After a brief blogging hiatus to focus on my Master’s exam and some job searching, I am back and ready … Continue reading Things You Get Used to Living in Argentina
I was that girl. You’ve all seen her. She’s the one with multiple bags stuffed to the max pleading with … Continue reading Packing Light for Chronic Overpackers
…A couple days in Bariloche was just what I needed. Mountains, pine trees, outdoor activities, wildlife and chocolate made me feel like I was in Switzerland. Continue reading My Patagonian Adventure (Part Four: A Slice of Switzerland)
Before I knew it, we were at the border. The bus driver directed us all to get off the bus and register with border control in a tiny cabin in the middle of nowhere…but the things we would see that day made up for the early wake-up time. Continue reading My Patagonian Adventure (Part Two: 8 Hours in Chile)
…Just when we thought the hike was a bust, the skies started to clear, and choruses of Annie started ringing in my head. The same veiled valley we saw on our way up was essentially crystal clear and the mountains gloriously stood in the backdrop… Continue reading My Patagonian Adventure (Part Three: Argentina’s Trekking Capital)
“…arid steppes, expansive lakes of various hues of blue, sprawling snow-capped mountain ranges and enchanting forests to explore…”
What more could a girl ask for?! Continue reading My Patagonian Adventure (Part One: El Calafate)
…a pleasant aroma tantalizes your senses. Gradually the air becomes imbued with a subtle smoky, peppery essence. All around you, families and friends are gathering to prepare and enjoy a mouthwatering asado, with no shortage of succulent and seasoned-to-perfection cuts of meat to go around. Continue reading Oh, Sweet Sunday.