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08. Jun, 2011

Salvador – Indulging our Senses

Salvador – Indulging our Senses

Leaving Rio de Janeiro was tough, it’s a city that has so much to offer and the longer you stay in it, the more it sucks you in. Some people even declare that there’s no city in the world like it. 2 hours later we were flying over the coast of Salvador, Brazil’s Colonial Capital [...]

30. May, 2011

Our mission in Iguazu

Our mission in Iguazu

Time was running out for us, but we could not leave without visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Iguazu Falls shared by Argentina and Brazil. Both parks, on both countries received the UNESCO status due not only to the natural beauty, but to the great amount of rare and endangered fauna and flora. The falls are [...]

30. May, 2011

My name is Rio

My name is Rio

Cape Town had spent over 6 months at the top of our chart of the Best City in the World, although Ninfa was probably by now a little fed up of my constant reminder that because we still hadn’t seen Rio de Janeiro, the jury was still out. Now Judgement Day had come, is Rio [...]

25. May, 2011

Antarctica – Life in the Polar Circle

Antarctica – Life in the Polar Circle

One of the key factors in our decision to pick the Plancius for our Antarctic Expedition was that it would bring us south of the South Polar Circle. This can only be done late in the season once the ice has melted sufficiently for a boat to sail beyond the circle, but even then, ice [...]

23. May, 2011

Antarctica – Penguins, Petrels and Party Animals

Antarctica – Penguins, Petrels and Party Animals

When I was a child, I had a large picture of a red Ferrari TestaRossa hanging over my bed. I used to dream that one day, I would own a Ferrari, or at least drive one. Well, when I was 19, I actually got to do that, drive one, not own one. A few years [...]

19. May, 2011

Antarctica – Anticipation leads to Deception

Antarctica – Anticipation leads to Deception

The 15th of March in Ushuaia was the kind day that’s just perfect for a pair of shorts and a snug skijacket. As we made our way with our bags to the port of Ushuaia, we were setting off on a summer trip with a difference – a 12 day, 11 night trip to the [...]

03. May, 2011

Ushuaia is not the End of the World

Ushuaia is not the End of the World

Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, commonly known as Fin del Mundo (the End of the World) is the administrative capital of Tierra del Fuego and the Malvinas, known in English as the Falkland Islands. It’s easy to forget about the short Falklands War in the 1980s which began with an Argentine invasion to [...]

27. Apr, 2011

Big and Beefy Buenos Aires

Big and Beefy Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires was one of the most anticipated destinations on our South American leg of our year in motion. We were to spend around ten days there in all, and visited the city on three separate occasions during our time in and around Argentina. So did it live up to expectations? Well, there’s a story [...]

06. Apr, 2011

Smuggler’s Den – Colonia del Sacramento

Smuggler’s Den – Colonia del Sacramento

One of the great attractions of visiting a Latin American country is a rich legacy of beautiful colonial architecture, and Colonia del Sacramento on the banks of the Rio Plata in Uruguay is one of South America’s finest examples. Colonia del Sacramento is a small port town just an hour’s boat ride across the wide [...]

04. Apr, 2011

Mateando in Montevideo

Mateando in Montevideo

During our extended time in Buenos Aires (BA), we took a four day break to visit Colonia and Montevideo in Uruguay. On the fast ferry Colonia is just an hour away from BA, and once in Colonia, it’s an easy 2.5 hour bus to Montevideo from the Colonia port. We were looking to get away [...]

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