Chapter three – Buenos Aires, Hospitals and Hidden Bars

You know how when you’re on a qantas flight and you need to go to the bathroom whilst they are serving food or drinks and the flight attendants move the

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We say goodbye to our Bunnick travelling companions and return to Buenos Aires

We breakfasted early and then repacked our bags before retiring to the hotel lobby at check-out time to wait for Ricardo and Marcos to arrive with the bus. Although our

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El Calafate

I am not a happy traveller today!! We had to be up at 6.00am to be ready to be collected from our city hotel at 7.00am for our transfer back

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Argentina 2016

10 years after my first time in Argentina I came back to this beautiful South American country. My first stop then was Buenos aires and now, in 2016, that was

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Strange Places and Familiar Faces – Buenos Aires, Argentina

After my terrible bus ride from Sao Paulo to Foz do Iguacu I decided that for the 20 hour bus ride to Buenos Aires I would buy the most expensive

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Tilcara & Purmarca

Our last stop in Argentina was in the Jujuy region at a place called Tilcara in the Rio Grande valley. This is an absolute must as the mountains and desert

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Working Holiday – Buenos Aires, Argentina

My final days here in Argentina’s capitol were spent helping my friend Mariano in his lab at Center for Toxicology. His Tekmar 3000 Concentrator was giving him fits and I

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Iguazu from Argentina

Today we visited the Argentinian side of Iguazu falls. 85% of the 250 falls lie in Argentina, but they formed geologically 200,000 years ago in Brazil along the Parama River.

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The 30 hour bus saga.

Monday morning our bus departed Florianopolis, Santa Catarina Island, Brazil at 10-30am heading south to Puero Allegra. We unfortunately could only get semi Cama class which is seats that recline

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In Search of Juan Tango, but instead we found Alan!

Another adventure with my friend Malcolm, this time we are going to South America and spending two months in Argentina and Brazil. Unfortunately, Malcolm arrived in New Zealand carrying a

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