What to Eat and Drink in… Argentina

What to Eat and Drink in… Argentina

Argentina is famed for its red meat and red wine and whilst these are “musts” when you visit, there is a huge variety of other exciting food and drink to try. Here’s a selection of some of the best. What To Eat In Argentina 1. Steak Need I say more?...
Argentina v Brazil: The Battle of Iguazu/Iguaçu Falls

Argentina v Brazil: The Battle of Iguazu/Iguaçu Falls

In the part of the world where Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay meet lies one of the most astoundingly beautiful things that I have ever seen. Approximately 3km of humongous jaw-dropping waterfall chains cascade over the lush green national park landscapes of Foz du...
Mysterious disappearances & Sunday sightseeing

Mysterious disappearances & Sunday sightseeing

On our last weekend in Buenos Aires we had a very touristy day and did some good old sightseeing. I’d been wanting to go and have a proper look around Plaza de Mayo and see Casa Rosada since reading about the “disappeared” and the Madras of the Plaza de Mayo. If you...
A Fistful of (Blue) Dollars

A Fistful of (Blue) Dollars

I arrived at the time that he’d said, on the corner of the street that he’d specified but our guy was late. I waited nervously, checking my watch and surveying the parked cars to see if anyone was watching us. Suddenly a man appeared, I didn’t see where from but he...
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to San Antonio de Areco

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to San Antonio de Areco

The coach pulled into a dusty service station, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. We’d asked the ticket inspector before boarding how we would know when we had arrived and he’d said it would take about two hours. We’d been on the bus for exactly 1 hour 51...