After the initial shock at what had happened, luckily as Mikey was wearing jeans the bite wasn’t too deep. Annie used her best nursing voice to calm Mikey down, and we decided all we needed was to grab a tetanus and rabies vaccine. The lady at the campsite said the dog was vaccinated, which was … Continue reading A Tour of South American Hospitals
The first thing we wanted to find in Mendoza was a nice brunch restaurant – we were going to truly embrace being in another Metropolitan hub! Luckily we found a gorgeous little cafe with outside seating serving up some incredible scrambled eggs and avocado breakfast – we could easily have been in England except the … Continue reading Indulging a Little Too Much
After spending a week of lounging about and not doing too much in the way of exercise we decided to head towards a lake famous for windsurfing. Having seen pictures online it looked like a stunning place to spend a week and it was on our route anyway so that would be our next stop. … Continue reading Waiting for the Windfall
After enjoying our time in the city of Salta we were looking forward to getting out of town for a bit. The drive down was about 3 hours but passed incredibly quickly as we first made a stop for some of the best empanadas we’d had on the whole trip, although they did turn out to … Continue reading A Week in the Wine Region
Whilst the salt flats were absolutely one of the most incredible experiences of the trip, it's fair to say we were pretty done with the altitude. The freezing cold nights, and getting breathless just climbing up the stairs for over a month meant we were excited to get to lower altitude. Luckily for us the … Continue reading Finally Coming Downhill
It was never our intention to miss out on Argentinas most famous food when we entered Buenos Aires, but unfortunately saving our visit to the steak house for the last day or two coincided with a bout of rather offensive food poisoning! That aside however, Buenos Aires is a city enriched with a wealth of … Continue reading A Week in Buenos Aires with No Steak?
One of the seven natural wonders of the world, Iguazu Falls is the third largest waterfalls in the world. Trumped only by Niagara falls in Canada and Angel Falls in Venezuela, it certainly doesn't feel like third place when you're standing at the foot of thousands of gallons of water crashing down around you. … Continue reading Iguazu Falls