Travel Blogs from Argentina

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The most amazing nature show, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

The most amazing nature show

A travel blog entry by benjamine

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Hiking through the wind, El Chalten, Argentina travel blog

Hiking through the wind

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul

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Our route today was into the wild and away from our extremely comfortable cabin.  The rain and wind were ever present in the morning and we put on nearly all of our clothes to keep warm. We started out along a river and then meandered through a ...

Crossing into Argentina, Salta, Argentina travel blog

Crossing into Argentina

A travel blog entry by allisonakemi

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... other South American countries that I have visited have been of a lower classification as they were not developed nations.) Argentina is considered to be a country of immigrants- primarily from Spain and Italy. Farmed: Honey, soybeans and sunflowers ...

Arrival in BA, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Arrival in BA

A travel blog entry by jaycara

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On the 2nd November we managed to get tickets to see the Killers in concert! We met up with friends before, had a few drinks and all headed to the stadium together. The concert was really really good despite my fainting- oops! It was so hot and I had ...

Buenos Aires: The Paris of South America, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Buenos Aires: The Paris of South America

A travel blog entry by iwanllyrevans

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... cast by using the bronze of 75,000 keys of abandoned houses, donated by families that fled Argentina during the military dictatorship in the '70s); and an appartment block that contained Guevara's fisrt home. Whilst waiting ...

Water and horses, Bariloche, Argentina travel blog

Water and horses

A travel blog entry by doubled

We got up early to catch our ride to the river where we were going to go white water rafting. They said it was supposed to be a class 3-4, but it is fall here so I didnīt think it was going to be that big. When we arrived, we were given another ...

El Bolson, El Bolson, Argentina travel blog

El Bolson

A travel blog entry by filly

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Iguazu Falls, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by curlycircle

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... marvelled at the of awesome power created from the convergence of the Rio Iguazu & Parana that fall over the borders of Argentina, Brasil and Paraguay. Guarani legend says the falls were created when a jealous forest god, enraged by a warrior escaping ...

Bus-Waterfall-Bus-Bus-Church-Bus, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina travel blog

Bus-Waterfall-Bus-Bus-Church-Bus

A travel blog entry by sbarnett

You will probably guess from the title of this post that we have spent a lot of time on buses just lately. An incredible 47 of the last 120 hours of our lives have been spent sitting still with nothing but some views, some books and some podcasts (oh, ...

Wine, Women And Trains, Salta, Argentina travel blog

Wine, Women And Trains

A travel blog entry by sbarnett

... wine tasting. Most of the wine produced here is made from the Torrontes grape, a variety that only grows in this part of Argentina. We were given a tour around the Etchart vineyard which, bizarrely, is owned by Pernot Ricard in France. A jolly old man ...

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