Monthly Archives: March 2014

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires (BA), the capital of Argentina is known for steak, maté, tango and protests….an interesting mix.   After dorms and long travels we opted to rent an apartment again in the city.  We took the free walking tour which had … Continue reading

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Iguazú Falls, Argentina

An 18-hour overnight bus ride from Buenos Aires (BA) with movies and bus food got us to Puerto Iguazú, which is positioned in the corner of Argentina and borders Brazil and Paraguay.  After dropping our bags and a quick freshen … Continue reading

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Uruguay, which you don’t often hear much about, is actually one of the most developed, prosperous and progressive countries in Latin America and was our 15th country to visit. Interestingly, it is also the first country to legalize the public … Continue reading

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Ushuaia, Argentina

After a full day of travel with 3 bus changes, a ferry ride and a bordering crossing we made it to Ushuaia, Argentina otherwise known as ‘The End of the World”. This is the southernmost city in the world with … Continue reading

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Torres Del Paine Trek

Oh Patagonia……before coming here we knew it was common to experience 4 seasons in a day and that you are windy as hell.   Well, we are here to report both are completely accurate.  On the 4th day of our trek … Continue reading

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El Chalten and El Calafate

Once we got into Argentina we were technically in the northern portion of Patagonia but not until after our 24-hour bus ride to El Chalten did we really feel like we were.  The bus ride was desolate along Route 40 … Continue reading

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Pucon to El Bolson

Getting on our 10th overnight bus we made it to Pucon, Chile, which is the home of a majestic, gigantic volcano called Volcano Villarrica.  The town is an adventure haven because of the rivers that flow around it, activities on … Continue reading

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