Puerto Iguazu and Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls was along with Angkor Wat and Taj Mahal one of the sights that we had decided on in advance to make sure that we ended up getting to see them. Iguazu Falls is the second largest waterfall in the world after Victoria Falls in Southern Africa, but due to a more dispersed location of the falls it is possible to get a more immersible experience of the gigantic waterfalls compared to the large curtain of water that is Victoria Falls. As the... Read More

Travelling in Style – Bus travel the way it should be

There is no denying it, Argentina rocks when it comes to bus transport. There is nobody even close to touching their spot on the throne of bus transportation. Why do you ask yourself? What do they have that the regular Norwegian bus company doesn’t? A whole damn lot if you ask me! Read on to see what your local bus company should be offering you on your next trip back home to ma and pa. Read More  Read More

5 things to do while in Buenos Aires

You might have noticed that I have developed a special fondness for Buenos Aires. This is no understatement as this city seriously rocks! Take a look at my top five things to do while in Buenos Aires below: 1.Visiting La Recoleta Cemetary La Recoleta cemetary is the famous cemetary in the exclusive area of Recoleta. It is a ghostly place with the graveyards being extremely ornamental and decorative compared to graveyards in Norway. Each grave is more... Read More

La Boca – Birthplace of the Tango

La Boca is one of the more famous tourist attractions that Buenos Aires has to offer. La Boca is a neighborhood, or barrio of the Argentine capital. The neighbourhood has its traditions deeply rooted in socialist traditions as this area was and still is populated mainly with factory workers. This is although not what has made La Boca famous. It’s tango, football and the colorful buildings that have captured the attention of tourists over the... Read More

Eating out in Buenos Aires

Eating out in Buenos Aires is a chapter for itself. Often referred to as the carnivore capital of the world Buenos Aires is not just a haven for meat lovers, but also a good way to sample food from all corners of Europe spiced up with an Argentinian twist. It’s no secret that most of the dining experiences Buenos Aires has to offer comes from the traditions and recipes that the immigrants brought with them. It is exactly this mix of traditional... Read More