Abrief photographic tour of my favorite spots in my favorite city, Buenos Aires.
La Boca is a colorful barrio located south east of Buenos Aires. Colorful houses, tango on streets, paintings, street artists, cheap souvenirs, cafes, and many more will definitely make you love its festive and vibrant atmosphere. One of my favorite spots in BA and a must see when visiting Argentina's culture rich Capital.
Had a three-day off from work so some friends (from the Madz) and I decided to go out of the country. Flights were ridiculously expensive so we ended up taking a USD200 RT semi-cama bus to the Argentina-Brazil-Paraguay Border, Iguazu Falls. Our supposedly 20-hour bus ride turned into a 25-hour one as our bus broke down in the middle of nowhere. Thanks to a very helpful Colombian man we met along the road who helped us reach our destination as soon as possible. Upon arriving Puerto Iguazu (town), we were welcomed and greeted by our friends from Paraguay who helped us and accompanied us through the Park. Treated ourselves into a churrascaria that night for some authentic Argentine beef for dinner, and later partied with the locals in a mini club/bar. Had lunch in Brazil the next day, boardeed the bus and back to Buenos Aires after a day of travel. All the effort and what we've gone through was worth it upon seeing this magnificent beauty. Special thanks to our Paraguayan friends who really helped us throught the Iguazu trip. Muchas Gracias
Puerto Madryn is a city in Chubut Province in the Argentine Patagonia, a region famous for whale shark sightings, wild flamingos, penguins and many more sea creatures. All flights were cancelled to the southern hemispher of Argentina due to the Volcanic Eruption in Chile hence we had no choice but to take a 20-hour bus ride to the middle earth just in time for the 9th Symposium in Choral Music. Presenting scenes from the middle part of the Argentine landscape.