You can always rely on Mother Nature to impress June 16th 2007 After the Salar trip we really didn’t give ourselves any time to relax at all, the prices in Chile and especially in San Pedro de Atacama were terrible. We booked a bus to Salta in northern Argentina as soon as we arrived at the grand cost of $46 each, it also left in the morning, arriving in the evening so we wouldn’t save any money on accommodation. You’ve got to pay what you’ve got to ... read more
South America » Argentina » Misiones » Iguazú National Park 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
So.... After a couple of years of planning, which started almost as soon as we set foot back home from our previous travels, we've booked our first flight to Berlin, from there we're heading east.... When are we coming back? When we're broke or fed-up of life on the road, whichever comes first.
In these years we've added a couple of new members to the team, Nate and Gabe, our two beautiful sons. They'll be traveling with us, so these travels are going to be unlike any of our others.
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