We wrote 150 blog posts in 2011, but according to Google Analytics, these were the most widely read this year with thousands of page views:
5. Observing Humanity on the Inca Trail
A look at some of the people you might meet along Peru's famous (and difficult) trail.
4. Visiting a Dinosaur Excavation in Neuquén
While in Argentina we had the amazing opportunity to visit a real, ongoing excavation site where skeletons from some of the largest dinosaurs that ever roamed the earth are being uncovered.
3. Life in the Poison Garden
An interesting garden lurks in the shadows of Blarney Castle. This photo essay features close-ups of the stories about its inhabitants - not a place to let your child or pet wander.
2. Franz Josef vs. Fox Glacier: Which Glacier Hike Should I Choose?
We notice about daily traffic on this post, an excellent resource for anyone looking to explore these incredible glaciers on the South Island of New Zealand's west coast.
1. Awash in Salt: Photos From the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia
Our photo essay from these beautiful salt flats in southern Bolivia. To think we only scratched the surface of the land area on our day tour.
Which post did you like best?
I love the variety- from Gardens to Glaciers. Hope your 2012 is even more adventurous!
Thanks for that! Busy settling into our new life in Norway but hope to still get out and about to a couple of other places this year too =)
Poison Garden! I love crazy stuff like that one… 🙂
Me too! We’ll try to find more crazy for you this year =)
Your Salar de Uyuni photos were some of the best I’ve seen. But I have to say the story of the poison garden near Blarney Castle was the most intriguing. You guys always have some of the most interesting experiences and you capture them so well. Seems like you had an awesome 2011!
That is such a beautiful compliment, Sherry – thank you so much! =)
If you could see me now, I’ve turned green with envy at all 5!
Consider yourself bookmarked.
Thanks so much, Jason! Hope you can get to some of these places soon =)
Salar de Uyuni because I cannot wait to get there myself.
Try to do a longer tour than just one day – I think there is so much more to see than we did! =)