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10 things about Rio de Janeiro

Written on 06/02/2018 in Must Read

10 things about Rio de Janeiro After 3 weeks in Rio de Janeiro, here is the recap of what impressed us the most. We are not including in the list the 2 major tourist attractions, Pao de Azucar and the Cristo Redentor, we will talk about them in a dedicated post. 1. The Beaches When...

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Iguazú Falls

Written on 15/01/2018 in Must Read

Iguazú Falls Iguazu Falls are located at the border of Argentina and Brazil. They are the biggest waterfalls system in the world and part of the 7 wonder list. The name “Cataratas del Iguazú” comes from the guarani language meaning “big waters”. The legend says that deity decided to marry one of the most beautiful woman.....

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10 things about Buenos Aires

Written on 04/01/2018 in Must Read

10 things about Buenos Aires We spent two weeks in the vibrant city of “Nuestra Señora de los Buenos Aires”. We were fancying this destination and we left delighted at the end our stay. We would like to share with our impressions on this wonderful city. 1. Tango and Milonga Argentina is synonym of Tango....

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Buenos Aires Second Week

Written on 27/12/2017 in Visits & Travel Guides

Buenos Aires Second Week 🇬🇧 The second week in Buenos Aires came with worse weather which reduced my outside running, but gave me the opportunity to focus more on gym works. I can now highly recommend Always Gym in Palermo Soho, as for just about 35€ you get a 2 week pass. The machines are...

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Ushuaia – End of the World

Written on 15/12/2017 in Must Read

Ushuaia – End of the World   After our marvellous journey through Patagonia, we reached la Tierra de Fuego at its very last but not least destination, Ushuaia, Fin del Mundo. Our very first stop has been the most touristic one to see the signal “Fin del Mundo”. It is a nice feeling to see...

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Torres del Paine – W Trek Part 3

Written on 04/12/2017 in Must Read

Refugio Cuernos/Chileno/Las Tres Torres – 75km W Trek – Torres del Paine   After our morning walk on the third day to Mirador Británico, we went to our 3rd camp site los Cuernos. We were tired on this 3rd day but luckily the path was easy going. Some parts were a bit steep but most...

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Torres del Paine – W Trek Part 2

Written on 04/12/2017 in Must Read

Camping Italiano – 25km W Trek – Torres del Paine   For our second day we hit the road again to reach Campamento Italiano. It is one of the free camping owned by CONAF. We walked 25km from Refugio Grey. The road was easy though, flat and mostly going down. The challenging part has been...

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Torres del Paine – W Trek Part 1

Written on 03/12/2017 in Must Read

Refugio Grey – 30km W Trek – Torres del Paine   This W Trek is one of the Highlights we have been looking for during this trip. A 5 days/4 nights incredible experience in “Parque Natural Torres del Paine” (handle by CONAF) to see the Glacier Grey, Mirador Británico and finally las Tres Torres (read...

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Valparaíso, Chile

Written on 01/12/2017 in Must Read

Groovy chilean city of Valparaiso   The grooviest city in Chile which must be on any traveller bucket list is Valparaiso. Only 90 minutes from Santiago it is a worthy stop to make. Back in the 19th Century the city used to be a moneyed port traffic, until the opening of the Panama Canal which slowed...

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