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Söndag

Ingen lyxig söndagsmiddag här, blev stekt falukorv och snabbmakaroner. Förutom de jag ska äta åt jag en paket TUC salta kex också, farligt goda.. No luxury sunday dinner here, made sausage with pasta. Outside of my regular food I ate a package...
by Helen Holmberg on Sep 10, 2013

Guest post: My first time in Argentina

Everything in one place Guest post by Jerrard Doran   The 8th biggest country in the world. A country spanning seven different climactic zones. From the lowest point on the South American continent (that’s Laguna del Carbón) to the highest peak i...
by First-Time Travels on Nov 21, 2012

Your Story: My first time in Argentina

Everything in one place by Jerrard Doran   The 8th biggest country in the world. A country spanning seven different climactic zones. From the lowest point on the South American continent (that’s Laguna del Carbón) to the highest peak in all of th...
by First-Time Travels on Nov 21, 2012

Hangin’ with CloudHead in Salta, Argentina

Besides hanging out with our new adopted family from Salta, Shaun and I got to participate in an awesome project – CloudHead. Noah and Leigh (you may know her as @thefutureisred) run an amazing NGO in Salta that brings people together to create...
by Over Yonderlust on Apr 23, 2012

Tramspotting: Teleferico in Salta, Argentina

While we did manage to spend most of our time on the outskirts of Salta, one of our must dos was to visit the Teleferico in Salta, Argentina. We are no stranger to trams on this Latin American adventure. I’m a firm believer that you can see a c...
by Over Yonderlust on Apr 20, 2012

Reflections of Salta

As we approached Salta, the more nervous we got. We were in our last country. It is over. Sure we are going to try and enjoy the last of it… but it is over. And while we had been looking forward to visiting our friend Leigh (thefutureisred.com...
by Over Yonderlust on Apr 16, 2012

Torta rustica salata con funghi e salsiccia

Ingredienti: 1 disco di pasta briseè, 2 uova, 150 ml panna, 100 gr...
by Cucina e sapori ... on Feb 5, 2012

24 hidden destinations in Argentina

Argentina is very vast and has many places that are unknown even to the local travelers, they are hidden places that unique and incredible, some very difficult to reach. In this post I wanted to show a journey through 24 hidden destinations in Argent...
by Places to visit in Argentina on Dec 26, 2011

24 hidden destinations in Argentina

Argentina is very vast and has many places that are unknown even to the local travelers, they are hidden places that unique and incredible, some very difficult to reach. In this post I wanted to show a journey through 24 hidden destinations in Argent...
by Places to visit in Argentina on Dec 26, 2011

Photo of the Month - May 2010 - Road to Iruya, Salta

Iruya is located in the Andes at 2780 Meters above sea level, approximately at a distance of 320km. from the city of Salta. It is known for its geographic beauty and as a dream town because of its beauty. In the village of Iruya Aboriginal culture i...
by Places to visit in Argentina on May 20, 2010

Photo of the Month - May 2010 - Road to Iruya, Salta

Iruya is located in the Andes at 2780 Meters above sea level, approximately at a distance of 320km. from the city of Salta. It is known for its geographic beauty and as a dream town because of its beauty. In the village of Iruya Aboriginal culture i...
by Places to visit in Argentina on May 20, 2010
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