Monthly Archives: November 2010

Australia: heaps good

One week in Australia and I’ve seen kangaroos and koalas in the wild, shot guns in the outback, worked on the bizarre Aussie slang, came face to face with the biggest spider I’ve ever seen, rode around in a Jeep, … Continue reading

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The Superclasico: world’s craziest football match

Even though I’m now in Australia (and you can start expecting updates about my travels here soon), I wanted to share one last thing from South America. The Superclasico is a football match between the two biggest teams in Buenos … Continue reading

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Suramérica es el mejor: wrapping up

Now that my journey through South America has ended, it’s time for a quick recap, touching on some things that slipped through the cracks in the regular updates, as well as picking my most favorite photos of the trip. Amount … Continue reading

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Buenos Aires: world class

My final stop in South America is the great city of Buenos Aires. A massive urban sprawl with a most vibrant, cosmopolitan core. Originally I was going to use the two weeks here to make excursions to Iguazu and Uruguay, … Continue reading

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Bolivia: everything, everything, everything

I’ve been on a rollercoaster ride through Bolivia, and it has been amazing. I’m leaving for Buenos Aires tomorrow, but I could have easily spent six instead of three weeks here. I’m going to tell you what has been going … Continue reading

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