There is life in the old girl yet.
Up close and personal with a beaver in Ushuaia National Park, Patagonia
Sometimes it is best not to ask what meat it is, unless you want to go hungry!
An almost lunar landscape, North West Argentina
Sunday "street art" in San Telmo, my favourite place to hang out on a Sunday afternoon in Buenos Aires.
"Oh Grandmama what lovely teeth you have!"
A very cold New Year's Day at the "lighthouse at the end of the world", Ushuaia, Argentina. I was so excited to be there that I could not stop smiling!
A wonderful smile warms a barren landscape. The llama at the front on the left now sits on my desk as a reminder of a beautiful day.
La Boca, Buenos Aires, still vibrant on a grey day.
Sometimes the lot is full, no matter how long your limo!
Wish you were here? Has a stamp ever been the inspiration for one of your trips?
Autumn comes to Arrowtown in the most vibrants colours. Arrowtown is a great little day trip from Queenstown.
Seafields, a B& B with a view, pool and lovely garden just outside of Auckland. The owner, Stefanie, makes a mean breakfast so be warned.
A brilliant name for a boat spotted in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. Make your bucket list now, then let me know how I can help.
Christ Church, Russell is the oldest church in New Zealand. Still a functioning church, it bears the musket holes from the European/Maori contact.
Salt Air – A 20 minute scenic heli ride with Salt Air is the best way to really appreciate the Bay of Islands.
Blanket Bay, Glenorchy. Sir Ian McKelllen remarked in the Guest Book “Who needs an after-life when there is paradise on Earth?" Who indeed?
Huka Falls. With up to 220,000 litres per second flowing into the Waikato River, it may not be the biggest waterfall in the world, but it is impressive.
Escape from the madness and constant buzz of Dubai to tranquility of Zighy Bay, Oman. I arrived by paraglider, such fun!
With 163 floors, Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world - for now!