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.
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.
1. You hate it…
La Boca is a notoriously dangerous neighbourhood in the South-East of Buenos Aires and after reading reports of violent muggings I was quite honestly shitting myself about going.
This time last year I would have been trying to enjoy my last few days of the holidays before having to go back to work.
Trekking the Inca trail is not to be underestimated! You’ll be battling with steep climbs, high altitude and long days that start before sunrise. Here’s our top tips on how to survive the Inca trail hike:
I’m not sure exactly what I expected Christmas to be like being away from home in a hot country but it has been everything that I hoped it would be.
So it’s coming up to a month into our travels and it’s really starting to sink in for me that we are not just on holiday.
It really is true what the guide books say, BA has a very seductive European feel to it and we have fitted into the lifestyle beautifully.