Category Archive: Latin America

To Latin America!

Kamusta? ¿Cómo estás? What’s up? I’m Lean Rosendo Sanchez and welcome to my visual diary! Well, video games was one of the major reasons why I started travelling. I know.. I know. The… Continue reading


These videos are a little late but still worth sharing…. Momento de mi vida en america del sur! World Youth Day 2013, Salar de Uyuni, Machu Picchu, Iguazu, Huacachina!

Cidade Maravilhosa – Rio de Janeiro

Bom dia! The city of Rio de Janeiro and it did not take long for us to fall in love with it! Cidade maravilhosa – Marvellous city! No place in the world like… Continue reading

Machu Picchu

“Machu Picchu is a trip to the serenity of the soul, to eternal fusion with the cosmos, there we feel our own fragility. It is one of the greatest marvels of South America.… Continue reading


“The word that most perfectly describes the city of Cuzco is evocative. Intangible dust of another era settles on its streets, rising like the disturbed sediment of a muddy lake when you touch… Continue reading

Across Bolivia

1050 kilometers across cold rugged terrain on a 4×4 for 3 days! This is our adventure in the fascinating Bolivian desolace!

Iguassu Falls

Iguassu falls is so huge that my photos doesn’t do the place justice at all! Well I know sometimes it shouldn’t be about the photographs but about the experience we had at Iguassu.… Continue reading

Salar de Uyuni

This is the largest salt flat in the world at over 10,000 square kms! By comparison, Singapore is only around 580 square kms! We had to wear sunglasses most of the time as… Continue reading


An oasis is only something that I get to read in novels or watch in Disney movies when I was a kid. I almost didn’t believe such a thing even existed. …but when… Continue reading

World Youth Day 2013 – in photos

Jornada Mundial da Juventude 2013 – 3 million youth pilgrims from all over the world converge in Rio de Janiero to celebrate World Youth Day with Pope Francis

Sharing our South America itinerary – in detail!

I can’t believe its less than 35 days before we head out halfway across the world en route to South America. Plans started to become more concrete back in January when the first… Continue reading