Rediscovering the Infamous Pompeii in Italy 

​"And the walls kept tumbling down In the city that we love Grey clouds roll over the hills Bringing darkness from above"  Bastille (Song: Pompeii) 24 August 79AD, a day that will be remembered for the worst. A day where Mount Vesuvius in Italy's south erupted, leaving towns buried deep in volcanic ash and soot.... Continue Reading →


Glacier Trekking in Patagonia

I took a deep breath and exhaled. A white puff of coolness filled the air.  I was so cold.  There I stood, crampons intact, in the midst of an ice masterpiece that is Viedma Glacier in El ChatĂ©n, Argentina - a region belonging to Patagonia.  Moments before I was embarking the boat, battling my way through... Continue Reading →

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