´t working, after that we were pretty stuffed ... Read more >

The Day the Camera Died

Wednesday, 22 Oct 2008 | Views [528]

Ladies and Gentlemen. We´re gathered here today to say a sad farewell to our dear companion Mr Olympus Shockproof Waterproof. Accompanying us on every adventure from great altitudes (6088m above sea level - Bolivia) to the mysterious depths (6m ... Read more >



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