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Tuesday, 29 Apr 2008 | Views [465]

It´s difficult to sum up a country that you spend less than 3 weeks in, but following is probably the best and most eloquent-like summary yousell ever see. Bottom five: 5. The waitresses never smile. Never. 4. Their fascination with meat. GET OVER ... Read more >


Saturday, 26 Apr 2008 | Views [1989] | Comments [3]

Hola my little furry monkeys, All is well in the Argentinean camp, though not much to report. We walked around Mendoza today, and it really is a beautiful city. The original city of Mendoza was destroyed in an earthquake a couple of hundred years ago, ... Read more >

Central Argentina

Friday, 25 Apr 2008 | Views [651] | Comments [1]

It’s been surprisingly difficult to find places with wi-fi, or with computers that aren’t obsolete, especially considering how much more western Argentina is than Mexico. But, I soldier on. It’s a hard life, but I guess somebody’s gotta do it. ... Read more >

The road to Parana

Sunday, 20 Apr 2008 | Views [802]

I’m sitting on my bed typing this entry in crappy-ass Microsoft Word because it is surprisingly difficult to find internet here in Parana. I must admit I’m disappointed that it’s not spelt the same as the fish. There is a river here, but I don’t think ... Read more >

The spectacular Iguazu Falls

Tuesday, 15 Apr 2008 | Views [1559] | Comments [1]

Wow. Wow. Wow. That about sums up the falls, quite eloquently too I think. They were just spectacular. I don't even know what to say about them! For just $A5, we were transported to and from the Falls and given a small lunch. This is more like the Argentinian ... Read more >

Bwenos Eye-rez

Tuesday, 15 Apr 2008 | Views [579]

I quite like Buenos Aires as a city. Much more western than anything in I-have-the-population-of-your-entire-country-in-my-capital Mexico, but still with its own distinct personality and Latin America feel. We only spent a couple of days there (we will ... Read more >



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