Tip for the Coffee Zone of Colombia: Recinto del Pensamiento. An enjoyable excursion past butterflies, birds, bonsai, orchids and sustainable architecture.
Our overland travel photo galleries feature streetart, wildlife, festivals, landscapes, art & architecture, classic cars & more, in posts with more photos than text.
We were pleased to find a multitude of colourful street art styles in Ecuador, from government commissioned murals to spontaneous graffiti.
Here’s a gallery depicting some of the captivating faces we encountered, during the famous Corpus Christi fiesta in Pujilí, to compliment our first post.
The Corpus Christi fiesta of Pujilí in Cotopaxi Province, is famous right across Ecuador. But it is relatively unknown to tourists outside of the country.
Trucks in Peru have colourful art painted on the back doors – occasionally the sides too. They move on all streets – so why not call them ‘street art’?
In this large gallery we have collected 40 photos of the very unique hat styles you will see all through Peru and Bolivia. Many of these hats really amused us.
We are happy with the space our Berta offers. Only when I have to drive a road so narrow that the wheels touch the edge on both sides I wish I could shrink her.
We have been on narrow and dangerous roads before, but the PE-3N was one of the most scary and slow-going main roads we have experienced thus far. [Gallery 30+ photos]
We took the long way from Pisco to Lima and were rewarded with an incredible scenic route through the Andes in the central highlands of Peru. [30+ photos]