Day 4 We woke up again at 6:00, ready to have breakfast at 6:30, and be off the ship promptly at 8:00am. The ship had other ideas in store so we were off the ship promptly at about 8:15am [when it finished docking] and when we did get off it was raining. But it was […]Read more "Cruisers of the Caribbean Pt. 2"
In order to dedicate a whole blog to Iceland, which it obviously deserved, I had to skip out on a few things that happened in Trujillo, so this blog is a little out of order as I go back and recount those and then skip ahead again in order to catch you up on the […]Read more "When in Trujillo…"
My friends studying abroad in England (the ones I met up with in Barcelona) planned a separate trip to Madrid at the end of November. Unfortunately for them, and myself, it was pouring rain the entire time so it wasn’t quite as picturesque as usual but I brought Austin’s umbrella and took them to all […]Read more "Toma, Antonia!"
For my last week in Buenos Aires I flew the coop and headed to Igazu again!!!! Whoo!!!!! Just kidding… In downtown Buenos Aires there’s a “Monument to Igazú” but it’s actually just a mock Igazú Falls for all the tourists who won’t be able to make it up to Igazú. I mean come on, that’s […]Read more "The One With All the Goodbyes"
A little delayed, but I finally got the photos from our river rafting trip in Mendoza! Look how much fun we had! We’re all sopping and smiling 😀 Having some free time last week a friend and myself headed to La Boca to explore. We visited Caminito on our city tour but it rained […]Read more "The One With Uruguay"
Because Mendoza threw off my blog schedule, you all get two blogs, this week this one filled with things I did last week and this week (aka today). The tango is a very popular dance here in Argentina (as I’m sure everyone knows) and in addition to tango shows around the city, and lots of […]Read more "The One in the Pampas"
The elevators here are kind of awesome. It was one of the first things we noticed after arriving at our hotel and taking our suitcases upstairs. Most of the elevators have manual doors and are incredibly small. The apartment elevators all hold about three people squished very closely together. If you forgot to close the […]Read more "The One With the New Country"