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  • Chose promise...Quelques photos, donc des endroits qui nous ont marque ou que nous avons prefere... Les chutes d'Iguazu : [img= thumb= Posted by wherethehellrwe in Mes premiers pas.. | Jun 16, 2014
  • Hasta Luego Argentina, ha sido impresionante!5th to 8th June Our week in Buenos Aires has been amazing! So much exploring and we have discovered so many different adorable nooks and crannies in this amazing city and this is our third time here! We walked and walked and walked, Posted by sandyandyuri in The Americas | Jun 8, 2014
  • Hola Meat Heaven Argentina & Uruguay!!After 6 awesome weeks in Brazil, we spent the upcoming 2 weeks in ARGENTINA with a few days stopover in URUGUAY. Our first day in Argentina was spent on the border of Brazil, to experience the spectacular Iguacu falls from Posted by Ebadis.AAAtrip in M&S AAA trip! | Jun 7, 2014
  • Argentina.. A Vegetarian Nightmare===Warning: If you are sensitive to eating meat, looking at meat, or any regular people who eat meat, then this is not the post for you. In fact, you won't find anything green in this post.=== [i]Also due to the nature Posted by btang in Blitzing Around the World | Jun 5, 2014
  • Et encore l'Argentine...A la fin de notre semaine nous prenons un bus direction== Mendoza== ou nous réservons 4 nuits. Lorsque nous arrivons, il fait lourd. Une fois à notre hostel, nous découvrons que notre chambre n’a pas de fenêtre (il y fait Posted by wherethehellrwe in Mes premiers pas.. | Jun 1, 2014
  • Argentina againLe lendemain nous sommes sensés prendre le ferry, direction Buenos Aires ou nous avons loué un petit studio pour une semaine, cela s’étant révélé moins cher qu’une chambre d’hôtel, du fait d’une promotion. (Un peu d’intimité pour une semaine, donc). Co Posted by wherethehellrwe in Mes premiers pas.. | Jun 1, 2014
  • ArgentinaArgentina Le lendemain de notre arrivée à Puerto Iguazu, nous achetons 2 allers-retours pour aller voir le coté Argentin des chutes d’Iguazu. Situé dans la province de Misiones, au nord-est de l’Argentine et bordé au nord par la frontière Posted by wherethehellrwe in Mes premiers pas.. | Jun 1, 2014
  • Blog 5 - Bolivia to Iguazu, Ushuaia and back to PeruBolivia We arrived in Bolivia on the 19th of November. Bolivia has the highest percentage of indigenous people in Latin America and is also one of the poorest and cheapest countries to visit. However, we saw much development at the Posted by wherethehellrwe in Mes premiers pas.. | Jun 1, 2014
  • Salta, Cordoba, BA and now Uruguay!Last time I wrote, we were in Salta. Such a magical place that I would go back to time and time again if I could. We were only supposed to spend 2 days there but ended up staying a week! Posted by sandyandyuri in The Americas | May 29, 2014
  • The North of ArgentinaLast time I wrote we were in the South of Argentina near the end of the world. This entry is from the North, close to the borders of Bolivia and Chile. Such a contrast in landscapes but equally Posted by sandyandyuri in The Americas | May 18, 2014
  • It's only been 10 days, does anyone miss us yet?We left 10 days ago and boy have we accomplished a lot in that time! 6 flights in 10 days and we have already seen some amazing things.... So let me start at the beginning. London: 3rd and 4th May 2014 The day Posted by sandyandyuri in The Americas | May 12, 2014
  • Salta, Argentina: The straw that broke the camels backThursday 27th - Saturday 29th March 2014 So this truly was going to be the first epic bus journey. 18 hours! We were very suspicious before we even arrived at the bus station as to the quality of the bus. And Posted by DeeandZarius in Dee and Zarius do South America | May 5, 2014
  • Mendoza, Argentina: It's all about the vineyards. Or is it?Sunday 23rd - Wednesday 26th March 2014 The main reason, if not the only reason people go to Mendoza is for the wine. And we were no different. Everyone does at least one wine tour and normally on a bike. More Posted by DeeandZarius in Dee and Zarius do South America | May 5, 2014
  • 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 and Central American FoodAshley's Birthday Dinner in Cusco, Peru [img= 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
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