Before starting to research for my trip to South America, I didn't know much about Patagonia. However, as soon as it registered on my radar I was determined to go there. The nature and hiking appealed to me, and the scenery looked like nothing I had ever seen before. Patagonia is the most southern region… Continue reading Patagonia
We decided to go to Mendoza because it is the best known wine region in Argentina. On our way to begin our day that we expected to full of wine we drove past the snow capped Andes. None of us expected to see such a beautiful site so casually. Especially seeing that Courts and I… Continue reading Bicycle Wine Tour in Mendoza
We took an 17 hour overnight bus from Puerto Iguazu to Buenos Aires. This bus trip was incredible, but I'll save that for a separate post. The day we arrived in Buenos Aires we did a free walking tour in the city center. In this tour we saw the congress building, Palacio Barolo, Plaza de… Continue reading Buenos Aires: It’s more of a feeling than a concrete jungle.
I was fortunate enough to visit Iguazu Falls with my family in 2005. I always had such fond memories of the Falls, I wanted to return! Luckily, I was able to this April. The Iguazu Falls are waterfalls that lie in both Brazil and Argentina and are considered to be the largest waterfall system in… Continue reading My favorite place on Earth, Igauzu Falls