Archive for tag: Argentina

Life is clearly tough when you’re feeling travel weary and can only really face either touring about vineyards or eating prime cuts of Argentinian beef. That is exactly the problem we faced in Mendoza, the home of Argentinian wine and home to a few restaurants that can churn out 500g slabs of steak by the minute. Mendoza was meant to have turned on the weather for our final days in Argentina, but instead it clouded ...

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Rage, tranquillity, beauty and brute force all rolled into one. Iguazu Falls truly is a natural wonder of the world. Over a kilometre of cascading water, dropping down into Rio Iguazu – not a place any sane human being would ever want to take a tip. Without a doubt, the most breath-taking part of the falls was the Garganta del Diablo (Devils Throat). A semi-circular cliff over which flows the main seam of the river. ...

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Charging down the highways of Bolivia and Argentina, we were trying to make it to Salta to catch the Abs vs. Argentina on their home soil. After a relatively painless crossing of the border, we had to wait around 45mins to get a bus. My impatience was already starting to grow and it was significantly stretched when we had to stop at a pointless check-point. All the bags on the bus came off, as did ...

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