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  • The culture of ArgentinaLearning about the culture and traditions of Argentina was the best decision I've made! I visited Argentina Polo Day, only 50 minutes away from Buenos Aires. I spent a whole day learning how to play polo, the traditional sport of Posted by smarie95 in What to do in Buenos Aires | Jun 14, 2022
  • Buenos AiresHello Buenos Aires! Our flight from Ushuaia had arrived really late at night (2am) so we took a relaxed first day in Buenos Aires, slept in, had brunch, and then walked around our neighborhood (El Retiro). This city really feels very Posted by MikaVince in Mika y Vince - 3 meses en America Latina | Feb 21, 2022
  • Ushuaia- Beagle Channel and Isla MartilloAfter one day of heavy rain and crazy winds (including a power outage), where we mostly stayed at home and ate, we were ready for our big adventure in the Beagle Channel and to finally meet the penguins! We Posted by MikaVince in Mika y Vince - 3 meses en America Latina | Feb 15, 2022
  • Ushuaia- Tierra de Fuego National ParkOn our second day in Ushuaia, we decided to visit Tierra del Fuego National Park, which is only a 20 min bus or Taxi ride away from the center. We had some hassle in the morning because we had run Posted by MikaVince in Mika y Vince - 3 meses en America Latina | Feb 13, 2022
  • Ushuaia- Laguna EsmeraldaLet’s go to the end of the world- Ushuaia. We kind of decided this part of the trip fairly last minute, but are both so happy we went, Ushuaia is truly magical. Already the flight from the el Calafate to Posted by MikaVince in Mika y Vince - 3 meses en America Latina | Feb 12, 2022
  • El ChaltenNext step, 3 hours from El Calafate: El Chalten. This is THE place for hikers. Basically, this small village is located directly in the National Park Los Glaciares, super remote (you don’t even really have phone service, and WIFI works Posted by MikaVince in Mika y Vince - 3 meses en America Latina | Feb 10, 2022
  • Perito MorenoAfter a bus ride of 2 hours with a nice group of people from Argentina, Switzerland, Netherlands, Germany and UK, we can see the monster, El Perito Moreno, one of the biggest glaciers that can be seen from so close Posted by MikaVince in Mika y Vince - 3 meses en America Latina | Feb 7, 2022
  • El CalafateWhen we finally crossed the border to Argentina, our taxi brought us to the closest city: Rio Gallegos, from where we were supposed to take a bus at 12.30 pm to El Calafate. Knowing that we got to the border Posted by MikaVince in Mika y Vince - 3 meses en America Latina | Feb 6, 2022
  • DepartureWe are Tomás and Marcos, two energetic, joyful young toddlers and we are about to go on a 2-month holiday to Argentina. We live in the Netherlands with papa and mama. Papa is from the Netherlands, but mama is from Posted by Tomasandmarcos in Summer in Argentina | Dec 3, 2021
  • Coming home - One Year AnniversaryThis time but exactly a year ago, I was on a repatriation flight Miami-bound and feeling beyond relieved, however with mixed emotions. You might ask why? Well, I finally decided to write a story recollecting the real-life events which I Posted by travelistolive in To Travel is to Live | Apr 25, 2021
  • Tango and Gauchos: Buenos Aires part IIThere was no Metro in La Boca and it didn't look too far away on the map so we decided to walk there to look for a restaurant. Our route took us through Parque Lezama, an attractive green space with Posted by zzlangerhans in Fledgling Explorers | Apr 19, 2018
  • Tango and Gauchos: Buenos Aires part ISince the kids came around we've taken them to Europe and Asia several times, and even to Africa when we spent a week in Morocco. As of 2018 we still hadn't gone to South America as a family and I Posted by zzlangerhans in Fledgling Explorers | Apr 15, 2018
  • Muziek in de hoofdrol===23/2/20 — Tinogasta — Party time=== Via prachtige routes doorkruisten we de provincies San Juan en La Rioja. We volgden de Ruta 40 noordwaarts langs het “Famatina”-massief (vertaald uit de inheemse taal “Moeder van de metalen”) en deden onze boodschap Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Apr 8, 2020
  • Oceania Mystical Fjords and Iguazu Falls part one Posted by Cindygad in Exploring new and old places | Apr 4, 2020
  • Stargazer in NP El Leoncito Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Mar 26, 2020
  • Terug met twee voetjes op Argentijnse grond===14/2/20 — Maipú — Terug van weggeweest=== Na onze avonturen op het Paaseiland belandden we terug in Maipú waar Hugo veilig en wel op het terrein van Posada Cavieres stond. Het had er de hele week gestortregend en bijgevolg was hij Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Mar 24, 2020
  • Drake PassageWell the calm seas didn’t last long by 11pm it got a bit rough and then by 3am rougher still. They told us in the morning that waves overnight were 6-7m with some waves 9m and winds of up to Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Mar 9, 2020
  • UshuaiaWe had an early start in the morning, we needed to be on the bus the airport at 7am so set the alarm for 6pm. But of course as you do I woke up around 4am and couldn’t get back Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Mar 9, 2020
  • Buenos AiresWe had a rather somber day as we visited the [[https://www.espaciomemoria.ar|Espacio Memoria Y Derechos Humanos]], memory. I ignorantly had no knowledge of what went on in Argentina in the late 1970’s. The ESMA campus, originally intended for housing and Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Mar 1, 2020
  • Argentijns intermezzo===24/1/20 — Centenario — Nostalgie=== We verlieten Chili vroeg in de ochtend via de Paso Pino Hachado. De agenten in het douanekantoortje waren super relaxed en in een mum van tijd reden we Argentinië en het natuurreservaat Alto Biobio binnen. Grote Posted by happy glocals in We don't count the days... | Mar 1, 2020
  • Buenos AiresWe had a reasonably early start to the day as we had booked a tour of [[https://turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar/en/article/walking-tour-la-boca |La Boca]] which started at 10am. We decided that public transport would just take too long and then there was a lon Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Feb 29, 2020
  • Buenos AiresBit of a rest day since we haven’t really stopped since we got here. We had a bit of a sleep in and then took a walk back up to the Jardin Japonés. Not sure it was worth the ARS200 Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Feb 27, 2020
  • Buenos AiresOur day started out by catching the SUBE to [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floralis_Genérica|Floralis Genérica]]. This art piece flower opens in the morning and closes at sunset, not sure that we will get back there for the closing but it was pretty impr Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Feb 26, 2020
  • Buenos AiresWe woke in the morning to heavy rain, thank goodness we had our tours of the falls and were flying back to Buenos Aires. We had booked a taxi for 9am with the same taxi driver from the day before Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Feb 25, 2020
  • Iguazú FallsWe decided to start the day a little earlier to try and beat the crowds at the Argentinian side of the falls. We were going to take the bus at around 8am but when we got to the bus stop Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Feb 24, 2020
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