The beauty of Chile being such a long country is that is crosses so many geographic belts so you really get all worlds in one place. After leaving Pucon, I began journeying deeper into the Lakes District. You have to see this place!
I could wax lyrical about this place until the cows come home, but what they say about a picture speaking a thousand words is so true when it comes to Tibet. Here are some photos from the 6 days I spent there. If you’re moderately interested in visiting this jewel of a place, now is the time – the Chinese are constructing up a storm there and I fear it won’t be the same for much longer.
I’m going to try and do something different with this post – instead of waxing lyrical about how amazing Mongolia is, i’m going to show you in the form of a photo journal. Hope you like it!
I spent 9 days in Central Mongolia and the Gobi and my expectations were met on day one and exceeded everyday after that!
The internet is full of blogs, tips and tricks on how to book the cheapest flight. They all go along the lines of ‘book on a Tuesday’ or ‘delete your cookies if you’re doing multiple searches’, etc. Mom, if you’re reading this, a ‘cookie’ is dark magic.
Being on a strict budget for this trip, I thoroughly understand why the business of finding the cheapest flight is an important one, and I risk sounding like a hypocrite typing this article, but here goes anyway.