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Argentina

Merry Christmas from El Calafate!

Merry Christmas from El Calafate!

After our trek through Torres del Paine, we headed back to El Calafate, Argentina, where we’ve spent the last four days in complete relaxtion mode. Reading, eating, buying chocolates, watching I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown on YouTube — it’s like our own holidays away from home. Last night, our hostel, I Keu … Continue reading »

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Three months in: How we’re feeling and what we’re thinking

December 20 marked our three month travel-versary so I thought now would be a good time to look back on how these past few months — which have taken us from Peru to Patagonia — have shaped up. In a nutshell, life is freaking awesome. I feel so lucky that I can get up every … Continue reading »

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Iguazu Falls: A Wonderful Wonder of the World indeed

We got soft in Buenos Aires, in terms of energy, physique and brainpower. A trip to Iguazu Falls – a set of ginormous waterfalls that span both Brazil and Argentina and were recently inducted into the Seven Wonders of the World hall of fame – couldn’t have come at a better time. We were ready … Continue reading »

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Photo of the Week: Buenos Aires Street Art

Buenos Aires has probably the most amazing street art of any city I’ve been to (sorry NYC!). As such, over the past few weeks I’ve tried to take as many photos of this art as I could before we leave the city. Below is one of my favorites which is a giant mural of a … Continue reading »

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So long, Buenos Aires! Here’s what’s next for us…

Today we leave our lovely apartment and go back to the reality of backpacking with an 18-hour bus ride to Iguazu Falls, a gargantuan set of waterfalls, spanning Argentina and Brazil that was recently named one of the new Seven Wonders of the world. From there we head back to Buenos Aires for a quick … Continue reading »

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A guide to Buenos Aires: What to do and where

It’s not easy to accumulate visitors on a trip that’s all about last-minute planning. Our friends have only a set number of vacation days and have to plan well in advance, but we often don’t know what we’re doing or where we’ll be even a week in advance. Our seven-week stay in Buenos Aires was … Continue reading »

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A note on Buenos Aires fashion, from a backpacker

Everyone raved about how stylish everyone is in Buenos Aires, so Eaman and I were a little skittish about how our decidedly grubby backpacker clothes would fit into porento life. Within two days of moving into our apartment, we promptly headed to the mall (yes, there is one) and cheap outlet stores to create some … Continue reading »

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An ode to Buenos Aires meriendas

Yesterday, I shared with you the major food groups in Argentina. But there’s one food tradition I left — for good reason. It’s the merienda, and it deserves its own post. I’ve fallen in love with this evening snack ritual — usually a cafe con leche and 1-3 medialunas, or croissants — that was incorporated … Continue reading »

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