Category Archives: Argentina

The Story: As soon as we crossed the Chilean border into Argentina, we had no idea we were about to embark on a culinary marathon.  We consumed more beef in a one month span than we did the previous
The World Effect travelogue video 13: Iguassu Falls from The World Effect on Vimeo. Iguassu translated means "big water". This is probably the most water we've seen falling in one place. It is truly
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Between the borders of Brazil and Argentina lies a magnificent natural site of hundreds perhaps thousands of waterfalls, called the Iguassu Falls (also spelled Iguazu Falls).  The roar of the wa
After traveling for almost a month now around South America and being told several times just wait until you are in Buenos Aires, we have to say our expectations were high for the city.  We can
Design in Buenos Aires seems almost second nature to the Argentineans.  The beauty of old and new mixing together with ease and complementing each other is a joy to see.  Beau and I had the pleasure
Crazy creepy cool.  That's how we would describe the Recoleta cemetery in Buenos, Aires.  This cemetery is a sea of ornate tombs, vaults and beautiful sculptures encompassing 6 hectare
  The World Effect travelogue video 12: Argentina (Patagonia) from The World Effect on Vimeo. Our newest video is now uploaded.  In this video we are ice trekking on the Perito Moreno Glacier
From Bariloche we took an hour and a half flight south to El Calafate, Argentina.  This is a beautiful small town in the southern region of Patagonia.  El Calafate is very developed for bo
Imagine if Lake Tahoe was in the Alps, now put it somewhere in the southern hemisphere and you'd get the town of San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina.  Bariloche sits on Lake Nahuel Huapi in t