Santiago to Buenos Aires: Steak, Cemeteries and Waterfalls July 22nd 2009 So after the obligatory farewells, it was farewell to the remaining people from my Oasis trip and farewell to Chile as I jumped on the very fancy Chile/Argentina bus service. It was a 8 hour bus service but it flew by. It helped that all the seats were individual and were more Laz-y-boys than bus seats. The scenery was also amazing as we climbed up and over the Andes' mountains and several ski res ... read more
South America » Argentina » Buenos Aires » Buenos Aires Following independence from Spain in 1816, Argentina experienced periods of internal political conflict between conservatives and liberals and between civilian and military factions. After World War II, a long period of Peronist authoritarian rule an... ... read more
Hey all, i'm James from the extremely talented sporting nation of New Zealand. I'm a world explorer, who has raised funds for this expedition by working in Finance for a few years. Since conquering the Middle East and alot of Europe on my way to the UK, I have settled in London for the time being to earn some pounds to fund even more adventures back over the English Channel into Europe, South America and generally anywhere that takes my fancy.
Stay tuned for the next exciting adventure............
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