We just left Chile after just over a month in the country – which was amazing – and I will soon get some posts up detailing our experiences.
We flew into Buenos Aires, the first stop on our 5.5 month trip through South America. From there we went south, so it’s probably no surprise that all of our top 5 photos come from Argentinian Patagonia.
Bariloche was our first introduction to Patagonia, and god damn, we were so excited. Mendoza had been a let down for us (our fault though, not Mendozas), so we were really looking forward to what Bariloche had to offer.
As I mentioned in my post about El Chalten, it was hard to find information about family friendly hikes prior to our Patagonia trip.
The southern Patagonian ice field is one of the most important collections of glaciers in the world. The ice field which spreads along the Andes for 350 km’s.
Before traveling to Patagonia with my four year old and three month old sons, I did quite a bit of research and asked quite a few questions in forums about family hikes in Patagonia.
It’s actually a little bit difficult for me to write a 2018 goals post since most of our 2018 travel is already mapped out.
The year is coming to an end and it’s time to think about whether or not we achieved our goals for the year, and make new goals for the year ahead.
Because no one only wants to hear the “best of” stories. So come, and revel in my 2017 travel fails. The Pink Vomit Incident i travel a lot for my job, and often, if I need to be in another state for a meeting or a conference on a Monday or a Friday, I will tie in a weekend trip to the city.
Well, 2017 started off pretty slow. We had a couple of big trips, but mostly I stayed home and slept and waddled – because I was pregnant with kid #2.
Sitting on a patio in the sun, a glass of malbec in your hand, looking out over the fields of grapes with the Andes in the background.
Ok full disclosure. We actually spent way more than 48 hours in Montevideo. But with two kids under the age of 5, and with our homeschooling routine for our eldest, any normal person can achieve in 48 hours that which takes us a week… so….
Argentina was the first stop on our South American adventure, and to be honest, we were not really sure what to expect.
I’m a sucker for a good coffee table book. I probably need multiple coffee tables at this point actually.
I’m pretty late to most bandwagons, and AirBnB was no exception. However, in my defense, I have tried to use the home sharing website in the past.
Roger is a mad traveler and lover of the outdoors. Originally from Australia, he is now living in Switzerland where he spends most of his time traveling, blogging, hiking, mountain biking or flying his Mavic Pro drone.
As temperatures begin to cool and the days get shorter it means it is almost time for Christmas Markets.
Baby number 2 arrived about two months ago and I have 12 months of maternity leave. So of course, an epic trip has been planned.
Sydney features pretty high on many people’s bucket lists, but I don’t really know why. I mean, it’s a great place to live and the city has a lot to offer.
So far, Africa remains relatively unexplored for me. Sure, I have been to Morocco, but that’s it. The only continent less explored than Africa for me is South America, but I will be rectifying that very shortly.