Posts Tagged ‘Argentina’

Misiones Improbable

May 24, 2010

From Buenos Aires we headed north to the humid, subtropical climate of Misiones and its Iguazú Falls, where sunshine and warmth are virtually guaranteed throughout the year. It rained for the next seven days.

Its wet up north



Buenos Aires mi amor

May 16, 2010

By the time we were heading to Buenos Aires Marc and I had been on the road for two months. Sixty days of seeing new places, eating new foods, meeting new people. All of this discovery had been exhilarating but we were both missing the presence of familiar faces and conversation not our own.

Specifically, we were very excited to see of our friends Zaheer, Alex, Jethro from Paris and Brian from Hong Kong who would be in Buenos Aires to attend the wedding of Felix and Agustina, also Paris friends. And we couldn’t ask for a better location for a reunion.

Le Crew reunited


Big Ice

May 6, 2010

From Torres del Paine we headed north into Argentine Patagonia and the small tourist town of El Calafate. We went there with one mission – to walk on the Perito Moreno glacier. The mission was a massive (massif?) success.

Approaching the glacier