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Argentina's pleasures - stunning natural wonders, an elegant capital with a European-flavored sophistication, and a passionate culture - are as tempting as ever. The silver lining to the financial cloud is that it's now one of the best travel bargains around. This is one Latin American country where Europeans and North Americans can feel at ease and travel relatively inconspicuously. An interest in soccer and some nimble foot skills may be all you need to blend in with the locals.

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by maria_luis, Views[65]
Can't get the pictures to rotate.  Finished off the first leg of my trip, the six weeks went fast. On my way from BA to Athens.: by lipowcan8, Views[117]
After soccer game. They expected trouble. It seemed pretty calm to me, but I think there was some violence.: by lipowcan8, Views[120]
Monitor at BA airport: by lipowcan8, Views[111]
The World Cup continued to haunt me to the very end. The soccer team arrived at the BA airport about the same time as my flight to Rome. My flight was delayed two hours and I missed my connection to Athens.: by lipowcan8, Views[107]
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Buenos Aires

Mon, 29 Sep 2014 | By kathygepp | Views [93]

Darrell & I left Adelaide on Friday 26th September at 12.25 and flew to Sydney. On arrival we walked to where we were told we could catch the shuttle to the Mecure Hotel.  There were many shuttle buses coming and going and no signs on any that ... Read more >

Buenos Aires 26th of February until the 7th of March.

Tue, 2 Sep 2014 | By margitpirsch | Views [156]

Our last station in South America before heading home. We are staying with Marisa in her tiny little apartment and we got invited to dine with her family where we meet old and young mixed in harmony and respect. I learn a lot from these latino families.... Read more >

Other bodies

Wed, 27 Aug 2014 | By maria_luis | Views [103] | Video | Scholarship Entry

We both studied journalism before we understood the filmmaking is our passion, straight after we entered the film school of Eliseo Subiela, argentinian crazy genius. Three years ago we left our homes, our countries (Russia and Colombia) and landed in ... Read more >

Tags: 2014 Travel Film Scholarship to Mexico

Photos: Buenos Aires Argentina

Thu, 17 Jul 2014 | By lipowcan8 | Photo Gallery

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Buenos Aires Argentina

Thu, 17 Jul 2014 | By lipowcan8 | Views [120]

Buenos Aires is a big city. Some say there are 13 million people in the area. As you walk the streets, every few seconds you hear someone saying cambio,cambio, cambio. it's a black market money exchange. In retrospect maybe I should've taken advantage ... Read more >

Off the bike for almost a week and then a 50 hour bus ride to Buenos Aires

Sat, 12 Jul 2014 | By margitpirsch | Views [215]

The time has come, the time is now....we are heading back north on a bus. There were moments in time when I was hurting on the bike. I looked longingly at one of those big touristy busses (or any bus for that matter), thinking how wonderful it would ... Read more >

Iguazu Falls - Argentina and Brazil

Mon, 7 Jul 2014 | By lipowcan8 | Views [148]

Iguazu Falls is definitely a wow moment. It's actually 275 falls that straddle between Argentina and Brazil. I spent one day on the Brazil side and one day on the Argentina side. I did the boat ride on the Argentina side, definitely an A ticket ride.... Read more >

Argentina, Chile & Patagonia

Tue, 1 Jul 2014 | By coggos | Views [1370]

  Ranking among the Seven wonders of the natural world it's not hard to see how Foz de Iguacu or Iguassu Falls earns it spot. We are absolutely mesmerised. Following all the excellent advice we receievd we view the falls from Brazil first ... Read more >

Tags: buenos aires, el calafate, el chalten, navimag, patagonia, perido merino, puerto iguassu, puerto montt, torres del paine

Photos: Argentina, Chile, Patagonia

Mon, 30 Jun 2014 | By coggos | Photo Gallery

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the day after - few days at the end of the world.

Wed, 21 May 2014 | By margitpirsch | Views [398]

The friendly/funny young men who carried our bikes to the basement last night were no where to be seen the next morning and the person behind the desk gave us a look like: "you are kidding me, right?" when we ask for help to get our bikes out of there.... Read more >

Lucky break

Thu, 15 May 2014 | By valerialozito | Views [135] | Scholarship Entry

I usually "Enter to win" in Facebook, not very hopefully most of the times, but, well, you never know. And as long as I don't have to ask all my friends to vote for me, or my picture, or my comment, it's easy and it bothers nobody. Mugs, shoes, dinners, ... Read more >

Tags: 2014 Travel Writing Scholarship - Euro Roadtrip

Travel Recipe

Thu, 15 May 2014 | By khanele | Views [118] | Scholarship Entry

Spanish is very easy, just say everything with "ere". If you were a tailor at home here you’re called "sastrere". Forty years in the country you’re called "extranjere”. Have a wife and children in Europe here you’re called "soltere". -from Jevel Katz’s ... Read more >

Tags: 2014 Travel Writing Scholarship - Euro Roadtrip

A Train to Tucuman

Thu, 15 May 2014 | By jmj | Views [133] | Scholarship Entry

I’ll never forget the day that I left Rosario, Argentina. I arrived at the train station and purchased my fare. “Usted quiere primera o normal?” the ticket man asked me. “Normal,” of course. My twenty-year-old self wanted nothing of luxuries, even though ... Read more >

Tags: 2014 Travel Writing Scholarship - Euro Roadtrip

My 2014 Travel Writing Scholarship - Euro Roadtrip entry

Thu, 15 May 2014 | By juanmaiso | Views [122] | Scholarship Entry

The night train stopped in the middle of nowhere. No trainwreck or explanations: just a stop. Then raw voices telling us to get out. But there was something after all, a dark train station with a sign: “Azul”. A little town in Buenos Aires's province ... Read more >

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Mendoza Redux

Thu, 15 May 2014 | By ingano | Views [102] | Scholarship Entry

I am writing from Mendoza –Argentina, home of great wines, the “Sage of the Andes” known as Silo, the famous outlaw-out-of-love Vairoleto, and my father Ulises Manuel Rinaudo. I have been here for three weeks, but my journey began far before that, 37 ... Read more >

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