Pastel de Queijo

Top 5 Street Eats in Rio de Janeiro

If you’re a foodies with a flair, Rio is just for you! Yes, food sold on the streets in Rio, or any where for that matter, can be sketchy for sure. My tip always, if it looks off or just not quite there, you’re probably right. Trust your gut and steer clear of the funny… Read more…

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Buenos Aires

Tango Lessons in Buenos Aires

Checking off #14 on our 30 before 30 list of travel must! You can’t go to Buenos Aires and NOT book tango lessons. It’s like going to New York and not seeing a broadway show. It’s like a right of passage when visiting Argentina. G booked us with Complejo Tango. This came highly recommended by… Read more…

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Buenos Aires

Why You Should Visit Buenos Aires

It’s cheap. It’s really cheap. Really really cheap. I mean outrageously, ridiculously cheap. Most cab rides are going to cost you $4 maybe $5. And in a city this big, you’ll be thankful there are plenty of taxis to go around. I dare you to cross the streets 16- lanes wide on foot. It’s big…. Read more…

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Buenos Aires

Food Trippin’ in Buenos Aires

For only 4- days in Buenos Aires, not half bad on the food frenzie.   In fact, we ate far better than expected. Buenos Aires is a playground for foodies and a mecca for meat lovers! Believe me, you won’t go hungry while you’re here. La Cabrera steak JA Cabrera 5099 | tel: 4831 7002 |… Read more…

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Iguazu Falls

Hostel Review | Marcopolo Inn Iguazu Falls

First thing you should know. There are 3 different Marcopolo establishments and 2 of them are called Inns — Hostel Inn, Marcopolo Inn and Marcopolo Suites. Confused? So was our driver. Our own taxi driver, a local no less, kept getting lost and taking us to the wrong one — the lesser, more grungier of… Read more…

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