Puerto Iguazu is a small city of 66,000 or so people and is the Argentinian jumping off point for trips to see Iguazu Falls. We will be visiting them over the next couple of days. We’ve heard they are spectacular.Read More
Author: Mark Crosby
Last night we were once again on an overnight bus traveling across South America. This time it was a 1,000+ km trip north of Buenos Aires to a little place called Puerto Iguazú. Puerto Iguazú is the city on the Argentinian side of three boarders. The other countries it borders are Paraguay and Brazil.Read More
Yes, we are still in Buenos Aires. And I am sorry, I did it again. I forgot to post an update on our change of location. We didn’t move too far from the Airbnb in Monseratt. We are also only a few blocks away from La Barca Hotel, where we stayed the first week we were in Buenos Aires. This time we selected an old building.Read More
If you are going to live in a big city, you need to do it near the heart of the city. Monseratt is close enough to the action that you can walk to most points of interest. For the ones further away, there are special tour buses that have different routes. You can hop on and off them to see the sights you are interested in. The place we stayed in last month was OK, but the neighborhood was just so much urban filler.Read More
The 2017 Feria de las Flores in Medellin was the 60th year the silleteros have paraded their beautiful silletas through Medellin. To be a stillero is to be a hard working artist carrying on a cherished, traditional occupation.Read More
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