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  • CordobaI really think that all the long haul buses in Argentina should pool their money and buy out Aereolieas... they know how to run human cargo. Seats that are way comfortable, movies, coffee and cold water on tap, leave on Posted by Jen Tallarook in South America 10th Oct 2013 | Oct 15, 2013
  • Day 2: Buenos AiresAnother beautiful day in Buenos Aires!! This morning we went to Recoleta Cemetary, which holds the most famous and powerful Argentineans. We saw the graves of Presidents, military officials, and other prominent Argentinean. The tour guide described it Posted by sarahfaithfull in Sarah's Trip 2013 | Oct 14, 2013
  • Day 1: Buenos AiresBuenos Aires, Day 1 Hola, y bienveniidos a Buenos Aires! Unlike most of my travels through Asia and Europe, I don’t stand out as an obvious tourist, and so have had plenty of opportunities to practice my Spanish! This morning I left the Posted by sarahfaithfull in Sarah's Trip 2013 | Oct 13, 2013
  • Buenos AiresWELL, i THINK i COULD ALMOST CALL THAT THE FLIGHT FROM HELL. i HAVE ALWAYS THOUGHT THAT WHINGING about flights was meaningless when you think that you are actually sitting in a chair a kilometre in the air, being transported Posted by Jen Tallarook in South America 10th Oct 2013 | Oct 13, 2013
  • Posada Salentein; Andy's birthday treat!Our trip to Posada Salentein was destined for greatness upon arrival at Tupungato bus terminal (only big enough to hold 2 buses!), where we stumbled across a very helpful lady who was keen to assist us in calling a taxi Posted by Pirty in Adventures in Latin America | Sep 27, 2013
  • Andy arrives in ArgentinaSo after having just under a week of the apartment I had rented out in Buenos Aires to myself, Andy finally arrived! Naturally this time on my own was supposed to be spent starting my novel, however a mere 2 Posted by Pirty in Adventures in Latin America | Sep 27, 2013
  • Last days in Buenos Aires then off to IguazuStill time to relax in what is one of the largest cities in South America. The city has a very german and spanish feel but it's not the place we expected. Not leafy or very clean. Very busy and large. Posted by mandt0413 in South America 2013 | Sep 24, 2013
  • Buenos AiresWe arrived late or early into Buenos Aires depending on your slant on things. 2am in my view is late especially as we were up at dawn on Easter Island. Made worse by the fact that our many hours in Posted by mandt0413 in South America 2013 | Sep 24, 2013
  • How To Address Objections: Use It Or Lose It Ticket==Provide Background Of the policy: == [quote]Customer, There are airlines with which Expedia maintains partnership and discounted rates with. And for us to offer the best price online, Expedia will then arrange the most affordable fligh Posted by Jetzy's Crib in Verbiage Playbook | Sep 7, 2013
  • Ushuaia, Southern Patagonia, ArgentinaThe journey to the end of the world was pretty interesting, involving a bus, ferry in treacherous conditions, another border crossing and a mini bus through a snowy blizzard up a mountain. Finally I arrived at the hostel in Ushuaia, Posted by Pirty in Adventures in Latin America | Sep 6, 2013
  • El Calafate, ArgentinaIt took us 28 hours on the bus to get from Bariloche to El Calafate. Yes that's right 28 hours!!! What a stunning journey down la Ruta Quarenta we had too...leaving behind the alpine like mountains and lakes and entering Posted by Pirty in Adventures in Latin America | Sep 5, 2013
  • Bingo and BarilocheThe trip to Bariloche will also be another bus journey I will never forget, not so much for the beautiful views this time as it was raining most of the way, but for the game of Bingo. 15 hours into Posted by Pirty in Adventures in Latin America | Sep 5, 2013
  • Mendoza, ArgentinaThe breath-taking view from the bus from Chile to Argentina will never be forgotten - a truly stunning trip. Despite the ridiculously long hold up at the border, whilst an extensive bag search was conducted which took 2 hours, we Posted by Pirty in Adventures in Latin America | Sep 5, 2013
  • Chasing waterfalls It’s an amusement park unlike any other with attractions to delight, thrill and spook. Its creator was a true visionary with an imagination greater than the entire team at Disney. You’ll need at least two days to explore this magical Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Aug 19, 2013
  • Perfecting the tango face in Buenos Aires The door flung open and he burst in wearing head to toe black. There was a kind of glimmer in his eye that said this man meant business. Brayden was terrified. So terrified in fact he couldn’t think what to Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Aug 11, 2013
  • Raising a glass to Mendoza. I could write about Mendoza’s beautiful parks, its handsome streets or its many trendy shops and restaurants but all I really want to write about is its location – smack bang in the middle of Argentina’s wine region. More than Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Aug 5, 2013
  • Bienvenidos en ArgentinaBienvenidos en Argentina! I'm so happy to finally make it to Argentina. After a mildly delayed overnight flight and little sleep, I was grateful that one of our professors, Sergio, met us at the airport. We took a taxi back to Posted by Tmcb in Buenos Aires and Beyond 2013 | Aug 3, 2013
  • salta..it's a long way to salta.Hey pals. So when last we blogged we were loving our lives in buenos Aires. It continued in the same vein. Met up with mayo a good bit and did lots of walking around the city. We survived the 20 Posted by howards1985 in Sweatnerds | Jul 29, 2013
  • Bueno Bueno Buenos Aires!!!!!!!!!!!!!!HOLA!!! Were in Argentina. Thank God. Buenos Aires is a well needed breath of fresh air. We had amazing steak today in a famous restaurant called La Cabrera. We went for happy hour between 7-8 40% off the bill. Grand. Posted by howards1985 in Sweatnerds | Jul 24, 2013
  • is that rain or waterfall?Hi all. When last we spoke I think we were being traumatised by a mosquito!? We survived our 9 hour express journey to Foz do Iguazu. Apart from it took 13 hours because mostly they lie about the time and because Posted by howards1985 in Sweatnerds | Jul 22, 2013
  • Day 43 Tupiza Triathalon Best free breakfast of the trip-definitely worth the £7 pp to stay in a hotel!  Joined 8 other people on the previously mentioned Tupiza Triathlon, advertised as a jeep ride to see some of the local rocky landscape, a horse ride Posted by Cacazo in Elective in South America 2013 | Jun 27, 2013
  • Day 42 Crossing to BoliviaBoarded our final Argentine coach and headed North through some rather barren looking land now and then passing through forlorn towns until we reached La Quiaca. It's a pretty miserable place and quite different to the bustling market stalls Posted by Cacazo in Elective in South America 2013 | Jun 27, 2013
  • Day 41Swimming in Grease We set out early to Purmamarca a small village a little south of Tilcara where the renowned 7 coloured hills are.  This was done almost sceptically as the whole area boasts hills and mountains of different colours.  However it proved Posted by Cacazo in Elective in South America 2013 | Jun 27, 2013
  • Day 39 Welcome to the DesertToday we took a 3 hour bus to a town called tilcara about 3 hours north of Salta, and about ?2500m altitude. We had to wake up the guy behind reception to phone a taxi for us as he was Posted by Cacazo in Elective in South America 2013 | Jun 21, 2013
  • Day 38 Cable cars and HumitasAfter a lie in and breakfast we decided to walk up one of the hills overlooking Salta today. It was much warmer than we'd thought, and the hill seemed to go on forever! We reached the top and had lunch, Posted by Cacazo in Elective in South America 2013 | Jun 21, 2013
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