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  • Het leven zoals het is, laguna El Tromen15/2/19 Door het stevig ripio rijden gisteren is de ster in onze voorruit gaan vertakken. Als het nog erger wordt, zullen we niet anders kunnen dan een nieuwe te laten plaatsen. Hugo heeft grote dorst en is bijna uitgedroogd. We moeten Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Mar 20, 2019
  • Ushuaia - Gateway to AntarcticaWe had not previously been aboard a ship longer than 8 days, so the prospect of spending 20 days afloat was both a little daunting and exciting, especially as we would be making several small boat landings on the continent Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 12, 2019
  • Beautiful Buenos AiresArriving at the Mine Hotel Boutique in the Buenos Aires district of Old Palermo late on Sunday evening, it had been difficult to gauge on the taxi ride from the airport just what kind of city we had flown into. Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 12, 2019
  • Orange is the new black11/2/19 Een hete thee en een uitgebreid ontbijt maken dat we opgekikkerd en reisklaar zijn. We volgen de raad van Federico en trekken verder naar volgens hem een van de mooiste watervallen in de provincie Neuquén. De hele rit luisteren we Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Mar 12, 2019
  • Arrival in Buenos Aires [center]Hello everyone! [/center] I'm a week late, but in this post I'm going to tell you all about my first few days in Argentina! After about 17 hours of travel time from San Diego, I Posted by SeanArgentina in Buenos Aires Study Abroad 2019 | Mar 7, 2019
  • 100% wetSo you would have thought we would be use to the early starts by now, but nope we still hated rolling out of bed in the early hours to catch our next flight. But a few hours later we had Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Mar 6, 2019
  • ReunionsAnother silly early start as we headed to the airport to catch a flight to Buenos Aires and to be reunited with SO many awesome people from our Peru tour. Unfortunately we didn’t get the same welcome as our Mendoza Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Mar 2, 2019
  • Mountains, Wine and MudOur bus from Santiago to Mendoza was going to take about 8 hours, so to save time and the cost of a nights accommodation I booked us on another night bus. In hindsight what I completely forgot was that we Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 28, 2019
  • RecoveryWith one of us feeling just a teeny bit delicate following yesterday's imbibing of copious quantities of wine, Sunday 24th of February was necessarily a day of rest - at least it was after we'd packed our bags. Breakfast Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Feb 27, 2019
  • Uco Valley, Mendoza ProvinceThe youngest of the three main wine growing areas of Mendoza Province, Uco Valley is fast becoming a place of real interest to the World’s wine buyers: improving quality at great prices. Neither of us had previously heard of Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Feb 27, 2019
  • Onward to Mendoza and The Andes[center][/center] Shortly after sunrise we wandered down to the hotel gardens for our final glimpse across the infinity pool at the awesome, magnificent, stu Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Feb 23, 2019
  • Iguazu Falls[center][/center] Iguazu in Spanish, Iguaçu in Portuguese, the falls and the river that feeds them were originally named by the local indigenous Guaraní people, with the word meaning 'Bi Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Feb 22, 2019
  • GOODBYE ARGENTINASo, the story challenge on this day was to write a children’s story. The previous night or nights, because I have genuinely lost track of the day, date, time, month and where I exist relative to myself in this life, Posted by kidd1200 in Daniel Slept Here | Feb 19, 2019
  • Het best bewaarde geheim van Patagonië?28/1/19 Slaap ingehaald en terug opgekikkerd, rijden we verder langs de kust naar El Cóndor. Maar ook hier kunnen we onze ogen niet geloven. Volledig tegengesteld aan Las Grutas! Hier heerst complete rust… op het schreeuwen van papegaaien na. Want hier Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Feb 14, 2019
  • MendozaWe spent 5 days in and around Mendoza, enjoying long walks around the city and its many, remarkable parks and public squares. On February 1, we spent a full day ar Termas Cachueta Hotel and spa about 38 km Posted by judgelarry in Sans Adieu | Feb 14, 2019
  • El ChatenAnother somewhat early rise. We are all, most of us, doing an easy 20km ish walk up Mt Fitz Roy. Now I’m going out a a limb here, pretty solid so now chance it will break, but my vibe of Posted by kidd1200 in Daniel Slept Here | Feb 11, 2019
  • Door eenzame vlakten naar de Oostkust19/1 Mijn hand is zo gezwollen dat ik nauwelijks mijn vingers nog kan bewegen, mijn voet krijg ik nog juist in mijn sneaker geperst. Geen twijfel mogelijk, het zijn de dazensteken van gisteren geweest. Het is nog vroeg in de ochtend Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Feb 8, 2019
  • The post preamble I like beginning entry’s with so...so as I was sitting here having breakfast at the earliest possible time, as I had over adjusted my body clock and was fitfully awake at 5:20, finding the only English language channel amongst the Posted by kidd1200 in Daniel Slept Here | Feb 7, 2019
  • Ushuaia So I cheated a little bit and actually began this entry on the day I bought my new iPad. Obstensbly it was to check out how easy it would be to start writing on a touch keyboard. If you Posted by kidd1200 in Daniel Slept Here | Jan 30, 2019
  • In de ban van het hantavirus===Zomer??=== Boven in de bergen heeft het vannacht gesneeuwd maar de wind is gelukkig gaan liggen. En zeggen dat het hier zomer is. Weer of geen weer, wij doen vandaag de Cerro Piltriquitrón en we zijn niet alleen met dat idee. Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Jan 29, 2019
  • Argentina I was craving red wine and beef after Peru and decided to make Argentina my last stop in South America May 24-June 10. From the moment I landed in Buenos Aires I knew I would love Posted by Janellelorna in A Thousand Miles From Nowhere | Jan 25, 2019
  • Part of the familyChili deelt het General Carrera meer met Argentinië. We laten de koude en de regen achter ons (hopen we) en gaan terug naar Argentinië. We zijn nog niet goed vertrokken of er staat een huemul op de weg. Een huemul Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Jan 23, 2019
  • Argentina My first meal in Argentina Cleaning up after the G20 international meeting of leaders [img=https://photos.travell Posted by EvanTravels in South America 2018-2019 | Jan 2, 2019
  • Day 4Not a lot to report here. We had long layover but we did not include any tourist time in this city because we spent a few days here 5 years ago. Some very hot weather awaits us in Posted by judgelarry in Sans Adieu | Dec 30, 2018
  • The road to RioWith one epic journey completed the next one began with a series of flights that would take me to Rio for Christmas and the New Year. Ushuaia to Buenos Aires (with a stop in El Calafate) followed by a Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 27, 2018
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