After months exploring the incredible outdoor elements of South America – the Andes, massive glaciers, incredible lakes, penguins and guanacos – last weekend we made our trip up to Iguazu …
We rented a car this week to visit some remote places in northern Argentina’s Quebrada De Humahuaca. The highlight were the Salinas Grandes, Argentina’s salt flats.
This week’s Polaroid features us being goofy in front of the famous Floralis Genérica sculpture in Buenos Aires – a huge steel flower instantly recognizable as a symbol of the city.
This week’s Polaroid features one of the exceptional female sculptures that decorate many of the historical buildings in Buenos Aires.
Rosario is the third-biggest city of Argentina, but often skipped by tourists. Many Porteños escape to Rosario whenever they can – and we think you should, too!
While Ernesto Che Guevara is famous worldwide, we don’t find much about him at all in his very own country. This week’s Polaroid of the Week looks at Che Guevara, up close and personal in his home town of Rosario, Argentina.
This is the fourth year in a row we reflect on another year as nomads and 2013 was an incredible mix of city-hopping and time spent in some of the most wide-open, underpopulated, breathtaking places on the planet! Find out why!
This week’s Polaroid features the rare phenomenon of black ice, which we saw at the Ventisquero Negro glacier near Bariloche in Argentina.
Not 24 hours after landing in Buenos Aires, we found ourselves being shown around the city by a local guide, the best way to see any city!