If somebody mentions landscape photography, my immediate thoughts shoot back to October/November 2013 when I made my first visit to the Patagonia region. It was to be the pinnacle of my adventures in Latin America and it sure didn’t disappoint. … Read all about it!
Mendoza is known as the wine capital of Latina America, producing the most volume of wine and is a main driver of tourism to the Argentina. Conveniently situated on the eastern side of the Andes, it offers incredible views of … Read all about it!
Alpine architecture, trekking, micro-breweries, and Saint Bernard dogs chasing tourists. These are things you would associate with a European ski town. This is Bariloche, a town in the Northern Patagonian region of Argentina that is visited all year round for … Read all about it!
It’s not often you get to see a glacier up close and personal let alone go hiking on one, especially one as grand as the Perito Moreno Glacier. Towering icy structures, fed by snow all year around. Growing, moving, twisting … Read all about it!
The Patagonian region of Chile and Argentina was going to be the pinnacle of my trip in South America; the reason why I would travel approximately 14,000km across Central to South America. Throughout all of South America, I could feel my obsession growing … Read all about it!
It’s hard to imagine that for the last thirty something years I haven’t experienced an American Thanksgiving until now. I was in in Mendoza at the time and up until now I hadn’t met many Americans in South America so … Read all about it!
I didn’t have too many things on the to see/do list besides from what others had recommended: Eat steak, drink wine, eat steak, drink wine and repeat. Despite being quite the lazy planner by now and not having an extensive list … Read all about it!
I hadn’t planned on going to Iguazu Falls. I’m just not a waterfall kind of guy. I can for a brief moment appreciate their beauty however, I can’t sit there for hours on end and enjoy them like some people. … Read all about it!
One of the days here in Buenos Aires was quite rainy so I decided to research things to do indoors here apart from eating steak, visiting an art gallery or involving a nightclub. Two things that caught my eye that … Read all about it!