City tour of Buenos Aires

Earlier in the week we were asked to complete a form electing the time that we wanted to disembark this morning. Gina had told us that she would meet us

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Chapter 4 – Iguazu Falls

I’m not going to write too much about the falls because I can’t quite find the right words. My photos don’t even do them justice! I booked this part of

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Upsala & Spegazzini Glaciers

While I was in the shower this morning, Bernie went onto the Qantas website to try to change our seat allocation for the flight from Punta Arenas to Santiago because

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Nordwest Argentinien

Da wir nicht nochmals 19 Std. mit dem Bus fahren wollten, haben wir uns den Luxus eines 1,5stuendigen Fluges nach Salta gegoennt. 1582 gegruendet und nicht wie Mendoza durch Erdbeben

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Argentina- Buenos Aires (50 Shades of Bread)

One thing Brazil spoilt us on was how friendly the people are. Argentina although friendly, are a little more cautious of you to start off with. Brazilians, have to be

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Bariloche, city of chocolate, steaks and great nature around. Starting to feel like a real trip

After a great couple of days at Sabatico Hostel, were I meet a cool young Australian couple (actually the girl emphasized that the guy was from New Zealand…), after a

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BueNothingSAires

Days running out and money too. I did not do nothing today, after waking up late because going out late yesterday. I did buy new pains, and I did see

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The journey north

We left the house in La Plata on Saturday by taxi to the long distance bus terminal. This is the first day of school holidays and the queues were long.

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Last Day in La Plata

My last full day was spent having a neighbourhood wander, a shopping expedition to the main city area and then going out for a lovely meal in the evening. La

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