My favourite photos from Rajasthan, India

Top ten photos taken during my travels through Rajasthan, India

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Finding Pushkar’s magic

When I was heading to Pushkar I had pretty high expectations. I had people messaging me from home saying, “Pushkar is the best!”, “Pushkar was my favourite!” and “I could have spent weeks in Pushkar!”. So naturally I thought Pushkar was going to be pretty great. I arrived in the afternoon off a government bus…

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Bolivia’s crazy landscapes

It’s probably one of South America’s most popular tourist destinations and a trip to Bolivia is incomplete without a tour there. The mind boggling, vast landscape of Southern Bolivia incorporates things such as geysers, volcanoes, rock formations, lakes, salt flats and natural hot springs. An area only accessible by 4WD and with no sign of…

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The birthplace of the sun

The indigenous people believe that the sun was created on Lake Titicaca and and you could definitely feel the strength of its rays on the largest high altitude lake in the world at 3808m. Lake Titicaca straddles the border of Peru and Bolivia and is now the main crossing point for backpackers between the two…

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Santa Cruz Trek

Before you roll your eyes and think “another trek?!”, be aware that this was the last one for the time being! Just to prove again how much I love hiking, I turned around and went back to the north of Peru again and spent 24 hours on a bus to get to a city called…

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Hiking the Quilotoa Loop

“Tricky but rewarding” were the words Lonely Planet used. I was determined to do it independently anyway. I found a lot of useful information on some other blog posts people had written plus the few hostels at each of the villages around the loop also had informative websites. The ‘loop’ is actually a rough road…

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