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Smiling woman holding a cup of mate

Learning to love Yerba Mate tea in Argentina


Mate is ubiquitous in Argentina. Every day I see people toting their gourds and oversized water thermoses on sidewalks, in parks, and at work. I’ve even seen toddlers in strollers gripping the gourds that appear oversized in their tiny hands.

30/01/2019 / By / , , / Post a Comment
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10 unmissable experiences to add to your travel bucket list


There are some travel experiences that are so iconic, unique or special that they should make an appearance on everyone’s bucket list.

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What to do in Buenos Aires

Argentina reinvented: 6 unique ways to experience Buenos Aires


Buenos Aires is an exceptionally dynamic place bubbling with new takes on old clichés. Here are a few new ways to eat, drink, and dance like the Porteños of today.

13/03/2018 / By / , , , , / Post a Comment
Patagonia guide Argentina

5 Argentinean Patagonia must-sees


The “four seasons in one day” cliché applies here. It’s a land of brown hills and blue lakes, of granite peaks covered in snow, and of gauchos watching their sheep graze in windswept fields of yellow grasses.

04/01/2018 / By / , , , , / Post a Comment

Weekday Wanderlust: Iguazu Falls, Argentina


Iguazu Falls is one of those places whose sheer size makes it difficult to get into scale. Difficult, but not impossible...

13/02/2017 / By / , , , / Post a Comment