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Andrea & Diego

Andrea & Diego

[[Diego and Andrea met long time ago in Spain, when Andrea was still studying there via Erasmus. After finishing their degrees, they moved to the US, where they stayed and eventually got married. However, both of them were far away from their friends and families, so...
Q’eswachaka – Last Inca Bridge

Q’eswachaka – Last Inca Bridge

[[After the incredible Peruvian wedding in Cusco (and Machu Picchu of course), we headed south towards Arequipa – continuing with the classic “gringo trail” Cusco-Arequipa-Lima. Luckily, or thanks to having our own means of transport, we could stop...
Uruguay: Mercedes & Colonia

Uruguay: Mercedes & Colonia

[[I remember our first impressions when crossed the border. Somehow it reminded us home, although when I think about it, I can’t find the reason why. But the feeling was there.///Recuerdo nuestras primeras impresiones de Uruguay cuando cruzamos la frontera. De...
Buenos Aires II

Buenos Aires II

[[Continuing with previous post about Buenos Aires  – One of the most popular places to visit in Buenos Aires is “La Recoleta”, the famous cemetery of important and rich people, including Eva Peron (Evita), whose tomb is a major tourist...
Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

[[Writing about Buenos Aires has been quite difficult for me. Why? You’ll learn that soon enough :)///Writing about Buenos Aires has been quite difficult for me. Why? You’ll learn that soon enough :)///Writing about Buenos Aires has been quite difficult...
10th Wedding – Medellín, Colombia

10th Wedding – Medellín, Colombia

Vane & Beto [[Our 10th and the last wedding in South America took a place in a beautiful restaurant Chuscalito (www.chuscalito.com) in Medellín, Colombia. The restaurant is set up on a hill overlooking the city and has more than 35 years of tradition,...
Argentina – East Coast III

Argentina – East Coast III

Playas Doradas [[After the crazy long drives on long and quite boring roads of eastern Argentina, we needed a place to stay and rest for a while. We checked the map and a small place called Playas Doradas caught our eye – it means golden beaches :) So we drove...
Argentina – East Coast II

Argentina – East Coast II

Gaiman [[Gaiman – a small city with non-argentinian sounding name (I immediately thought of Neil Gaiman), was created in 19th century by welsh immigrants and it definitely influenced the local architecture and feeling of the city. You can walk around the town...
Argentina – East Coast I

Argentina – East Coast I

[[When we were driving down to southern Argentina, we saw most of the “tourist attractions” and interesting places on the west side. Therefore, we decided to drive on the less touristy, but very quick and empty road. 3000km of long straight paved roads,...
UshuaIa – Fin del Mundo

UshuaIa – Fin del Mundo

Ushuaia [[Ushuaia is a beautiful city, isolated in the southernmost part of Latin America – TIerra del Fuego, just about 1500km north from Antarctica. It’s called “Fin del Mundo”, which means end of the world, because it’s said to be the...
Chile – on the way south

Chile – on the way south

Puerto Natales [[We’ve been very busy travelling in Perú, so there was a bit of a delay with the blog. We’ll try to get back to it now, so don’t forget to subscribe ;)///We’ve been very busy travelling in Perú, so there was a bit of a delay...
9th Wedding – Sacred Valley, Peru

9th Wedding – Sacred Valley, Peru

Veriozka & Johannes [[We didn’t have to wait long for the wedding of Veriozka and Johannes. In fact, we had to rush quite a lot – it was calm friday evening and we we’re resting in Puno, next to famous lake Titicaca, Janka was writing some emails – and...
Torres del Paine III

Torres del Paine III

[[Our last day together in Torres del Paine – Tomáš was leaving us and Ivan drove him to the closest town Puerto Natales, so he could catch the bus to El Calafate… that never arrived….///Our last day together in Torres del Paine – Tomáš was...
8th Wedding – La Paz, Bolivia

8th Wedding – La Paz, Bolivia

Sergio & Daniela [[This second wedding we shot in Bolivia was right the next weekend after the beautiful wedding of Omar and Ana. We got contacted by Grace, and was she a joy to work with :) She wrote us on her own, explained everything and met us prior to the...
Torres del Paine II

Torres del Paine II

[[After an amazing hike to Tres Torres we decided to take it slow and visit less touristy places. On our way to Laguna Azul we saw a lot of guanacos (type of camelid). They are shy and together with vicuñas they have not been domesticated. Domesticated friends are...
7th wedding – La Paz, Bolivia

7th wedding – La Paz, Bolivia

[[Welcome in Bolivia! :) After several weeks we spent in the country’s capital Sucre (less known fact btw, most people think that the capital is La Paz), we moved to the country’s beating heart and the largest city in Bolivia – La Paz. There will be...
Torres del Paine

Torres del Paine

Arriving to Torres del Paine, enjoying the view on Sarmiento de Gamboa lake [[Torres del Paine was always listed very high on our to do list and we could not wait to visit it. It’s one of the most famous and visited national park in South America and we were...
Glacier Perito Moreno

Glacier Perito Moreno

[[From El Chaltén and it’s Mount Fitz Roy, which offered probably the most spectacular views so far, we quickly made it to our next stop: El Calafate. The city itself is nothing special, it’s mostly a gateway to the nearby must-see attraction: Perito...

El Chaltén and Mt Fitz Roy

[[After a small blog-detour to Bolivian market, we’re back in Patagonia. Last time, we left Chile and crossed the border to Argentina. Carretera Austral is, unfortunately, basically a dead end road – there is no road connecting it’s end in Villa...
Tarabuco: Bolivian market

Tarabuco: Bolivian market

The last post left us just after the magnificent Carretera Austral and the Lago General Carrera lake in southern Chile / Argentina, so naturally we continue with… Bolivia? We had a few other articles prepared, but this time we decided to try and write something...