Or WHY should Rosario travel be part of your itinerary in Argentina Once upon a time, there was a river. A mighty river, the biggest in its land. It made the land rich. Trade flourished, the people were happy. It even gave birth to the brave and revolutionary – the […]Read More
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You are ten years old. Standing at the edge of the diving board. Scared of jumping off. But enticed by the joy of that first splash of water, as you dive into the swimming pool. Our thoughts were similar to the ten-year-old’s, as we decided whether or not to take […]Read More
Isla del Sol will go down in history (of the travels of Sandeepa and Chetan, of course!) as the first time we got stranded. Stuck on an island in the middle of a lake. Without any phones or internet. Without any means to get to the mainland. We had chosen […]Read More
Drive through the middle of nowhere, for days? Ticked! Visit alien landscapes on earth? Ticked! Know what spine chilling cold literally means? Ticked! That in a nutshell was our tour of Salar de Uyuni, the salt flats of Uyuni, the biggest salt flats on earth. The reason most travelers venture […]Read More
“I loved him, and he loved me; the President of your country”, he said, vividly waving his hands, delighted at correctly guessing we were Indians. Before we could think of him as one crazy character of Buenos Aires, he quickly followed up with, “Gandhi loved everybody and I loved what […]Read More
Vintage markets for breakfast, puppet shows for snack, tango for lunch, open air band performance for your evening tea followed by a dance show for dinner. This is how we spent our weekend in Buenos Aires. La Boca, the colourful Buenos Aires neighbourhood La Boca is a neighbourhood in the […]Read More