Experience real tango in Buenos Aires By Eva Stelzer Five things you need to know about Argentinean Tango. It is a must to round out any Buenos Aires experience. Tango is passion, the music is haunting, there is tango for show and then there is the […]
Hiking in Southern Patagonia The moment my husband and I arrive in El Calafate, an oasis town in Southern Patagonia’s desert, we know that our decision to travel to Argentina’s outback wilderness was right. It is exotic and exciting. Birds dig their webbed feet into the […]
As one of the most accessible ice fields in the world, the Perito Moreno glacier attracts thousands of tourists to Argentina every year to take in its rigid, icy peaks and the boisterous roars of falling ice bergs. This spectacular feat of nature, a sprawling wall […]
TANGO IN BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINA: 5 REASONS TO TANGO IN BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA Tango is an essential part of any Buenos Aires experience. It is commonly held that Tango was born in the brothels of Buenos Aires, Argentina It’s more likely tango started elsewhere but that […]
Where to start in the bustling, busy, colorful city of Buenos Aires? In no particular order, here are our top five things to see and do in this amazing city. Plaza de Mayo Numerous gatherings and political protests have taken place since the Plaza de Mayo […]
Wine tasting etiquette. To spit or not to spit? On a recent walking holiday in Sicily I took a group to the Etna vineyards for a wine tasting adventure. Lava rich soil nourishes the grapes yielding a distinctive – and strong – flavour. Our group of […]
You can usually find me writing or leading some walking holiday in Italy. I took a detour so that my husband, a self-proclaimed oenophile, could discover the wines of Mendoza. I searched for a holiday that combined his love of wine with my passion for bike […]
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