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Visa run from Buenos Aires to Uruguay

Visa runs are the equivalent of doing taxes for the chronic traveller, that pesky duty that every now and then needs to be done. After ninety days in Buenos Aires we did our first visa run to Colonia de Sarmiento, Uruguay, a town with stagnant charm and deafening peace.  The pictures posted earlier will give […]


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Photo dump: Colonia, more than an Argentinian visa run. Just.

Jokingly abused as an express port for visa renewals by long term BA lovers, Colonia deserves a little more respect. With a history from 1680, UNESCO had some faith and slapped a heritage listing on the oldest town in Uruguay. A dilapidated, riverside kind of heaven for architecture junkies.  Our vote: If you’re looking for […]


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How to keep your cool as a solo women on the road

South America often gets a stern wrap about safety, especially for single female travellers. And it’s fair enough to be cautious. I have just been refreshingly reminded that wandering around this continent can also be hassle free if you keep a few things in mind. Recent inspiration comes from a 50 plus Aussie lady who […]


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