The best thing we did in Argentina is our Work Away experience. Argentina and Chile in particular are very expensive countries to stay in hostels. Especially compared to the cost of hostels or even hotels in South East Asia.
The bus from Mendoza, Argentina to Santiago, Chile was 15 hours long. This included a two hour border crossing between the two countries. The landscape changed from rolling vistas of grape vines to mountains of snow. We saw abandoned train
October 2, 2018 - Salta Omnibus TerminalI'm sitting in the bus terminal having deep thoughts of religion. I've been here five minutes while Jordan tries to print our tickets. There is a shrine to Virgin Mary outside the window I'm
One does not go up to Salta without doing the classic road trip to Jujuy and La Salina Grande. (Jujuy is pronounced who who e.)
Jordan and I reserved a tour with our hostel that was once again cancelled. Salta
We hiked to the top of the mountain in town. The hike included the seven stations of the cross and an outdoor temple at the top. There was also a gondola, artisan booths and beautiful man made waterfalls.
If there is one word to describe Mendoza, Argentina, it's wine. More specifically, Malbec. So what did Jordan and I do when our hostel cancelled the half day wine tasting tour due to a little rain? We gathered up some
The hip university town of Cordoba. There is always something to do, somewhere to eat or drink, or some steps to sit on and drink some mate. For us, we enjoyed the craft fairs, free art gallery and a picnic
Color is the only way to describe food in Argentina. Color, and meat. Lots and lots of meat. Buenos Aires is known for its deep dish pizzas, empanadas, dulce de leche and choripan. Jordan and I easily ate our way
Buenos Aires, September 3 2018
Argentina, in a weird way, already feels like home. The Spanish spoken in Buenos Aires is the most beautiful Spanish I've ever heard. It's like the people are singing to each other. It's nice to be