Posts Tagged‘Argentina’

Whether you prefer skiing or lounging by the beach, the top tourist attractions in Bariloche guarantee to cater to both skiers and beach bums.  Formally known as San Carlos de Bariloche, this city in the…

Travel Contests

I like Tom Tom, and apparently, so do others as I found out back in Philly last week when somebody broke into my friend’s car and took hers (I guess it’s the season of “giving? anyways…

Dove shooting in Argentina

When I was living in Buenos Aires, I would be walking on the street and randomly see people from America that definitely stood out. We’re not talking about your typical travel hipster or baby boomer…

Architcture in Buenos Aires

There’s nothing like a stroll down the Avenue des Champs-Élysées after a $10 gelato, a week long stay in London at a $200/night mediocre hotel or a $15 beer at a club in New York City…Not. While…

fake currency

The Following is a Guest Post from Emily Buchanan. It’s a well-known fact that when you’ve been travelling on a sweaty chicken bus for 12 hours straight, you’re going to be more susceptible to scams. Even if you’re…

Studying Abroad in Barcelona

So you’re toying with the idea that you might want to take your academic (or lack thereof) endeavors overseas.  Maybe you’re looking for an excuse to get to travel on the dime of your parentals…

Well, after making  my monthly trip to the super market (I try to go weekly), I was in the home cleaning aisle looking to stock up on some paper towels when I saw this behemoth. It’s equal to 2.5 rolls…

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