We traveled to Ushuaia
A place we had never been before
All we knew was that it was at the tip of Argentina
And the place that we were to begin our Antarctica tour
Flying into this beautiful ... Full Journal »
My Photos : Jarm
Bogota is a high altitude city with a 500+ year history involving Spain and Europe. Of interest is the fact that the Colombian government is the most friendly to the USA of all South American countries. We saw evidence of progress in many facets of the country. The flag represent their history and culture: yellow for the gold mined, blue for the two oceans (Pacific and Atlantic) that flank the country, and red, for the blood of the Martyrs fighting for Independence. We were so blessed to be a part of the Dubberly\'s life and church while in Bogota. May God continue to bless their ministry as they serve Him!
Read my journal : Colombia Trip
My Photos : Kristen Kidder
Cory and I were so grateful to have had the opportunity to explore this beautiful part of the world. Our Patagonian Safari was a once-in-a-lifetime experience that we will treasure forever. Thank you Adventure Life!
Read my journal : Patagonian Paradise
My Photos : Terry Adams
2 nights Buenos Aires--1 day Tierra del Fuego National Park Ushuaia--4 days Mare Australis cruise through Magellan Straights and to Cape Horn--3 nights at Torres del Paine Eco Camp--2 nights at Estancia el Galpon, El Calafate--Ascent of Perito Moreno Glacier--Return home from El Calafate via Buenos Aires.
Read my journal : Patagonia November 2010 Terry and Nancy
My Photos : Sergey Semenchinskiy
Read my journal : Antarctica Voyage on Ocean Nova and Patagonia journey
My Photos : Majorie Gendler
First to Buenos Aires, then to Ushuaia at the bottom of the continent where we hiked and visited a penguin colony. Next to El Calafate where we stayed on a sheep ranch, visited a glacier in Glacier National Park, and went for a great horseback ride.
Read my journal : Awesome Argentina
My Photos : Janet Soto Mukai
It began as a whim or perhaps more a dream as 3 long time colleagues acknowledged the effects of aging on their bodies but not on their spirits or sense of adventure. WE MUST do an adventure while we are all able and willing, they declared. So despite anxiety regarding care for their three aging mothers during this adventure, the dreaming and research began...... First, the date. Between work and family obligations, professional conferences, classes, and the holidays, we finally agreed upon a vacation schedule--well, almost. Janet was able to leave earlier so the first few days of this adventure are her solo travel experience. So, next, the destination. Where is the weather good for outdoor adventure in December? None of us had been to Argentina and Pagatonia beckoned to us. Carol Jo had previously traveled with Adventure Life. The pieces were falling into place! Monika at Adventure Life arranged a wonderful trip, taking into consideration my solo travel on the Custom Buenos Aires and the Falls Tour, and meeting up with Kathy and Carol Jo on the Awesome Argentina 8-Day Tour. Finally, the travel day arrived! This is our most excellent adventure.
Read my journal : Awesome Argentina Tour
My Photos : Cynthia Gillett
An exhilarating and amazing trip of a lifetime to Ushuaia, El Calafate and Perito Moreno Glacier, Torres del Paines in Chile, and Iguazu Falls.
Read my journal : Argentina & Torres del Paine Custom Family Adventure
My Photos : Stephen Krupnick
Here is the ultimate South America adventure of a lifetime: a 12-day Antarctica Expedition cruise aboard the Professor Molchanov with a visit to the Ecocamp in Patagonia. To top it off - a visit to Buenos Aires and excursion to the beautiful Iguazu Falls. Are we missing anything?
Read my journal : Antarctica Expedition Cruise + Patagonia Tour