Latin America is enormous and you can easily spend over half a year to explore the surroundings. After I graduated for my tourism degree I wandered around for 7 months, starting in Argentina and finishing in Mexico, and I brought my camera to capture the wonderful views.
In seven months time I traveled more than 40.000 kilometers in Latin America, by bus, train, car, plane, boat and foot. I visited Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Brazil, Costa Rica, Panama, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico and took pictures of the beautiful surroundings that crossed my path. In Patagonia I hiked the Torres del Paine, in Bolivia I tasted the salt flats, in Peru I went to Machupicchu by motorcycle, in Brazil I fished Piranhas for diner and spotted a jaguar in the swamp, in Panama I got my PADI diving certification for beginners and in Honduras I got advanced, in Costa Rica I saw the world’s biggest turtle exploring the beach, in Nicaragua I surfed the ocean’s waves and climbed the Concepcion volcano, in Guatemala I swam through dark caves with a candle and in Mexico I recovered from Dengue and felt way to much at home. With other words, a journey that produced a beautiful memory of photos:
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