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  • Northern PatagoniaI have already written this part but after reading it we both agreed that it was long and boring :D the main reason is that I am a not very good writer but there was a slight chance that the Posted by Olga Sapakova in Trav The Traveller | Apr 19, 2014
  • To Iguazu and BeyondHey Friends, Since our last post we have relocated to a new place: Puerto Iguazu, Argentina. This town is on the boarder of Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. In this town we found cataratas (waterfalls)... pretty awesome ones at that. Getting here Posted by tag.mrd in Hola América del Sur! | Apr 11, 2014
  • South American FoodAshley's Birthday Dinner in Cusco, Peru [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/624253/large_90_AB74035D2219AC68 Posted by Equatorials in 40 K Miles, 6 Months | Apr 8, 2014
  • Day 2I am staying with a family in Buenos Aires and the hostess although fallng over herself to provide lots of help with everything, can't speak English. She is finding it very frustrating that I cant understand but luckily I have Posted by karenspark in South America Tour | Apr 8, 2014
  • Being Street SmartSo, I have been travelling South America (Argentina, Uruguay, and Chile) for 6 months now. I came here on my first day not trusting anyone. Keeping my passport on me, hidden. Putting money in at least three different places. Keeping Posted by Laurdatri in Sola Backpacker | Mar 24, 2014
  • Bariloche: The Switzerland of ArgentinaThursday 27th February - Tuesday 4th March 2014 We set off early from Puerto Varas for our 4 night stay in the 'retro' hotel in Bariloche. The bus served coffee and a bread roll which was our first experience of food Posted by DeeandZarius in Dee and Zarius do South America | Mar 24, 2014
  • Buenos Aires UncoveredBuenos Aires, home to 3 million, and European in flavor, was a delight. We got off to a rough start in this city. We were minutes away from not being able to board the flight from Jo'burg to Buenos due Posted by Equatorials in 40 K Miles, 6 Months | Mar 13, 2014
  • Argentina==Argentina== 11th Feb to 12th Feb: After spending only one day in Chile, we were again on the bus, this time to Argentina. After a non eventful 14 hours bus ride, we arrived in Salta, where we only spent five hours Posted by AshLisa in Ash & Lisa go exploring | Mar 11, 2014
  • Hiking, hiking, hiking Our next stop was the only town inside Los Glacieres national park, El Chalten, which we were very surprised to discover was only 28 years old. The main sights are Fitzroy and El Torre Posted by Addy21 in A photo a day | Mar 10, 2014
  • Fall of the Water36 hours of round-trip bus riding to and from Buenos Aires + a 16 hour day of sightseeing = Iguazu Falls Is it really worth it you may ask? To sleep so many night on buses? Are these cataratas so great? Yes, Posted by Equatorials in 40 K Miles, 6 Months | Mar 6, 2014
  • Mucho Vino en MendozaMendoza is the most famous wine region of Argentina with 75% of the countries wines being produced here, it is also flanked by the Andes which separate Argentina from Chile. As such the two main attractions here are vineyards and Posted by Time Well Spent in More Fun Than a Mortgage | Feb 28, 2014
  • El Calafate: The Big Ice, Perito Moreno GlacierWe woke up the next day and I was kaput. Completely broken and not in good enough working order for even a short hike so we took the day off. Explored the town, found a lovely restaurant/brewery that had a Posted by DeeandZarius in Dee and Zarius do South America | Feb 24, 2014
  • Hike number two in El ChaltenAfter the exhilaration of yesterday's hike we woke up early(ish) to tackle Laguna de Los Tres. A longer hike in terms of time but similar in terms of kilometres, a fact that I naively didn't give a lot of thought Posted by DeeandZarius in Dee and Zarius do South America | Feb 21, 2014
  • Glacier Perrito MorenoAfter another 20 odd hour bus trip we are officially pros. By pros, I mean we feel like crying at the mention of the word bus, but we got there and that's what counts. Calafate was quite a Posted by Addy21 in A photo a day | Feb 21, 2014
  • Kayaking with Sealions...On the second day of our whirlwind tour of Puerto Madryn we got up bright and early to go kayaking with Sealions. It was brilliant! Matt and I shared a two man kayak and after some teething problems Posted by Addy21 in A photo a day | Feb 21, 2014
  • Out of the city and into the sticks...We're here! We're out of the city and now it feels like the adventure has started! We flew into El Calafate, a quick flight from BA, sparing us our first epic bus journey. For now. Before we had even landed Posted by DeeandZarius in Dee and Zarius do South America | Feb 19, 2014
  • It takes 'toe' to tango!Ok so after the cold of Patagonia, we decided it was time to head to sunny climates (we hoped!) and so made our way to Buenos Aires - the home of the tango!! Our hostel was in an area called San Posted by shaunandhan in The 'Round'-up | Feb 18, 2014
  • RosarioAfter 20 hours on a bus we arrived in the city of Rosario. A pretty wealthy city on the river. We spent a few days walking a lot and running in the Parque Independencia, one of the largest parks in Posted by Time Well Spent in More Fun Than a Mortgage | Feb 18, 2014
  • Salta ArgentinaDay 42. Salta Argentina. Our one bedroom apartment is just perfect, with room to put everything away. Just five blocks from the the main square we are really happy here. Salta is a lovely town. Very clean and everyone Posted by debbep in Wanderlust is an incurable disease! | Feb 17, 2014
  • Eating and drinking. And eating. And drinking. And...It's weird, ordinarily we would get sick of restaurant dining after a few days. It becomes too much, but eating a slab of meat every night is surprisingly sustainable! We've been very lucky to date with food. Despite the fact Posted by DeeandZarius in Dee and Zarius do South America | Feb 12, 2014
  • Iguazu Falls - Argentinian sideOur hostel in Puerta de Iguazu, on the Argentinia side was pretty incredible, fully equiped with swimming pool, sun loungers and space to hang our hammocks that we'd been carrying around since our boat down the Amazon. Don't ask why! [img=http://photos.t Posted by Time Well Spent in More Fun Than a Mortgage | Feb 12, 2014
  • Buenos Aires and CordobaDay 30, Feb 01, 2014. Buenos Aires 10AM was our scheduled departure time from the ship and we walked down the gangway to pouring rain. A tent was set up at the bottom where umbrellas were handed Posted by debbep in Wanderlust is an incurable disease! | Feb 11, 2014
  • Buenos Aires: Graveyards and rainWe've had a lot of rain, monsoon rain not normal every day rain, which meant we had to take it easy a couple of days. I have to admit, my two most favourite pre-trip purchases are currently my water proof Posted by DeeandZarius in Dee and Zarius do South America | Feb 11, 2014
  • Buenos AiresThe day we arrived in Buenos it was 35 degrees and sunny, a beautiful day though a little hot for a city (I mention this as it was not too last). The first day we visited the Ecological park, which Posted by Time Well Spent in More Fun Than a Mortgage | Feb 11, 2014
  • Central ArgentinaCordoba (5th January - 6th January) From Cafayate we took a bus to Tucuman and then another overnight bus to Cordoba. Travel by bus is alot more expensive here than the rest of South America but you get what you pay Posted by duncan-alice in Duncan & Alice Go RTW! | Feb 10, 2014
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