Monthly Archives: December 2012

Rio de Janeiro and the wonderful beaches

After witnessing the magical Iguazu Falls we headed for Rio de Janeiro only to see that the Brazilians have the same habits of eating very late like their neighbors, the Argentinians. When half of the bus was already sleeping around 10:30 PM, we stopped for dinner while the other half was hurrying to get a … Continue reading »

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The Iguazu Falls – one of the “Must see before you die” destinations

After a heavy rain which flooded the airport in Buenos Aires and led to the cancelation of all flights, we ended up spending the night in the airport. Fortunately for us, the airline tried to make it up on us and offered us a night in one of the most luxurious hotels in Puerto Iguazu … Continue reading »

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Montevideo – where drinking mate is a religion

The capital of Uruguay is situated just a 35 minutes flight from Buenos Aires. In the short time that we spent here we tried some typical Uruguayan food like chivito (a steak sandwich with cheese, ham, lettuce, tomato and spicies), pamblona (pork or chicken meat stuffed with pepper ham and cheese, a little bit similar … Continue reading »

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Buenos Aires – the capital of beef steaks and tango

After a flight that felt almost like in a shaker and a landing which tested the plane’s structure we arrived in Buenos Aires. The portenos (that’s how the people from Buenos Aires are called) do most of the things that are important for them with a lot of passion. And we tried to experience these … Continue reading »

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