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Daily Travel Snapshot: Panorama of the Iguazu Falls, Argentina

Panoramic view of the ferocious Iguazu Falls in Argentina.

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Daily Travel Snapshot: Tucuman, Argentina

Misty mountains from the mountain top in Tucuman, Argentina.

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5 Ideal Road trip Destinations

// Growing up in a big city and being confined to urban life in my teenage years, I got my first taste of road-tripping during my tertiary years in Miami. And I never looked back since. Cruising along miles and miles of freeway, feeling the wind in my hair and singing to rock music with […]

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Your Wildest Adventure: Metal & Ice in Patagonia

Parque Nacional Los Glaciales

// ‘Your Wildest Adventure’ is a series featuring the most thrilling experiences from travel writers jaunting around the world. This week’s edition is an amazing story told by the brilliant medical/travel writer Abigail King who blogs over at Inside the Travel Lab. It’s easy to get hooked to her fascinating tales and articulate writing. With […]

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Top 8 Natural Wonders of the World

// Massive volcanic craters, acres of raw jungle and stretch of deserted sand dunes: the work of Mother Earth is beyond our imagination. Thanks to these natural wonders, our Earth has been blessed with gorgeous landscapes and undulating backdrops. Without environmental protection, they might be gone faster than we expect. To pay tribute to these […]

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Traveling In South America: A Quick Guide

SouthAmerica Route

// Almost four months have passed since we started traversing the roads of South America, starting from Buenos Aires, Argentina all the way to Quito, Ecuador. In that short period of time, we went whitewater rafting, came face-to-face with modern day dinosaurs, raced up Macchu Picchu and almost froze to death in the Uyuni Salt […]

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Food Galore in Argentina

Parrillada

// Oh boy do we love to eat! The gastronomic capital of South America is blessed with thick culinary heritage especially from its ancestry Italian and Spanish roots. Famous for the best barbequed meat (parrilla), Argentina is paradise especially for the meat lovers. From sophisticatede fine dining to simple snacks, food here comes at a […]

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Andean Villages of Northern Argentina

Sierra Castille

// Nestled by the pre-Andean Sierras (mountain range), the immeasurable beauty of the landscape and quaint little villages make Northern Argentina my favorite part of the country. Heading further north from the colonial city of Salta, we found ourselves entering a different world – from modern cities to wild nature and cobblestoned towns lined with […]

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Horse-riding in Cordoba, Argentina

Horsehoes

// Riding through the wilderness, rolling hills and streams of Unquillo, we had an amazing time soaking in the stunning views of the Sierras Chicas (mountain chain) and feeling our way through the quaint pueblos (villages) scattered around the countryside. Unquillo lies on the outskirts of the Córdoba city. The city of Córdoba is the […]

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Masterpiece of Nature – the Iguazu Falls

View ofView of all the falls at one glance

Bordering the frontier between Argentina and Brazil, the Iguazu Falls are one of the most majestic natural wonders of the world. Witnessing the Iguazu Falls with our own eyes, I was struck by its raw and genuine beauty. Standing on one of the look-out points, you could feel as though you’re standing right in the […]

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Enchanting Cemeteries of Chile & Argentina

Recoleta Cemetery

// < ![CDATA[ google_ad_client = "pub-9898648874665533"; /* in-post square */ google_ad_slot = "5737140338"; google_ad_width = 200; google_ad_height = 200; // ]]> This week’s guest blogger is another friend of mine in the travel writing world, Keith Jenkins. A fellow Asian writer, Keith has called Amsterdam home for 18 years, and documents his extensive travels on […]

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Budget Travel in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Tango in Buenos Aires

While I’m out dancing tango and enjoying a steak or two with my dear Argentinean friends, kind folks over at Hostelbloggers have whipped up some travel tips for travelers to enjoy Buenos Aires on a budget. Check out their site to find some huge hostel bargains and budget travelling tips! Share Tweet +1 Stumble Pin […]

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