Adrenalin hits you down the rapids and increases, followed by a wave of terror when you see where the bath is going to be. I had already done this tour, but not in this waterfall, neither with this amount of water!
The nice thing about traveling to the border is to enjoy a varied and typical cuisine of each country. Even better if it is where Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay meet.
When we talk about Iguassu Falls, it is not possible to know it all in one weekend: one half is in Brazil and the other half is in Argentina, each one run by different companies and with different attractions. Both deserve a visit for being completely different. One day on each side is enough to know the basic, four days is perfect for a complete experience in the two countries.
It is now time to talk about taste. I share with you my latest gastronomic findings in Buenos Aires.
I spent a few days in Buenos Aires, and as I have been there before, this time I could sharpen my smell and taste in aromatic and gastronomic places. Argentina is still one of the best places in the world to eat meat, and going to places filled with aromas that stir one’s senses was amazing.
There are many options to spend New Year’s Eve: New York, Paris, Rio de Janeiro… all very interesting, but I will tell you a little about the New Year’s Eve I spent in Aconcagua.
I spent New Year’s Eve walking in Aconcagua Provincial Park, we had 3-day trekking in a magnificent place with landscape looking like paint.
Walking around Casa Rosada I found this statue of Cristovão Colombo. While front side in Praça de Maio was crowded with tourists, the backyards in Parque Cólon was empty displaying a good view to appreciate architecture details besides the monument donated to Argentinians by Italy.
Visit Perito Moreno is really an impressive experience. The noise scares and anxiety increases with each rupture. It’s a joy shooting the exact moment that the ice wall crashed from the glacier.
Sunday is the of San Telmo Antiques Fair in Buenos Aires. The antiquarian district has cobbled streets and historic houses that stay crowded with tourists and locals