Nicaragua Srinagar marketplace 800 years later Carretera Austral Los hijos de altiplano Laguna Verde Laguna Colorado Taj Mahal Bienvenido a Colombia! Tools Weeeee!!!! Hemis Monastery O2 El Maestro The Estrada Real Maggie Noodles! Riding the roof of the world Mas practica The lost city Fill ‘er up! Visiting with Coco Rhotang La El Amatillo Museo de las Momias The world’s largest salar Todo sur Quelap Steps of Lapa Haunchaco Baralacha La The walled city Bring on the curry! Banos Leaving the Altiplano Cartagena Lago Atitlan Jumping the Darien Gap San Vicente Ancient Mayan cities Floating Village Maranon River Little bridges and big gorges Canyon of the duck Iguacu! A stormy Torres del Paine Khardung La Mooney Falls Ecuador La Posta Splash! Hanuman temple Royal Enfield

Photo Roulette


With a flow rate that can reach 450,000 cubic ft per second there’s some serious water passing over these magnificent falls. Foz do Iguacu, Parana, Brazil

Mooney Falls

Peering over the ~200 foot drop of Mooney Falls. Mooney Falls, Havasupai Falls, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA

Baralacha La

After a delay at the checkpoint waiting for last night’s snow to be cleared we make our way over our first 5,000 meter pass. Baralacha La, Ladakh Region, India


Not much oxygen at 14,000 feet. Pang, Ladakh, India

The walled city

The walls protecting Cartagena from pirate attacks. Life in the centro. Centro – Cartagena, Colombia

El Amatillo

The infamous El Amatillo border crossing at the frontera of El Salvador and Honduras. I actually had a pretty good experience here so I can’t complain.


Crossing into another hemisphere!

800 years later

The abandoned structures at Ta Prohm temple seem helpless in the path of the advancing jungle, I’m overcome with a sense of insignificance as I roam the ancient grounds. Ta Prohm Temple, Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia