Friday, July 21st, 2017

Latin American Travels

A Great Start

240 days, 8 months, 14 countries, 80 cities, countless adventures later, we return home. A little bit older and wiser. [Read more]  Read More →

Buenos Aires: tango, Tango, TANGO!

There is something about Buenos Aires that makes you want to put on 4 inch heels, a slinky dress, and stay up ’til dawn, eating steak, dancing tango, and drinking Fernet. Unfortunately, we can’t keep our eyes open past 2, the taste of Fernet makes us gag, and Nelson doesn’t look good in heels – so we will just stick with the steak for now. [Read more]  Read More →

Argentina/Chile Part IV: 33 Degrees South

What is it about latitude 33 South? Like a line across the continent, the great cities of Chile and Argentina hover around this marker (Valparaiso, Santiago, Mendoza, Buenos Aires) – bursting with history, culture, and wine. We visit them all during the swan song of our big adventure. [Read more]  Read More →

Argentina/Chile Part III: Lago Land

Beautiful green peaks, crystalline lakes, and chocolate shops on every corner. What more could two weary travelers ask for? [Read more]  Read More →

Argentina/Chile Part II: Fin del Mundo

Giant adventure awaits us as we almost fall off the end of the world during our time in Tierra del Fuego and Patagonia. After a stint in Buenos Aires, we head way south to cruise through the Beagle Channel, accompanied by seals and penguins. We watch and listen to glaciers crash. We climb Andean peaks. We spend hours staring into the emptiness of the Patagonian tundra. Like the exploers and frontiersfolk... [Read more]