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Warning – this post might be offensive to some people. Bathrooms. Restrooms. Water Closets. WCs. Johns. Baños. Toilettes. Toilets. Loos. Lavatories. The Little Girls’ Room. The Can. By any name, in whatever language, these facilities have different personalities around the world … Continue reading
I refuse to leave South America without adding one more country to my collection. Uruguay beckons. We have only two days left and plan to pack in as much as we can in spite of my stumbling encounter with a … Continue reading
Evidently, we’re in hell. We miss our flight out of Ushuaia and wind up having to wait for a later flight that also stops in El Calefate. The flight from El Calefate to Buenos Aires started off scary with the … Continue reading
Prior to touch down in Argentina, we are kept busy filling out a long questionnaire that asks where we have been, what flights have we taken, what were our seat numbers? Do we have any health concerns? Cough? Fever? Where … Continue reading
Reasonably priced world travel is easy if you know how to do a little research, have a bit of patience and are flexible.