--- Menu --- Blog Traveler Stories News Travel Tips Responsible Travel Our Office Our new Cotopaxi Group Service projects in Ecuador combine the best worlds of travel -- some excellent adventure, along with the opportunity to give back to the people and places that provide such … Author Cynthia Gillett Even though we were to depart this afternoon, Adventure Life recommended one more half day tour - this time leaving Iguazu National Park proper for a look at the city of Puerto Iguazu and a trip into … Author Nancy Golden After yesterday's excursions to some of the Falklands least-inhabited destinations (by people, anyway), today's visit to Stanley provided a sharp contrast. Stanley is a small city of colorful houses, … Author Sergey Semenchinskiy (From Natasha)
Two months have passed already since our journey. Our feelings became calm and we are able to look backwards and analyze our trip. We asked ourselves many questions.
We are … Author Cynthia Gillett After awaking to see our first view of the falls from the balcony - breathtaking and the premier reason to stay at the Sheraton - we had a lavish breakfast buffet after which we received a private … Author Nancy Golden Land ho, the Falkland Islands! Ten people to a zodiac, we departed the ship for our first excursion on West Point Island. Antarctica it was not. The green grass and sunny skies made us overdressed … Author Sergey Semenchinskiy Farewell Argentina! We left South America. Our way home was not as long as our trip to Argentina. It happened as it was scheduled, and we reach Moscow at 4pm on the 30th of December, only 20 hours … Author Cynthia Gillett Today we partook of the other included excursion which is a horseback ride across the pastures and down to the immense Lake Argentina shore for 1-2 hrs depending in your wishes. We loved it - great … Author Nancy Golden 'Variably queasy today' That's the main journal entry I have for our first full day aboard the Marina Svetaeva (recently renamed the Ortelius), a ship specifically designed for polar exploration with … Author Mary Keenan I was ready to get home, but sorry to leave the wonderful nation of Ecuador. It's fun reminiscing. So back to the airport, back to the U.S. boarding paranoia, and back to planes stuck in Miami. But … Author Sergey Semenchinskiy Today we had a lazy day. We slept very long and only went out of the hotel at noon. It was very hot and we managed to find the only nice place around, a botanical garden. We sat in pleasure for … Author Cynthia Gillett A comfortable bus picked us up (already full of people who had to be picked up much earlier than us because their lodgings were closer into town) and off we went to Argentina's Glacier National Park … Author Nancy Golden Today we would push off from dock and received some welcome news upon waking: Anne's luggage had made it to Buenos Aires and was likely to be on a morning flight to Ushuaia. This allowed us the … Author David Vincent A last wander on the beach and downtown to spend our last Belizean dollars. Some goodies for folks back home and a farewell Belikin beer at the Hangover Bar take care of that. Then on to the airport … Author Mary Keenan More hikes, then back to Quito. Ecuador is a 3rd world country but one on an optimistic climb. Notable from the last time I was here were an emphasis on ecuadorian-grown products (rather than … Author Sergey Semenchinskiy Farewell, Patagonia! Hello, Civilization! We met you again at Bariloche airport! How nice it was on road 40! We had no other choices - one bus, one road, one person, one hundred kilometers! And we … Author Cynthia Gillett A much shorter bus ride back to El Calafate on this sunny morning, arriving to be greeted by a taxi driver who drove us through El Calafate and another 15 minutes to El Galpon ranch where we were … Author Nancy Golden Arriving in Ushuaia without delay allows for a play day before cruising. Mary Ann and Lynn booked a day of adventure at the National Park, while Linda, Brian, Erin, and I planned for a hike up the … Author David Vincent Up early to start the day. This will be a great experience as we are going deep sea fishing outside the reef. Dorado, wahoo, sailfish, marlin, grouper and many other species either inhabit this area … Author Mary Keenan Adventure-Life squeezed the two of us into every trip we dreamed of. The last was a trip to Bella Vista hotel in bosque nublado, the cloud forest. A zillion more birds, of course, and to the … Author Sergey Semenchinskiy On our last full day in Bariloche we wanted a final look at the city from above and used the cable road, named the ''teleferico'', to go up to the top. So as not to lose our way, we memorized this … Author Cynthia Gillett Today's trek allowed for departure walking right from EcoCamp, past some horses frolicing in another lodge's front lawn, through a field of "mother-in-law" bushes (prickly!), with a stop by … Author Nancy Golden Unless you're extremely lucky (or an advance-planner....not my particular forte), the journey to Ushuaia involves not only changing planes in Buenos Aires, but often changing airports. Though I left …
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