Iguaçu Falls – The Brazilian Side

Crossing over to the Brazilian side was both easier and harder than we expected. We found a bus that was heading to Foz do Iguaçu which is the city closes to the Brazilian side of the Iguazu Falls. This was no problem at all and we booked our ticket and got on the bus. The thing was that when we started approaching the border the bus just drove straight through and continued into Brazil without stopping! We were as of then illegal immigrants! We... 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