Travel Blogs from Tigre, Argentina

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Tigre and the Delta, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Tigre and the Delta

A travel blog entry by myjob

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After nearly two weeks of Spanish school and city life it was time for a break. We decided to take advantage of our free weekend and headed away from the cement playground, traffic and polluted air of Bueno Aires. One hour up the Rio Del Plate is a ...

Heading Home for the Holidays!, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Heading Home for the Holidays!

A travel blog entry by thymeoff

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... the van and preparing for our trip home. Coming from many months of splendid solitude in Patagonia and the isolated southern regions of Argentina and Chile, it is quite a shock to the system to find ourselves back in the noise, pollution and congestion of ...

To Know Where You’re Going, You Have To Get, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

To Know Where You’re Going, You Have To Get

A travel blog entry by tanzamarie

I spent Tuesday walking around and getting lost. Tuesday I walked over 9 miles, and yes, I got very lost. But it was fun. I found the parks and the zoo. I am so excited to go to the zoo. I'm not sure why because I’ve never been much of a zoo person ...

and into the mouth of La Tigre, La Tigre, Argentina travel blog

and into the mouth of La Tigre

A travel blog entry by toonk

... life, but that too dient pan out. so we got up this morning, caught a cab to the bus station and went to la tigre. it was a beautiful delta town, with many many picture opritunities. they had fantastic icecream, my fabvorate so far is Dulce De Leche. ...

Getting Out of the City, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Getting Out of the City

A travel blog entry by riversbeyond

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Tres Bocas can be accessed only by boat as it is in the delta area north of Buenos Aires. Composed primarily of small cottages, this small Louisiana Bayou-esque place enchants visitors from less temperate climates but is not quite so exotic to ...

My Arrival in Buenos Aires!, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

My Arrival in Buenos Aires!

A travel blog entry by tanzamarie

I'm finally off on my big adventure. I’m still wrapping my head around it, but I can’t deny this wonderful feeling of freedom. Although it can be frustrating, I love to be in a country where I only know a few words...it’s a challenge ...

From Buenos Aires to San Miguel de Tucumán, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

From Buenos Aires to San Miguel de Tucumán

A travel blog entry by ellenmilton

I'm very happy !! ...

Trigre, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Trigre

A travel blog entry by robthebruce

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... old women from Toronto. They reminded me of Daina, Joy and Lena when there were on their European trip! These ladies have been in Argentina for a month now and gave me lots of tips and suggestions on places to eat. It seems that they were all about wine ...

Delta, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Delta

A travel blog entry by riege

... point to mention: it was also warm inside the train. Temperaturewise: 7.30am = 3 degrees celsius / midday in sun = 15 degrees celsius Tigre has many little rivers and the only way to get around is by boat. We used the public boat to go to Tres Bocas ...

Met Vladimir Alekseevich Yarets in our hostel!, Nueva Chicago, Argentina travel blog

Met Vladimir Alekseevich Yarets in our hostel!

A travel blog entry by barbieandken

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Vladimir is a deaf-mute 69 year old from Belarus. He travels the world for the last decade, or so, to find his place in the Guinness Book of Records. At first sight, to me he was a very strange told man. Who would expect a man in a hostel to be ...

What to do when your flight is cancelled, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

What to do when your flight is cancelled

A travel blog entry by pnbooth

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... to the Tigre Delta.  The last time I was there was on senior ditch day in Spring 1973...almost exactly 40 years ago. The Tigre Delta is the city dweller's weekend getaway.  It is the Delta of the Parana river where it forms the broad River Plate ...

Punto de Partida: Fundamentos, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Punto de Partida: Fundamentos

A travel blog entry by gaiamuni

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   Un nuevo viaje se acerca y queremos compartirlo con ustedes. Si bien es un tanto particular y en muchas cosas diferente al anterior, en lo que respecta a la esencia... es igual. En éste no intervendrán aviones, tuk tuks, automóviles ...

Sur un long fleuve tranquille..., Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Sur un long fleuve tranquille...

A travel blog entry by viajecamillea

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En compagnie de Carole et Gwéna, un couple de francais rencontré à l'auberge, nous voici partis à la découverte du Tigre.  Dans la province de Buenos Aires, se situe un immense delta fluvial dompté par la main de l'homme et autrefois repaire ...

Jul 16, 2011, Delta del Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Jul 16, 2011

A travel blog entry by robertaazeredo

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Tigre and the River de la Plata, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Tigre and the River de la Plata

A travel blog entry by krisandmarilyn

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Our first trip out of town was to Tigre, which is about 45 minutes NW (on a train) of Buenos Aires. We had heard a lot about Tigre and how it is beautiful to go and take a boat around the Rio de la Plata. The train ride over wasn´t much fun, we had ...

Power cut, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Power cut

A travel blog entry by riege

... end the power come back at 11pm. Apparently it doesn't happen that often but it can happen! Llegué a la casa después del viaje a Tigre y al mismo tiempo que salía el subte, sabía que alguna cosa habia rara. La casa donde vivo está por la esquina del ...

Tigre, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Tigre

A travel blog entry by bron_and_eli

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Le delta du tigre, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Le delta du tigre

A travel blog entry by bourlingueur

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... Aires tôt dans la matinée pour nous rendre en train dans la région du delta du Río Uruguay dans la ville de Tigre au nord. Nous empruntons le "Tren de la costa" qui n´a rien de remarquable. Sur place nous nous retrouvons dans une grande ville ...

Beunos Aires, Beunos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Beunos Aires

A travel blog entry by crampo7

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No roads, only rivers, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

No roads, only rivers

A travel blog entry by gypsymichelle

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I took about an hour train ride north to a small city called Tigre. Once you get out of the downtown area there are no more roads, only rivers to get around on. I took a watertaxi into a neighborhood and had lunch at a riverside cafe. After that I ...

Tigre: Our first WorkAway experience., Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Tigre: Our first WorkAway experience.

A travel blog entry by bjornrosier

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... we know how it is to run a B&B (Casa Rosa)? With all the work these two weeks went quite quickly. The place itself Tigre we didn´t like too much, because there is actually not much to see there. The Delta and surroundings are beautiful and a haven ...

Buenos Aires et Tigre avec Leila, Olivier et Aïcha, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Buenos Aires et Tigre avec Leila, Olivier et Aïcha

A travel blog entry by coleauxv

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... semblables, nous allons ensuite manger au restaurant en face de leur hôtel. Le lendemain, nous nous organisons une petite excursion à Tigre, petit bourg situé dans la banlieue de Buenos Aires en bordure de l'embouchure du Rio de la Plata. Les riches ...

Tigre - Venice of the south, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Tigre - Venice of the south

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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... 3.30 pm 2 boats came along and soon we were back in Tigre. A couple of hundred metre walk to the clock tower where the Tigre station (different one from the Delta line) is located. To my surprise 3 other Antarctica passengers were on the same train and we ...

The most bureaucratic theme park in the world, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

The most bureaucratic theme park in the world

A travel blog entry by fester_mower

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It all seemed so simple.  After queuing for 40 minutes or so to get into the Parque de la Costa theme park in Tigre, Argentina, a big sign told us that there were three types of entrance ticket.  There was a Passport Promo, a Passport Plus and ...

Mar 19, 2011, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Mar 19, 2011

A travel blog entry by andrew_leesia

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The River and Frogs, Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

The River and Frogs

A travel blog entry by zento

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... of a change of attitude in all people towards littering, but rather on a more rigorous and disciplined cleaning system in Tigre. The architecture was unlike I've seen in Buenos Aires. The high apexed roofs of the houses and buildings that peaked out ...

some riverside relaxation on the Tigre Delta, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

some riverside relaxation on the Tigre Delta

A travel blog entry by ristohannah

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... Canottieri, the very English-looking Buenos Aires Rowing Club and Rowing Club Argentino, the Naval Musuem, the uber elegant Tigre Museo de Arte, many posh riverside resorts, restaurants and private houses and a few more humble looking dwellings ...

If I were El Presidente, I would have a house here, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

If I were El Presidente, I would have a house here

A travel blog entry by beglisc

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... homes, and I have to agree that this would be a lovely place to have a retreat--quiet, green, cool.  A former President of Argentina had his vacation home there.  The home is still there, along with a replica encased in Lucite.  I have to ...

Tame the Tigre, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Tame the Tigre

A travel blog entry by alexandlucy

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... the train and finally 30 mins by boat. This is now a short journey for us after some of our 20+ hour journeys. Tigre is a very small island in the middle of a river delta and it is very beautiful. There are no roads just canals ...

Worst black jack players ever, Tigre, Argentina travel blog

Worst black jack players ever

A travel blog entry by merkdog4

... thoughts but I didn`t record them in my phone and I have forgotten all of them.  I do remember thinking though that Argentina doesn`t supply nearly as much humor as Brazil does.  In Argentina things work better, Argentina is much cleaner and ...

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