San Telmo Sunday Market

March 1, 2013 8 Comments »

The San Telmo neighborhood in tourist guides is best known for their Sunday market.  The old cobblestone streets are lined with blocks and blocks of tables with music, clothing, art, toys, and antiques.  You’ll also smell the aroma of grilled meet wafting through the streets which will entice you to stop your shopping for a […]

You Don’t Need to Tango To Visit a Milonga

February 15, 2013 8 Comments »

tango dance

You don’t have to be able to dance tango to go to a Milonga in Buenos Aires.  And if you are letting a little thing like that hold you back, then you are really missing out on having a local experience.   There are plenty of other things you can do at Milongas instead of […]

Dining in Private

February 7, 2013 15 Comments »

Ratatouille Galette

“But I don’t like to eat alone” – I hear this all the time from people who aren’t nuts about the idea of solo travel. The next comment normally is something about, “I feel weird sitting at a table by myself.” For some strange reason dining solo has never been an issue for me – […]

Traveling Solo Doesn’t Mean Solo All the Time

February 5, 2013 11 Comments »

Group dining

Sometimes I get tired of meeting people. Really tired. I feel like it’s the movie Groundhog day and I simply have gone through the same introductions for 6 years now. I know, I know – meeting people is fun. Yes – most of the time it is. But imagine the new people you may meet […]

Postcard from Buenos Aires

January 1, 2013 5 Comments »

Happy New Year from Buenos Aires! I hope your New Year celebrations were merry wherever you were in the world AND that you somehow avoided a hangover this morning! I am currently in Buenos Aires Argentina soaking up the nightlife, making new friends, and prepping for my next adventure while trying to get my last […]

Iguazu Falls Argentina in Photos

December 14, 2012 20 Comments »

Devils Throat Iguazu Falls Argentina

Iguazu Falls – it may not be the biggest, the tallest, or the most powerful – but it is the most impressive waterfall I’ve seen. And I’m someone who isn’t particularly thrilled by waterfalls – and I have no idea why.  They just don’t thrill me like a mountain does or a vast open landscape […]

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