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The Tango Festival took place August 14-31, 2009 in Buenos Aires. Couples from all over the globe attended and showed their talents on the dance floor. It was a grand display of color and movement …

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The passion of TangoMusicMusicMusicA dance for all agesJoin the crowd of couples

Argentina is widely known for its traditional cuisine and flavorful wines! Enjoy wine in the vineyards in Cayafate Valley and hike through the famous Humahuaca Gorge. The end of your trip includes an …

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Colorful grains and potatoesChili peppers fields! Spicy job!A field of chili peppersPerfect setting for a wine tastingBarrels in the wine cellarWine pairings on the tour

Following the guide through the various terrain we come upon amazing mountains and valleys with vibrant colors. The history of the area is intriguing as we discover the cultural legacy of the …

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I spent two weeks in the Argentinean Northwest: Salta and Jujuy!!

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Welcome to Cafayate!!Cafayate´s Vineyards! Enjoying at Cafayate Wine Resort!Route to Cachi...

Some Kallpa girls went to spend a day at San Antonio de Areco visiting 2 estancias: El Ombu and Cina Cina

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Exploring ArgentinaEstancia El Ombu in autumnLiving room at Estancia el Ombu, the fire was so nice! Restaurant at Estancia El OmbuRestaurante at Estancia El OmbuSwimming pool full of leaves, as is was autumn

An excursion in the snow, at El Calafate, Patagonia.

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Machu Picchu Clouds
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Jenny Johnston
Ancient ruins, ancient traditions, and ancient jungles are awaiting you in Peru.  Wander through charming markets, explore rainforests, observe unique wildlife, and walk the same trails as the …
Enjoying pisco sours made with 10,000 year old glacial ice during our Grey Glacier boat tour
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Jenny Johnston
A Mi Manera, a restaurant in Cusco, has given some great Peruvian recipes to Adventure Lifers during a cooking class we include in tours.  Since it is always fun to explore the local foods of a …
Sunrise on the cliffs
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Jenny Johnston
The last year comes to a close, and 2014 brings with it an opportunity to make the next year even better!  Many of us think of similar "resolutions" for each new year, but why not be …
Gold rush characters wave to neighboring cruisers
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Jenny Johnston
As part of the United States of America, we may take for granted the rich and distinct culture of Alaska.  Ancestors of the Alaska Natives are believed to have migrated into the area thousands …
Caipirinha tutorial with Pere
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Lynessa Nelson
This month at Adventure Life, we've had a special guest visiting our office.  Pere Marti came from our Brazilian office to the Montana office to perfect his English skills and impart all of …
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Sullivan Peraino
Robert likes his steak.  Visiting Argentina was like bringing a kid to a candy store, or rather a man to the meat capital of the planet.  After exploring Tierra del Fuego National Park, we …
Friendly Sloth
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Jenny Johnston
Your friends will be happy this holiday!   Apparently, we are not the only ones who are travel enthusiasts.  According to the UN World Tourism Organization, international travel was 5% …
Costa Rica adventures
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Jenny Johnston
As a self-proclaimed "foodie", I thought I would designate a post as a culinary tour of our trip.  Jordan and I REALLY enjoyed the "comida tipica", or common dishes, in Costa …
Beach time!
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Laura Cahill
On our drive from Los Cabos to Todos Santos, we stopped along the highway at one of the few swimmable beaches on the Pacific side of Southern Baja, Playa Los Cerritos. We found a quaint hotel and …
The group eager, but a little scared to learn more about this infamous spirit
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Laura Cahill
Our group met early in the evening in the One & Only Palmilla's herb garden - a quite peaceful locale on the property. The herbs used in the hotel's restaurants are grown here. The aromas …
Our horse-drawn carriage
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Sullivan Peraino
Suzy takes the reins as our horses Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon lead the way Another typical morning in Mendoza - out and off to a winery by 9AM! We drove 20 minutes to Lujan de Cuyo, where the …
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Elizabeth Conway
A taste of Peru travel: Delicious Alfajores! Alfajores, crispy cookie sandwiches, are enjoyed throughout Latin America. Many regions have their own local spin on these delicate sugar cookies …
The central acropolis of the Maya ruin site Tikal
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Elizabeth Conway
Explore the ancient city of Tikal during a Guatemala tour Hidden within Guatemala's El Peten jungle is Tikal, the largest ruined city of the Maya Classic Period. The site encompasses at least …
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Elizabeth Conway
If you've been on an Argentina tour or Uruguay trip chances are you've passed the mate. Yerba mate is a hot drink made from a blend of herbs, much like a tea. It contains caffeine, herbs and proteins …

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