Buenos Aires, as a city, is known for many things: night clubs, tango dancing, Eva Peron…I could go on and on. But what I did not expect to
LaBoca is an overwhelmingly touristy, but strangely beautiful neighborhood. The LaBoca neighborhood is home to the soccer stadium, which as you can imagine, many visitors were super hype about.
So my first impression of Argentina is that there is a lot to do! I didn’t get settled into the hotel until about 9pm. So I opted
I generally pride myself on finding deals. And I always associate the notion of a “side trip” with being inexpensive. However, procrastination and indecisiveness probably added a couple hundred
I wish I could take credit for that quote…but after all of the adventures in Peru, looping back through to go to Central Lima might have been anti-climactic…the
I can fully admit it…I wasn’t ready.
Mentally–I was all in–
But physically–the Inca Trail kicked my ass.
Literally, figuratively, and any other kind of adjective you could
There was a lot of hype surrounding Cusco. Several Peruvians we met along the way were either from Cusco or just loved the city so much that they
Well after dealing with CIVA, I think I had a bit of PTSD. A relaxing ride was definitely in order and the bus ride to Cusco was probably
After leaving Arequipa, we hopped a bus to Puno. The ride was much smoother this time around, but we took a bus that was uhm…not quite as nice.