Travel Blogs from Argentina

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A ride into the Devils Throat, Iguazu Falls, Argentina travel blog

A ride into the Devils Throat

A travel blog entry by beccamike


... is, it is basically a 4km area of massive, mammoth, magnificent waterfalls. It is situated on the borders of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. People have the choice of doing either the Brazilian or Argentinian side, or ...

Back in Business in Bariloche, Bariloche, Argentina travel blog

Back in Business in Bariloche

A travel blog entry by bron_and_eli


... pints, and still made it back to base safe and sound...and sore. After our sporty reintroduction to Argentina, we're headed south to check out a tiny Welsh town called Trevelin.  Onto the next ...

Day 97 – Windy land of fire, Ushuaia, Argentina travel blog

Day 97 – Windy land of fire

A travel blog entry by saseau


We woke up early this morning in great debate. We had intended on celebrating our month-iversary at Chez Manu since we were planning this trip back in the summer. It was a little more exclusive with the area's finest chef and views of the Beagle Channel. ...

Puerto Iguazu, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina travel blog

Puerto Iguazu

A travel blog entry by kc2009


After 18 hours on a bus from Buenos Aires, we arrived in Puerto Iguazu. This small town in north Argentina is famous for the Iguazu Falls National Park, which borders 3 countries. We'll let the photos do the talking.. as they say a picture can speak ...

Tango Town, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Tango Town

A travel blog entry by daveandcat


Hola, After about 5 weeks in the stunning Patagonian countryside, we were ready to get back to civilisation and hit a big city. And in South America it doesn't get much bigger than Buenos Aires!   We initially stayed in the San Telmo area ...

Im okay, Viedma, Argentina travel blog

Im okay

A travel blog entry by tjanus


Hey all, I will update all my blog entries tomorrow. Just wanted to briefly say today that I indeed had an accident and my zebra lost a bit of fron, ie. headlamp, dials, gauges and some electrics. I went to the hospital with a swollen kidney and I am ...

Hospital day 2, Viedma, Argentina travel blog

Hospital day 2

A travel blog entry by tjanus


... and honest person. I wonder if I had so much luck here or the Argentineans are really so genuinely nice. So far Uruguay and Argentina have been for me the countries of the nicest people on Earth. After some time in the garage, me and the ambulance driver ...

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

The most amazing nature show

A travel blog entry by benjamine



Hiking through the wind, El Chalten, Argentina travel blog

Hiking through the wind

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul


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


... 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 ...

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