- Les chutes d'Iguacu - Côté argentin LEncore une belle journée alors on va faire le côté argentin des chutes.
C'est très differents car on est beaucoup plus près des chuttes. Erica et moi faisons le tour en bateau qui nous emmène complètement sous les chuttes donc nous Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Oct 24, 2014
- Iguacu Falls - Argentinian side20th October
I believe the Argentinian weather forecast as much as I believe the Brazilian bus timetable. We were told today would be 80% chance of rain all day - turned out not a drop and lovely sunshine!
So we're off Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Oct 24, 2014
- Tango, Futbol and Biking in Buenos AiresLeaving Puerto Madryn for Buenos Aires was such a beautiful bus trip. There was one of the most stunning sunsets I´ve seen as the clouds almost met the horizon so the vast, sprawling plains of inland Patagonia were framed by Posted by neerg_08 in Three Amigas in South America | Feb 27, 2014
- Day 19Yesterday we toured the city of Buenos Aires with very narrow streets in the city. We visited the central square and saw the presidential palace. Stopped at a famous coffee shop Cafe Las Violetas and had pastries coffee, some Posted by Nors Stephens in Adventurous Four | Sep 20, 2014
- Day 17The weather couldnt be more perfect. The parts of Buenos Aires we have seen yesterday and today are so flat it is so different to all the mountains in the other places we have been. It is very Posted by Nors Stephens in Adventurous Four | Sep 18, 2014
- Villa Tulumba Villa Tulumba, also known as the Villa of the Valley of Tulumba, in the heart of the Province of ,Cordoba, is a little known Colonial Village over 300 years since its foundation. With just over 1000 souls it boasts a Posted by artdealer in Travelling in Argentina, Chile & Uruguay | Aug 23, 2014
- HumahuacaWhat sounds like an Indian fight scream is actually our last proper stop before crossing over to Bolivia. It s another little town of 10.000, with narrow cobble stoned streets, a very strong quechuan and Bolivian influence, but also a Posted by PEANUTSONTHERUN in Southamerica on a shoestring | Aug 14, 2014
- Tilcara, where Rob was almost assassinated :/To break up the long journey to the Bolivian border we decided to stay in two villages one of which was Tilcara. Tilcara be a lovely little spot with just 7000 inhabitants, lots of charming cobbled stoned streets and a Posted by PEANUTSONTHERUN in Southamerica on a shoestring | Aug 8, 2014
- Cafayate...stunning scenery, goats cheese and more wineWe took the overnight bus from Cordoba sucessfully made it up to Tucuman and mangaed to catch the connecting bus to Cafayate straight away. Whilst Rob dozed off straight away (it was 6 in the morning and he needs his Posted by PEANUTSONTHERUN in Southamerica on a shoestring | Aug 4, 2014
- CordobaAfter a terrible bus ride with Cata transport, no blankets, an unfriendly service guy on the bus, several hours of waiting and then having to change buses as ours had broken down we really didnt think it could get any Posted by PEANUTSONTHERUN in Southamerica on a shoestring | Aug 4, 2014
- Mendoza....or "How many bottles of wine can you carry?"Mendoza, one of the best known places in Argentina...if not THE best known, at least for it s red wines. Mendoza is a mid sized town which spreads out quite far, but it s actual centre is easily walkable and Posted by PEANUTSONTHERUN in Southamerica on a shoestring | Aug 1, 2014
- Iguazu Falls - Argentina sideThe falls were lovely and thunderous to see. We did two walking trails; the green trail and the lower trail. Half the green trail was washed away about 4 weeks ago due to heavy floods - it had been raining Posted by DianeLewitzke in Enjoy the Journey | Jul 28, 2014
- Puerto Madryn (Chubut)...or the biggest friends ever.After another overnight bus we got to Puerto Madryn, which is a little town on the Atlantic coast of Argentina...about 18 hours from Buenos Aires. We were prepared for the coldest weather we ve had so far, but when we Posted by PEANUTSONTHERUN in Southamerica on a shoestring | Jul 26, 2014
- Buenos Aires...simply amazing!!!We were sad to be leaving the Iguazu falls but excited for what was to come in Buenos Aires the only thing which stood in our way was an eighteen hour bus ride which we can honestly say we were Posted by PEANUTSONTHERUN in Southamerica on a shoestring | Jul 25, 2014
- Adios Argentina, Hola Chile!After working on the ranch for 6 weeks we were pretty ready to head northward to find some warmer weather. But before we did, we just wanted to spend a few days relaxing in the town of El Bolson. We Posted by tag.mrd in Hola América del Sur! | Jul 20, 2014
- The spectacle that is Iguazú FallsWe experienced the first hiccup to our travel plans when we got to the airport in Buenos Aires. It appeared to be in chaos, even the luggage belt behind check in wasn't working so bags were just left strewn about. Posted by Galavantie in GlobalGalavantie | Jul 20, 2014
- Buenos Aires: Steak. Malbec. Repeat.Before getting to BA we had a flight back to Lima from Cusco. The only two things of note were that this time we stayed in the Barranco district of Lima which we loved... much more bohemian, arty and 'real' Posted by Galavantie in GlobalGalavantie | Jul 18, 2014
- Lakes District and PatagoniaSo after leaving the thieves behind in Santiago, we headed to Pucón and were lucky enough to meet an Aussie guy on the bus who was living and working at a small guesthouse there so he called ahead to book Posted by neerg_08 in Three Amigas in South America | Feb 7, 2014
- Wining and dining in Bolivia and ArgentinaWe left off getting the bus to Sucre in Bolivia which was a pretty short (11 hours) however butt-hurting ride. Sucre is beautiful, meant to be the prettiest city in Bolivia and you can see why. It´s also a UNESCO Posted by neerg_08 in Three Amigas in South America | Jan 19, 2014
- Busses SouthamericaWhat a god start to the first long distance travel on a bus...no tickets, not enough spanish skills but at least enough crackers and sweets to survive the next 18 hours ;).
after we found out, that we had to Posted by PEANUTSONTHERUN in Southamerica on a shoestring | Jul 14, 2014
- Armies Of Tapiers And A Xena DopplegangerKate is broken again and stayed up all night being sick. Really- get it together Kate! Enough illness! Morning flight today so we had to pull ourselves out of bed and check out reasonably early, which wasn't easy with Kate Posted by katepluspat in Kate and Pat Blow the House Deposit | Jun 13, 2014
- WWOOFing in El BolsonThomas and I had the opportunity to work on a ranch just outside of a town called El Bolson, Argentina through the WWOOFing Organization for six weeks starting on the 9th of June. The night before we met up Posted by tag.mrd in Hola América del Sur! | Jul 5, 2014
- Iguassu Falls part 2Today I headed over to Argentina for the day. The weather was much better than the day before. It took a bit of time to cross the border but got to the Falls about 11am.
The waling trails on this Posted by liamwimbo in South America | Jul 5, 2014
- A Million Photos Of Buenos Aires!Up and at em reasonably early and downstairs for the hotel brekky. Not bad: eggs, sausages (hot dogs really, always hot dogs in South America), breads and jams, and much to Kate's delight little prepacked tubs of caramel. With many Posted by katepluspat in Kate and Pat Blow the House Deposit | Jun 10, 2014
- Street Party To Say Goodbye, Steak Lunch To Say HelloAfter a noisy start to the evening, the hotel eventually shut up and we were able to get some much needed sleep after our adventures in the Andes. We woke up feeling moderately refreshed and were once again treated to Posted by katepluspat in Kate and Pat Blow the House Deposit | Jun 9, 2014