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  • Street Art in Buenos Aires

    “A commissioned piece of graffiti on your home can actually raise the value of your home in Buenos Aires.” she says in a factual manner.

  • Panoramic Patagonia

    Patagonia is a part of the world that is meant to seen in a super wide perspective.

  • Perito Moreno Glacier VS. Viedma Glacier

    Two Glaciers, both in Los Glaciares National Park, both offer ice trekking, both marketed to adventure travelers – but which one should you choose?

  • Mate Manners

    You can’t miss the mate culture in Patagonia (pronounced maa-tay)– the cuia’s (gourds that the mate is drank out of) are sold everywhere in the markets.

  • Icebergs and their Hidden Stories

    I was mesmerized by the icebergs in Antarctica- each unique like a snowflake.

  • Antarctica’s Winged Mascot

    Sure – they smell…badly – but I found the odor pretty easy to overlook in light of their general adorableness.

  • How Kayaking in Antarctica works

    First rule of ‘Kayak Club’ in Antarctica is that you are not late to kayak club meetings. The second rule of kayak club is that you ARE NOT late to kayak club meetings.

  • Plunging into my fears

    I had made up my mind, I wasn’t going to do it. Nope. Not doing it.

  • Antarctica Wildlife Sightings

    It may be one of the last places on earth where man hasn’t taken over.

  • Ice Patterns

    While cruising around Antarctica I was amazed at the works of art that the sun, calm water, and ice can make. In fact, if you didn’t know that these were taken in Antarctica you would think are just abstract paintings – each ice pattern different and eve

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