Close To Nature In The Heart Of Torres Del Paine

Patagonia is a magnificently beautiful rugged region stretching across part of Chile and Argentina. In the heart of Patagonia is Torres Del Paine National Park.  Here the weather is extreme and can turn in an instant and you can find yourself at the mercy of Mother Nature as she throws it all at you. No…

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Cycling, Tango and Steak in Buenos Aires

This was not my first visit to Buenos Aires, but this time we decided to stay in the local area of Palermo outside the main city area.  Such a great location for restaurants, bars and shopping and still easy to access all areas of the city. A highlight of our time in Buenos Aires was…

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Ushuaia, The End of the World

The very name Ushuaia conjurers up ideas of far away places and the “fin del mundo” or “end of the world” certainly didn’t disappoint. Its geographical isolation makes its charm feel all the more impressive. Here below watchful snowy peaks we looked out down the magnificent Beagle Channel towards the Antarctic wilderness. Our journey across…

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One of only two landlocked countries in South America, Bolivia is the highest, most rugged and isolated country in the hemisphere. Its innate charm lies in its contrasts: the clash of indigenous and European culture; landscapes (unspoilt by modern development) that include Andean mountains, steamy Amazonian rainforest, salt plains and savannahs; and a diverse range…

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Rio de Janeiro

These colourful mosaic tiled steps are located in the heart of Rio’s famous Copacabana district. We were on a day trip that encompassed not only all the ‘must see’ attractions of this vibrant city but also took us to some wonderful local and tucked away places you just wouldn’t find without an expert local guide. After…

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