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Graham Williams & Louise Jones Travel Blog This is our journal logging our trip through Central and Latin America from July 2005 to the present date. We update it and add new pictures every two to three weeks. At the moment Will is travelling in South Africa, while Lou is living in Buenos Aires.For more background reading on our travels go to - http://journals.worldnomads.com/will/


There are [19] photos and [5] stories about Argentina

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The Pampas, the beach and Patagonia

Tuesday, 9 Jan 2007 | Views [1239]

  In mid December my sister Anita flew out to join me (Louise) here in Argentina for a two week holiday.  We spent a few days in Buenos Aires and then went to an estancia for three days of horse riding and country living.  The ranch was enormous with ... Read more >

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Staying in Buenos Aires

Sunday, 19 Nov 2006 | Views [936]

I have been in Buenos Aires for the last seven weeks working on my Spanish.  I am staying with a delightful local couple, Geno and Eduardo, in their large house in the north of the city. On weekday mornings I take a Spanish class and then spend the ... Read more >

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Forward Plans

Wednesday, 27 Sep 2006 | Views [951] | Comments [1]

For the next few months our paths will diverge; for the rest of the year we´ll each be pursuing different interests. Will is flying to South Africa to spend a month before heading up through Southern and East Africa to Tanzania.  Lou is going to stay ... Read more >

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Gallery: Cordoba and Mendoza

Saturday, 9 Sep 2006 | Photo Gallery

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Cordoba and Mendoza

Saturday, 9 Sep 2006 | Views [1135]

Cordoba, in the west of Argentina, is the second city and was settled mainly by Italians.  This heritage lives on in the food with one of the local specialities being spinach filled canneloni with cheese and leak sauce; although you are never too far ... Read more >

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