Looking back on our time in Buenos Aires we had an incredible fun experiencing what the city has to offer and learning about the history.
Let me start by saying that hiking the Inca trail and visiting the ruins of Machu Picchu was, for me, the realisation of a dream that I had held from a very young age.
Six months ago when we booked the Inca trail to Machu Picchu we didn’t have a clue what we were letting ourselves in for.
As it began to turn dark, we noticed we were driving towards an electrical storm, a spectacular sight if not slightly ominous. This was going to be a great 9 hours.
I obviously started having a small meltdown whilst practical J searched online for what to do if you lose your pieces of paper things…
Valparaiso (Valpo for short) is hilly, colourful, artsy, bohemian and above all interesting.
He strolled over to take our order, a wide smile on his rugged, stubbled face, reminiscent of a young Patrick Swayze in Point Break, I noted.
Day One: We arrived in Rio after a 25 hour bus journey to welcoming blue skies and sunshine.
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.