Tag: Argentina

Feel like royalty at the exquisite Palacio Duhau in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is often called the “Paris of South America,” for its stunning architecture, cosmopolitan atmosphere and rich European heritage. The neighbourhood of Recoleta, and especially Avenida Alvear (Alvear Avenue), still reflect the opulence and grandeur of the 20th century when Buenos Aires was one of the wealthiest cities in the world and its prosperity was […]

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8 Things to do in Buenos Aires

During my trip to South America, I spent 3 nights in Buenos Aires. On the first evening that we arrived, we visited South African friends who live there and had invited us for dinner. The following day, we took a ferry to Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay and spent the day there. This left us with […]

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Iguazu Falls – The Argentina experience

“Let your soul be sated with the unique beauty of this landscape, that although you search the world through your travels, you will never find anything like it. “Extract from poem by Alfonso Ricciutto (translated) Unlike most other waterfalls which have only one or two cataracts, the Iguazu Falls (also spelt Iguacu Falls and Iguassu […]

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My South America Itinerary

  21 days 2 continents 5 countries 9 cities 6 flights 10 hotels 3000 photos and videos A ton of articles to write Priceless experiences and memories – infinite! In 2012 it was possible to fly to Rio De Janeiro and stay for 7 nights for under R10 000 pp.  Now, flights alone will cost […]

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