Monthly Archives: January 2011
After another two hour flight, we arrived in Buenos Aires. This city of 11 million is a bustling, growing, modern, cosmopolitan town of tango, river front warehouses turned high end condos of Puerto Madero, European style historic buildings, and at its … Continue reading
Expecting to be well protected with our voluminous, hooded, bright red and blue Gortex raincoats, we decided to take the jet boat ride right into the base of the falls. Getting thoroughly drenched anyway, Aaron kept shouting, “Mas, mas, mas,” as we plunged again … Continue reading
After a 2-hour flight, we hiked trails overlooking Iguassu Falls, both on the Brazilian and Argentina sides. Absolutely breathtaking! Niagara, with its unobstructed vista of the entire falls, would only fill a small portion of Iguassu. Unlike Niagara, Iguassu’s falls have … Continue reading
The Ipanema area of Rio, where we stayed, was a very walkable city. We were greeted by scenic Copacabana, Limon, and Ipanema beaches, colorful regional dancers gyrating to a strong samba beat, and spectacular vistas seen from Corcovada (with its … Continue reading
Greetings! We’re finally back to reality from a wonderful month-long tour of South America and hope that you will enjoy our photo/travelogue. If you’ve already been to these locations, enjoy reliving the moments; if not, you may want to put them on your … Continue reading
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