Iguazu Falls | Aregntina

Words can’t even begin to describe my favorite part of my South American trip – Iguazu Falls. I don’t have any photos that do this place any justice, it was purely magical. I’d highly suggest every add this on their list of destinations to visit but make sure you go when there is a full moon. My friend told me about a moonlight hike they have in Iguazu, as the name suggest it only happens on the nights
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Brocamuebles | Buenos Aires, Argentina

One of our favorite shops in Buenos Aires was Brocamuebles it mainly runs as a textile and furniture store but they had a pop up shop with a special display of ceramics by Semana Ceramics Gres. It was beautiful work. We spent a few hours in the store trying to decide what was going home with us. The owner makes the furniture and her mother made the rugs. Here’s a few snapshots from the store and a list
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Buenos Aires, Argentina [Part Two]

Another neighborhood we wandered off to was La Boca. The neighborhood seemed to be built for tourist – but we loved the colorful walls on all the buildings. We enjoyed our very first Choripan in La Boca as well, it’s a grilled chorizo (sausage) on pan (bread) it was simple but very tasty. It was really hot while we were there so in an effort to escape the heat we decided to check out the modern art museum,
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Buenos Aires, Argentina [Part One]

My sister and I loved Argentina. It was the Europe of South America, our favorite neighborhood to wander in was Palermo. I’ve got more one of our favorite shops and list of tops coming to you later. In Buenos Aires, we spent a lot of time walking through all the neighborhoods. We stayed in a great airbnb that I’d highly recommend if you are planning a trip to BA. Our host, Veronica was fantastic. Of course we had
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Argentina or Brazil?

i’ve got travel at the top of my mind right now, planning a trip for my 30 this year. trying to decide if my sister and i can tackle both argentina and brazil or if we should stick to one. right now we are leaning towards argentina – starting in buenos aires and making our way to visit this beauty the iguazu falls that lies on the border. have you been to either place? any recommendations? if you
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