Rio Silaco, Cajamarca, Peru – First Descent

Tired from a morning of goodbyes after an epic 27 days on the Marañón, Richard and I regularly awoke to find ourselves mid air only to come crashing back down onto the backseat of the van that we were flying up the mountain in. It only took 3 hours to get to Cutervo, but it…

A visit to Tassie with an old friend

I haven’t updated this blog in quite some time. Over 6 months… I just didn’t feel like writing, but now i do, so here are some stories to fill the gaps! Apologies for spelling mistakes, no time for review on my little blog 🙂 The end of 2016 saw me unexpectedly whisked home to Australia…

A surprise trip to Tassie

It’s as much of a surprise for me as for anyone else; but I will be back for a visit to Australia next week. Here I was happily ready to get settled for working the next 4 months in Canada, (living in a real house, with real bed and a hot shower!!); when my friend…

Life is funny: A little story from Patagonia.

Some of you might remember my post ‘Chasing Millionaires’ from last year, those that don’t, This is a brief summary: After a series of random events, realising we were very close by, I tried contact Douglas Tompkins (Conservationist,  Founder of North Face & Espirit) but was left standing there with a toothbrush in my mouth, watching his…

A heap of photos from Chile!

Chile was stunning once again. I could have easily spent a few more months in Patagonia, but there’s too much happening up here in Peru. For now, here’s a whole heap of photos.Some of the memorable stories and an update on some super cool project developments will follow another day. Special thanks to Rok and Žan from…