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Waterfalls, Wine and Tango in Argentina

Down to sunny springtime in Argentina for two weeks - We'll visit Iguazu Falls, Salta and the northwest, and of course, Buenos Aires! Waterfalls, Malbec Wine, Andes Mountains, Horseback Rides, Handcrafts and Tango!

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Joan Burns
Sunday markets! Flight home that night.
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Joan Burns
More sites in Buenos Aires
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Joan Burns
While Steve attends the conference, Joan explores on her own -- buying leather?
Joans ready too
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Joan Burns
First full day to see the city
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Joan Burns
Check out the handcrafts in Cachi, evening flight to Buenos Aires
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Joan Burns
Hike the vineyard, ride a horse, cook a meal!
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Joan Burns
Hike the gorge, visit a winery and on to Estancia Colome
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Joan Burns
The environment and geography of Salta couldn't be more different than what we experienced in Iguazu Falls. We moved from humid, overgrown jungle to arid, mountain landscapes. Gustavo met us at …
Rapelling down the waterfall!
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Joan Burns
Since we weren't scheduled to leave Iguazu until noon, we walked into town and took a look at all the souvenir stores. The daily downpour drove us into a store for long enough that we bought a Yerba …
ready to rappel
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Joan Burns
Cesar collected us bright and early to get to Iguazu Falls for a day of exploration. First we rode a tram-train to hike out over water on a walkway to see the enormous Devil's Throat falls, which …
Ziplining over the Argentine rainforest!
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Joan Burns
Morning flight to Iguazu Falls. Met up with our guide, Cesar, and made it just in time to meet up with the other participants in the Iguazu Jungle Forest adventure. We traveled by open-air jeep in …
orchid in the tree
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Joan Burns
Touchdown, Buenos Aires! A rainy day, but hey, it's Spring! We already have a project -- replace Steve's sport jacket that he forgot at home with a new one, Argentina style. We headed off to the …
up the ladder
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Joan Burns
We're off! Joan's on American frequent flyer miles through Miami, and Steve's flying nonstop on United(!)as the government contract carrier. See you in Buenos Aires!

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