Anke (@ankeroosendans) — • Belgian girl with a love for high waisted skirts • loves traveling / writing / pretty buildings / photography • currently in 🇧🇴
Baby llama’s in the Reserva Eduardo Avaroa...just back from a four day trip from Tupiza to Uyuni, admiring some otherworldly views: mountains, volcanoes, lakes, hot springs, geysers, the reserve has it all. These two baby llamas were jumping at the shore of Laguna Colorada, way too curious to be good.
Day two of the Maragua crater hike. The views were incredible..where I first was afraid to have too many issues breathing, it turned out not to be a problem at all! We (a diverse bunch of solo travellers) decided to do the trek by ourselves, without paying for a tour, and it definitely paid off...breathtaking - hehe - views around every corner, a bunch of colors I would never have imagined, a faithfully following dog and a bunch of dinosaur footprints in the middle of nowhere. What an experience!
Another new blogpost ✨ I need to start writing faster, because I’m not even a month away of my next adventure and I still have a ton of Travel Journal stories left... This post is about Mocoa, searching for a waterfall called ‘The End of the World’, enjoying doing nothing at all, limping around and celebrating one Mexican bdayboy! Read more? Check link in bio 🔝🔝
And yessss, a new blogpost on the blog! ✨ Link in bio 🔝!! Read more about a bit of off the beaten track travel in Colombia: while @mr_bichoraro was making his way to Mocoa in three days, I spend the time visiting ancient burial sites in Tierradentro and trying to hike my way up to El Aguacate. Badly hurting myself on the way...
I needed to share this pictures of Cadiz as well...the first time I visited this city, I came to visit my friend German and he showed me all around the city. Needless to say that I fell in love with it after the first seconds I arrived. Even then I knew I would come back, to walk around and soak in all the history of the place. My last visit was spent like that: wandering around the city, getting lost in its small streets.