Onward and Upward August 3rd 2008 Well, it's been quite a while since I last blogged, so heres the latest installment. I last wrote as we boarded the bus from Rosario to Cordoba in Argentina. Here goes:
Monday 07th July
Chilled in Cordoba. Bought Steak from supermarket for tea. It was AR$9 (1.50 quid) and would have fed about four of us! It was fab!
Tuesday 08th July
Did Cordoba's sights. There's lots of nic ... read more
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Stephen Henaghan (30) Back-packer. Travelling with his girlfriend, Aimee Wood (25)
Stephen worked overseas for Thomson Holidays since 2001. He has worked in Mainland Spain (Costa Dorada, Costa Blanca, Costa del Sol), The Balearics (Ibiza, Menorca), the Canaries (Fuerteventura, Tenerife), the Caribbean (Dominican Republic), and Austria (Ellmau).
He will be starting his year-long trip on 02nd June 2008.
Some of the countries he will be visiting include: Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, New Zealand, Australia, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand.
He isn't a serious blogger and most of ... full info