Sick Samba South American Adventure
Hi Everyone. Heidi, since visiting Mexico, has pretty much turned latina. She speaks Spanish, she dances Salsa and she is also one feisty little Lolita. Finally, after 7 years she has convinced me that salsa is not just used on nachos, that the best steak comes from Argentina and that Rio carnivale is not just for good looking tanned men that can dance - they do let in tall, lanky white blokes with limited hip movement. We've walked the 100m to Tescos in preparation for our trekking in Patagonia; we've taken salsa classes, spanish lessons and bucket loads of Mojitos in preparation for those hot Latin nights; we've balanced fruit on our heads and donned bikinis in a photo shoot to try and get on the floats at Carnivale; One last thing to say - "Vamanos".
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Setting up the website
Tango and steak in Buenos Aires
El Chalten & Mont Fitz Roy - The First Real...
El Calafate and the Perito Mereno Glacier
Torres Del Paine National Park -...
Bariloche and Mt Tronodor (Patagonia)
Villa La Angostura
San Martin de Los Andes and around.....
Mendoza - Argentinian Wine Country
San Juan and Around
Cordoba - University town on summer hols.
Buenos Aires - Again
Iguazu (Argentina) and Foz de Iguacu...
When my baby smiles at me I go to _ _ _
Rio - part II (48 - 96 hours)
Rio - The last 48 hours
Ihla Grande - The Big Island
Paraty - What a beautiful spot to end the...
Sao Paulo - on the way home
Buenos Aires - Third time's a charm
London Heathrow - What a great place to...