Cusco is literally breathtaking. The high altitude means that if you move about too fast or take some stairs (of which there are many) you are left panting for air. Being up so high also means the views are stunning- this is the view from the balcony of our room.
Getting my natural clay mask on in the middle of the Amazon #amazonwomaninthemaking
There were many times I wondered if we were crazy for being in the middle of the Amazon, like when we were 20cm away from Bullet Ants whose bite would see us dead within 12 hours or when we were staring into a Tarantula nest but then we would see a flock of Macaws playing in the trees or a pack of Otters hunting and I would remember what an awesome experience this is.
Goodbye Argentina! Had such an amazing time exploring the different regions, sampling the foods and learning some Spanish (I got you covered if you need to say potato chips, ice cream or hi cute dog in Spanish). On to Peru!
The whole time we were in Argentina, I kept getting asked if I was Brazilian so had to stop by the home country on the way to Peru. Got really up and close to the waterfalls (including directly under them!)
It was supposed to storm all day, but we had sun instead. I saw animals I had never even heard of or only seen in photos (like a Tucan!). I got views like this all day. So many reasons to smile
Spent a good 7 hours exploring the Argentinian side of Iguazu Falls today. Truly an amazing place. Biggest waterfalls I have ever seen and the wildlife is spectacular too! #argentinatravel
Goodbye Bariloche! Such a postcard beautiful place where even the view from our hostel was breath taking. Snow capped mountains, pristine lakes and streets lined with chocolate shops- holiday heaven.
Living that Gaucho life. Spent the day at La Fragua ranch learning about the local animals, riding through the rugged scenery and eating the most delicious Argentinean BBQ (Asado)