Entries from 'Argentinien'

red red wine

In Mendoza, we set out with a bike through vinyards and olive tree plantations to get a taste of the local produce. Stopping every now and then along the road we visited a couple of wineries, got a tour with explanations about how the wine is produced and – of course – lots of samples…

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end of roadtrip

So….our great roadtrip ended in Bariloche! And while we were all happy to leave the dust and gravel roads behind us, it was also a little sad to let our tiny, but brave car go; and say goodbye to lonely roads, wide skies and the feeling of endless freedom. After more than 2500km and 11…

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Piltriquitron Challenge

The city of El Bolson is surrounded by many mountains which are great for hiking. I really wanted to climb one of them and so we decided to give the Monte Piltriquitron a try. From the trail you have a great view towards the city and the panorama, but the last part of the hike…

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da wo der gletscher kalbt…

The legendary Glaciar Perito Moreno is part of the third-largest continental icefield and is simply huge… Even in El Calafate you can see pieces of ice drifting on the nearby lake, so being really close to the majestic glacier and hearing big chunks of ice thundering into the icy blue water was a great experience!

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today

– I realised that I am currently on my 5th continent– I tried Mate tea for the first time– I bought a new camera since the old one got stolen the other day– 2 of my friends have their birthday– I managed to send a job application with the great help of my little sister…

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first days in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires greets me with a fresh and clear morning. After 14 hours flight from Roma I’m happy to be on the ground again and to move my legs! And BA is a city where you’ll walk a lot through the endless streets from one part of the city to the next. Highlights include the…

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