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Colca Canyon: The Land of Condors

Colca Canyon: The Land of Condors

Colca Canyon in Peru has become world-famous for two different reasons. It is the second deepest canyon in the world (after a nearby canyon Cotohuasi). Also, it is one of the few places on Earth where you can watch Andean Condor from a very close distance. Sold!...
Volcano Villarica: When Shit Hits the Fan

Volcano Villarica: When Shit Hits the Fan

We’re finally in the hostel, all three of us. We’re completely exhausted and still trembling at the thought of the events of the past 12 hours. David lies in his bed. You can see he is in a lot of pain. And I’m just so glad to see him there; moving and talking! About...
Walking the Circuit around Torres del Paine

Walking the Circuit around Torres del Paine

The Circuit, as it’s officially called, is a 8-day trek around spectacular mountains in Parque Nacional Torres del Paine. The sheer cliffs of the torres (towers) rise above turquouise lakes and green meadows. These mountains became extremely popular in the last...
Hard Life of a Patagonian Horse

Hard Life of a Patagonian Horse

Hello, my name is Tobiano and I am a proud Argentine horse. I live with my friends on the vast grasslands of lake San Martín near Chilean border. I am quite accustomed to the harsh Patagonian weather; I prefer sleeping under open skies whether it snows, or scorching...
Rock Climbing in Norhern Patagonia

Rock Climbing in Norhern Patagonia

After three long days of driving through a monotonous landscape of Pampas Argentinas we finally arrived to Bariloche, an outdoors hub of Northern Patagonia. We headed straight down to the Club Andino de Bariloche to find out what the adventure options are. First, we...
12 Things We Learnt in Buenos Aires

12 Things We Learnt in Buenos Aires

Living in Buenos Aires was a great adventure we will not forget. We thought we would share some of our observations about this city and its habits: You cannot order Maté in a café. We knew Maté is a national beverage that is being sipped on by everyone all the time....
The gringo’s maté suffering

The gringo’s maté suffering

What are the three things you know about Argentina? Tango Beef Maté Would probably be the most common answers. So when we finally got to Buenos Aires, we wanted to try all of them. Haven’t really gotten into Tango yet, had lots of and lots of beef (especially some of...