Puerto Natales: the entrance to Torres del Paine
The city of Puerto Natales is located in the southern Patagonia and is the main entrace gate to the beautiful park of Torres del Paine.
Punta Arenas: stopping for Penguins
Punta Arenas is a small city of the south of the Chilean Patagonia. It is a possible stop on the road from Ushuaia to Puerto Natales and the main interest of this stop is to visit penguins.
In and around Ushuaia
One wee in Ushuaia passes by quickly when you visit the natural wonders of south Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego with the magnificent glaciers and untouched territories.
Ushuaia, the city at the end of the world
We were not sure how long we would stay in Ushuaia because it is known to be expensive and we didn’t know what to expect. Ushuaia …
Horse-riding in the Sierras Chicos near Cordoba
We settled for a few days in Cordoba in order to do horse riding and enjoying the natural beauty of the Sierras Chicos.
A few days in Cordoba
Cordoba of Argentina has never been on our list of cities to visit. Nothing against it, but it was just not our list. It was well worth it for sure and we would visit Cordoba again.
Wandering in and around Buenos Aires
We heard it before and can only confirm it: Buenos Aires has a strong European vibe. Argentinians will remind you that at least one of their descendants is Eruopean.
Iguazu Falls: the Argentinian side
Iguazu Falls were on top of our bucket list of things to do in South America, and we visited both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides of the Iguazu Waterfalls which are simply breathtaking.
1 month in Brazil: our detailed itinerary…
From mid-September to mi-October 2018 we had the chance to explore a bit of this beautiful country: Brazil! We went from Sao Paulo, in the South, up to Jericoacoara in the North.
Iguaçu Falls: the Brazilian side
Like for many other people, Iguaçu Falls were on top of our bucket list of things to do in South America! And after having seen them, we completely understand why there are considered one of…
Ceará: the land of wind
Ceará is a state in the North East region of Brazil. We managed to rent a car which opened up the possibility explore the state by driving about half of its 600km of sandy coastline and inimaginable beaches
A brief passage by Recife and Olinda
In 1982, UNESCO added Olinda to the list of Historical and Cultural Patrimony of Humanity. The reason being that many historical monuments have been luckily preserved in Olinda…
Salvador de Bahia: a dark history under pastel colors
The complete name of Salvador is: São Salvador da Bahia de Todos os Santos (translated as Saint Savior from the Bay of All Saints). Why? Because Amerigo Vespucci.
Chapada Diamantina: trekking in the Vale do Pati
The Vale do Pati is a protected area within the Chapada Diamantina National Park. Inhabited by only 13 families, it is a beautiful place of preserved nature. The only access is by foot…
Chapada Diamantina: Lencois and surroundings
Chapada Diamantina is a region in the center of Bahia State in Brazil. Its name literally translate as the Diamond Plateau. Indeed this area is composed mainly of …