“Adios” Argentina

We find ourselves staying in Buenos Aires for a third and final time as we prepare to leave the country. We have decided to stay in our favorite neighbourhood in the city, Palermo Soho, which is a large version of our Kensington neighbourhood back home. We fell in love with this area during our first… Continue reading “Adios” Argentina

Mar del Plata, AR

Our ferry ride from Colonia to Buenos Aires was pleasant, and we taxi’d to the Retiro bus terminal to book our travel to Mar del Plata. At the terminal an agent sold us tickets for a bus departing almost immediately. We sprinted down the length of the concourse, only to be brought up short halfway,… Continue reading Mar del Plata, AR

Iguazú Falls, AR

After a 17 hour bus ride from Buenos Aires, we rolled into Puerto Iguazú, just after 12pm the following day. We were hoping to meet up with Holly, Matas and Anna, our American friends from Eco Yoga Park, but they had arrived a day earlier and were already on their way to Uruguay. At any… Continue reading Iguazú Falls, AR

Buenos Aires, AR… Again

We arrived at Chill House, Buenos Aires, and were immediately greeted with a recommendation for a local restaurant. We tucked in straight away to a meal loaded with forbidden beer, red meat, onions, and garlic. It was fantastic. Having already seen quite a bit of the “touristy” side of the city we instead used the… Continue reading Buenos Aires, AR… Again

Eco Yoga Park (week 2), AR

Week Two at the Park proceeded very much like Week One, with much the same routine of early mornings, chores, meals and yoga. Our main chore became varnishing the monks’ house, which we found somewhat less back-breaking than garden work, but a lot messier – both of us left stained garments behind, bequeathed to future painters. Having… Continue reading Eco Yoga Park (week 2), AR

Buenos Aires, AR

Once we stepped out off the plane at the international airport in Buenos Aires, I could immediately notice the difference in the air from that of Germany and the impeding winter that was on our tails. With the worries of the European passport controls behind us, Dan was finally able to exhale and take in… Continue reading Buenos Aires, AR