South America

South America is the most fascinating and diverse continent that I have visited. During my round trip I explored Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia, Peru and Brazil.

I have been following the trail of the most beautiful and spectacular natural wonders of the continent. I have visited the largest formation of waterfalls in the world, climbed the glacier, discovered the endless salt desert, swam in natural springs of geysers and deal with altitude sickness in the mountains of 5000m above the sea level.

I also had a chance to watch the people, see their customs and experience the culture of the regions. I felt in love with South America with all my heart and out of this love I wrote my first travel book “South America – the path of natural wonders”.

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Bolivian Cholitas and the very weird story of their bowler hats

Bolivian Cholitas and the very weird story of their bowler hats

Cholitas– Bolivians from the Indian Aymara tribe – are what we usually naturally associate with Bolivia in our minds. They look fabulously in their colorful dresses and bowler hats on…
When you stuck between Heaven and Earth on Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

When you stuck between Heaven and Earth on Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

The Bolivian Salar de Uyuni is truly a wonder of nature and also one of the must see places  in South America. I reach it from the Chilean side, and…
The magical city la paz and the pill for the naughty boy

The magical city la paz and the pill for the naughty boy

La Paz was my next stop on the way to Peru. I decided to spend there few days, catch up with the news, have my sleep out but first of…
The total off-road to Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

The total off-road to Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, the biggest salt pan (sometimes called also salty desert) in the world is a goal on its own. It’s not an easy adversary, though. You…
Fitz Roy in Argentina: when you have to deserve to see the beauty of nature

Fitz Roy in Argentina: when you have to deserve to see the beauty of nature

I wake up at 6 AM as ifI had a clock ticking in my head. The real one haven’t even had a chance to ring. I feel like I haven’t…
Rainbow Mountains in Peru - fabulous pics, but shit happens

Rainbow Mountains in Peru - fabulous pics, but shit happens

The Rainbow Mountains are still not a very touristic place. Even only few years ago very few men reached them, after an almost week long trekking, approaching the mountains from…
Lagunas of Atacama Desert - rainbow in the middle of nowhere

Lagunas of Atacama Desert - rainbow in the middle of nowhere

If you ask me, what impressed me the most during my trip to South America – the path of natural wonders  – I can honestly say that my number one is…
On the road - Patagonia in my eyes

On the road - Patagonia in my eyes

„Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road” wrote Jack Kerouac in his book ‘On the road’. For him, being on the road was…
My travel style - South America

My travel style - South America

You ask me quite often what do I take on my trips, even for the ones that are distant and long. Another question concerns dressing like a typical tourist (prepared…
My video from South American Round Trip

My video from South American Round Trip

I would like to share with you my first video from my South American Round Trip – the path of natural wonders ? 2 months – 6 countries and the most…
Boho outfit on Atacama Desert

Boho outfit on Atacama Desert

Boho style is a sumbol of being on the road to me. Floral dresses, mixed patterns and visible jewelry are something that always fits my travel style. Boho style is…
Iguazu Falls: Brazilian or Argentinian - which side is better?

Iguazu Falls: Brazilian or Argentinian - which side is better?

Iguazu Falls was the first place to visit on my long list of natural wonders in South America. Since I’ve came to Buenos Aires from Europe, it was the closest…
Running in South America - how to motivate yourself to reach your goals?

Running in South America - how to motivate yourself to reach your goals?

Before I left to South America (read more HERE), I had given myself a sports challenge to run regularly. It didn’t seem like a spectacular challenge. However, in the context…
Deathless view on Death Valley on Atacama

Deathless view on Death Valley on Atacama

San Pedro de Atacama was my starting point for exploring the Atacama Desert. This small city lies at 2440 m above sea level, so it’s quite a prelude in adjusting…
My place on Atacama Desert

My place on Atacama Desert

I haven’t recommended you any special place to stay for a while. When I travel, I sleep in dozens of hotels or apartments rented on Airbnb. However, the places that…
Trekking on Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentina

Trekking on Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentina

Have you ever wondered what sound does the ice make? Sinister rumblings, powerful and ominous. Such sounds you can hear only on a glacier, when you calm your mind, when…
What do I take for the trip to South America?

What do I take for the trip to South America?

In few hours I have a plane to Buenos Aires, but I am still packing my stuff. The limit of 20 kilograms is definitely too small for 2-mothhs trip :)…
South America Round Trip - the path of natural wonders

South America Round Trip - the path of natural wonders

On February 19th 2017 I’m starting my round trip through South America – the path of natural wonders (Argentina – Uruguay – Chile – Bolivia – Peru), following the trail…

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