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Saturday, March 28, 2015

Iguazu Falls, no maps, satellite or virtual reality can never replace the physicality of such a place.

The Iguazu Falls are waterfalls generated by the Iguazu River located on the border of the Brazilian state of Paraná and the Argentine province of Misiones.

The system consists of cascades of 300 waterfalls, with heights up to 70 meters, along 2.7 miles of the Iguazu River. La Garganta del Diablo ("Devil's Throat"), a U-shaped gorge 150 meters deep and 700 meters long, is the most impressive, and marks the border between Argentina and Brazil.

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Friday, March 6, 2015

Buenos Aires Bus a great way to see this beautiful city.

Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina and its largest city and port.

After the internal conflicts of the 19th century, Buenos Aires was federalised and removed from Buenos Aires Province in 1880; its city limits were enlarged to include the former towns of Belgrano and Flores; both are now

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Monday, March 2, 2015

The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in February 2005.

1.- Whales in Patagonia.

Whales in Patagonia.

The southern right whale is the great protagonist of Patagonian whale watching. The point is that in the winter and when the spring comes, a large number of whales approach the Valdés Peninsula region, mainly Golfo San José and Golfo Nuevo, in the Province of Chubut. carajo From early June to the beginning of November, hundreds of right whales come near the shore to mate and breed. Some

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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Whales in Patagonia.

The southern right whale is the great protagonist of Patagonian whale watching.
The point is that in the winter and when the spring comes, a large number of whales approach the Valdés Peninsula region, mainly Golfo San José and Golfo Nuevo, in the Province of Chubut.
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From early June to the beginning of November, hundreds of right whales come near the shore to mate and breed. Some of them arrive with their offspring from several points in the cold southern seas, as indicated by their name Eubalaena Australis, whose morphology is recognized at first sight by those who take part in the whale watching tours.

  Featuring a dark, grayish and blackish body, heavy and with no dorsal fin, the right whale has certain callosities on their heads that let viewers differentiate them from one another and in turn, they represent a distinctive icon of this kind of cetaceans.
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  Cities like Puerto Madryn, Puerto Pirámides and Trelew welcome massive visitors from all over the world eager to see the famous whales either from the shore or on board some of the boats that provide the whale watching service. The largest concentration of specimens in the area takes place in September and October.

Whale watching has been practiced in this area for almost 40 years. The first tours were organized in the 1970s, when some ships that sailed around the peninsula noticed that the whales approached them with curiosity and, as they sensed the presence of man, they performed jumps and even swam in circles around the watercrafts.

  Today, the situation is exactly the same, but the passing of time, the appearance and institutionalization of whale watching, the scientific contribution to make a correct interpretation of their behavior and habits and, especially, the constant presence of these goddesses in the ocean have turned the southern right whale into an Argentinian and Patagonian passion.
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  The invitation has been made. Tails, jumps, backs, water jets. Everything is ready for whale watching to begin. We invite you to take part in this matchless experience, in which passion always gains the upper hand.

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Monday, February 2, 2015

The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in January 2005.

1.- Cycling the Abra del Acay.

Cycling the Abra del Acay.

Weds 14 Nov: San Antonio de los Cobres – La Poma (c. 2830m) (92km, 1350m ascent). The big day. We set off early, retracing to Los Patos and turning right. The route follows a stream through a broad valley, with a few settlements off the road. At 18km is what looks to be a good campsite (presumably the one used by Stefan Roman). 7km later there is a sandy stretch with no habitation beyond.

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Saturday, January 3, 2015

The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in December 2014.

1.- Cycling the Abra del Acay.

Cycling the Abra del Acay.

Weds 14 Nov: San Antonio de los Cobres – La Poma (c. 2830m) (92km, 1350m ascent). The big day. We set off early, retracing to Los Patos and turning right. The route follows a stream through a broad valley, with a few settlements off the road. At 18km is what looks to be a good campsite (presumably the one used by Stefan Roman). 7km later there is a sandy stretch with no habitation beyond.

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Sunday, November 23, 2014

The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in October 2014.

1.- Cycling the Abra del Acay.

Cycling the Abra del Acay.

Weds 14 Nov: San Antonio de los Cobres – La Poma (c. 2830m) (92km, 1350m ascent). The big day. We set off early, retracing to Los Patos and turning right. The route follows a stream through a broad valley, with a few settlements off the road. At 18km is what looks to be a good campsite (presumably the one used by Stefan Roman). 7km later there is a sandy stretch with no habitation beyond.

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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Cycling the Abra del Acay.

Weds 14 Nov: San Antonio de los Cobres – La Poma (c. 2830m) (92km, 1350m ascent).

The big day. We set off early, retracing to Los Patos and turning right. The route follows a stream through a broad valley, with a few settlements off the road. At 18km is what looks to be a good campsite (presumably the one used by Stefan Roman).

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Friday, October 3, 2014

The 10 Most Popular Posts on Argentina Photo Gallery in Settembre 2014.

1.- Walking the Black River Valley: National Apple Festival.

Walking the Black River Valley: National Apple Festival.

To celebrate the harvest, General Roca offers the National Apple Festival. It takes place over four days and includes a significant deployment of shows, competitions and fair zonal products. The National Apple Festival emerged in the Black River Legislature through Act 360, enacted on October 9, 1964, which did not determine location of your seat. Later officials enacted a new decree on

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Monday, September 29, 2014

Walking the Black River Valley: National Apple Festival.

To celebrate the harvest, General Roca offers the National Apple Festival.

It takes place over four days and includes a significant deployment of shows, competitions and fair zonal products.

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