Breathtaking, Colorful, Delicious: Jennifer’s Trip to Argentina & Chile

Argentina My trip began with one night in Buenos Aires, which isn’t nearly enough time to enjoy all this city has to offer. Home to thirteen million inhabitants, Buenos Aires has a notable European influence (especially Italian), which is reflected in its lovely architecture, history and culture. There truly is something for everyone here. While Read more…

The South American Answer

Travel is a natural high. It feeds the soul and opens the mind in an inexplicable way. While technology is able to bring us closer than ever before to some of the most far off places without the need to leave home, all of the YouTube videos and Facebook posts in the world cannot replicate Read more…

Southern Patagonia: Travel to the “End of the Earth”

It has been hundreds of years since the European discovery of Patagonia by Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan, yet the words used to describe this loosely-defined region made up of both Chile and Argentina have changed very little. Patagonia is remote, infinitely beautiful, exotic, vast, wild and untamable. Those who have visited will undoubtedly tell you Read more…