This incredible transport network stretched out over a huge part of South America. But you won’t believe how the Incans used to get messages along it!
At this creepy cemetery near Nazca in Peru, you can still see the bodies of people buried here… 2000 years ago!!
Just what should you expect at Juliet’s House in Verona, Italy. Well… a lot of love, a lot of expressions of love, and some very clever marketing!
San Gimignano is a city of towers. Fourteen in total these days (although at one point there were as many as 72!).
For years the Parque El Desafio was a playground for the local children. But it also stood for much more – an example of how trash can be used for good.
This World Heritage Site in the north of Patagonia has an incredible collection of animals – all on view for visitors within the Peninsula Valdes.
In the middle of Argentina, far from anything, is this remarkable piece of evidence of humans who lived many thousands of years ago but left their mark… literally.
The small Patagonian town of El Chalten offers a base for some of the best day hikes in the region – especially the climb to Mount Fitzroy!
At the foot of the great mountains of Patagonia, I come upon a traditional Argentinian rodeo. The gauchos keep me captivated for hours as I watch them ride.