Author Archives: Angie Bradshaw

spring in spain: finding an unexpected casita

*** Hello from South Africa! We’ve been lagging on this post, mostly because internet access has been so difficult in Rocklands that I haven’t been able to go through the photos. I’m in Cape Town for the next week or … Continue reading

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wild and wonderful huayhuash

With a two-week break from school for Fiestas Patrias holidays, Ana and I decided to hike the Huayhuash (pronounced why-wash) trek, which took us seven days. Being the more hard-core of the duo, Ana needed some convincing to go with … Continue reading

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soroche in ishinca

Since Huaraz IS a mountaineering town, I decided to attempt a mountain summit. We chose Ishinca, considered an easy mountain in the Cordillera Blanca. And I’m sure any mountaineer who reads this will laugh at my newbie account of the … Continue reading

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report from up north: the almost-but-not-so-impossible-wall

Steve and co have just posted an account of their climbing epics in Greenland. Aye mamita–I am without words! Steve starting up their 9-day-on-the-wall climb Oh what a view! Meanwhile, this much-less-hardcore half of the Stangie duo is leaving Sunday … Continue reading

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chevre perú: finding my way in huaraz

I’ve now been in Huaraz, Perú for one month. And I know the next two months here are going to fly by. My first few days were a little blurry–I was fresh off of about 30 hours of travel to … Continue reading

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venga, bicho: discovering cataluña’s charms

Spain in photos, Angie’s version (Steve’s take here): Spain rocked. Who can complain about hanging with fun people, camping in peaceful places, speaking castellano, eating jamon serrano, drinking vino, and oh yeah, climbing! We only scratched the surface, but the … Continue reading

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arrived to huaraz // sailing south of greenland

I arrived yesterday morning to Huaraz, Peru. The area feels like a mix of lots of places we’ve loved (Patagonia, Mexico, and…strangely Yangshuo, China). I’m relieved to have made it here in one (very tired!) piece and excited to find … Continue reading

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