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This utterly silly post is a collaborative effort between myself and of one of my favorite families. There may have been a bit of alcohol involved as well. Thanks to Jana, Tom and Tristen for an amazing three weeks! It … Continue reading
El Bolson, Argentina I stepped off the bus in El Bolson and was greeted by azure skies. Drumbeats floated through the warm afternoon air, landing sweetly in my ears. I have no maps or guidebooks for Argentina, so I show … Continue reading
I finally made it. You remember my week spent in El Calafate nursing my knee and hoping to get to El Chalten right? One of the beauties of long term travel is the flexibility to deal with unexpected events. Two … Continue reading